Diabetes - Management

Susan Hayne

Susan was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes in her late 40's, but ironically, the diagnosis gave her the ability to enjoy and live life.

4 Ways to Cut the Cost of Diabetes Care

Diabetes medications and supplies are expensive, but these tips can help you save.

Health Hero Jeanie Seashore Doesn't Let Diabetes Slow Her Down

Jeanie Seashore was 38 years old when she learned she had diabetes. But this avid hiker took steps to manage the condition—and now she treks on to new adventures.

How to Make Any Meal Diabetes-Friendly

Four guidelines for improving any meal, plus some healthy updates on favorite foods.

How to Handle a Diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes

5 tips for the newly diagnosed.

4 New Trends in Diabetes Management

What's new in the ever-changing world of diabetes management--and how you can benefit.

6 Steps for Successful Diabetes Management

Good habits are key to successful diabetes management. Here are 6 tips to help you develop a healthy routine and stay on track.

Diabetes-Friendly Movie Snacks

You don t have to go treat-less while others indulge at the movies just follow these tips (and try these eight tasty options)!

Are Older Adults Being Over-treated For Diabetes?

Tight blood sugar control has long been a main focus of Type 2 Diabetes treatment, but for some patients, it may be doing more harm than good.

The Diabetes Reset: An Interview With Diabetes Expert George L. King, MD

A leading diabetes researcher outlines eight simple, specific lifestyle steps you can take to prevent, control or possibly even reverse type 2 diabetes.

Urinary Tract Problems in People with Diabetes

Diabetes patient? Keep an eye out for these infections and be aware of the possible complications.

Fenofibrate for Diabetes?

Can this cholesterol-lowering drug help fight diabetes?

The 6 Worst "Healthy" Foods for People With Diabetes

These common and so-called healthy foods can be a problem.

Learning from the Patients: An Interview with Diabetes Expert George L. King, MD

Tips and insights from the Joslin Diabetes Center.

Interval Training for Diabetes Patients

Is this form of exercise for you?

Tests for Diagnosing and Monitoring Diabetes

Diagnosing and managing diabetes involves lots of tests. Learn more about how your condition will be assessed.

Best Emergency Snacks for People With Diabetes

Halt blood sugar emergencies with these options.

Healthy Routines for Diabetes Patients: Tips for Day-to-Day Living

Keep on top of your diabetes with these healthy habits.

Tap Into These 7 Handy Diabetes Apps

Use these apps to help you stay on top of your diabetes.

Diabetes Survival Kit: 5 Essential Rules

Do you have a plan for dealing with your diabetes in an emergency? These five tips will help you weather any storm.

Strength Training for Diabetes Patients

Sure, working up a sweat with cardio is an important part of your diabetes management. But here s why you should pick up some weights, too.

Do You Have Diabetes and Depression?

People with diabetes are at a higher risk for depression. Here s how to tell if it s more than just a mood swing, and what you can do about it.

Breathe Deep for Diabetes? Introducing Inhalable Insulin

There s a new form of insulin available could it be an option for you?

Taking Charge of Diabetes at Work

Seven strategies to help you manage your blood sugar at the office.

Diabetes and the Mediterranean Diet

Why this popular diet may help prevent diabetes and help those who already have the disease control their symptoms.

Type 2 Diabetes: Getting Over the Guilt of Your Diagnosis

How to deal with a Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis, plus five lifestyle changes to slow or prevent the disease.

Diabetes and Gangrene: What You Need to Know

People who have diabetes are at much greater risk for gangrene. Learn the causes, symptoms, and prevention.

Taking Charge of Diabetes: How To Stay Motivated

Diabetes doesn't take a break. And when you're living with diabetes, neither can you. Learn about the mindset you need to stay motivated.

New Diabetes Breakthrough: Monitor Blood Sugar Without a Needle

A needle-free approach to monitoring blood glucose levels is currently undergoing research and will soon face clinical trials.

5 Ways to Prevent Blood Sugar Spikes

That rise in blood sugar after a meal? It's normal even in healthy individuals. But if you have diabetes, that rise can be dangerous. Here s how to manage post-prandial spikes and the dips that follow.
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