Diabetes - Management

Diabetes and Insomnia

If you're counting sheep instead of catching zzz's, you need a bedtime makeover. Take control of your insomnia and diabetes at the same time.

The Link between What You Eat and Your Blood Sugar

Learning about the glycemic index can help with your meal planning.

The Best Lunches for Diabetics

Smart and delicious options that will fill you up and keep your blood sugar down.

Which foods are safe to eat for people with pre-diabetes?

Exercise Physiologist Dr. Sheri Colberg answers a reader's question on which foods are safest for those with pre-diabetes.

The Importance of Dental Care for Diabetics

Taking care of your pearly whites is crucial when you have diabetes.

Smart and Creative Desserts for Diabetics

If you have diabetes, these terrific treats will satisfy your sweet tooth.

Smart Snacking for Diabetics

If you have diabetes, it's important to plan between-meals with care.

Life after a Kidney Transplant

There are rocky patches, but recipients often can look forward to having more energy and a less constrained lifestyle.

Diabetic Diets: Why They're Often Ignored

Following a nutritious meal plan isn t easy after years of dietary indiscretions.

Diabetes and Cigarettes: A Troublesome Twosome

If you don t want to watch your health go up in smoke, resolve to quit today.

The Effect of a Diabetes Diagnosis on the Family

A diagnosis of diabetes is tough on the whole family. Here, effective strategies for learning to cope.

Juvenile Diabetes and Sports

Advice from the medical experts: Ready, set, play!

How Where You Live Affects Your Diabetes Risk

Your home state impacts how likely you are to develop diabetes, research shows.

The Truth about 1.5 Diabetes

If it s not type 1 and it s not type 2, then what is it? Find out about this misunderstood and often misdiagnosed form of diabetes.

Share Your Story. Become a Health Hero.

Have you or a loved one survived a life-threatening disease? Are you currently struggling with depression, chronic pain, heart disease, or other health-related condition? Have you gone to extraordinary lengths to help someone in a health crisis? If so, we want to hear from you!

Holiday Food Substitutions for Diabetics

Kick off the season of celebration with festive fare that s delicious and healthy.

Simple Lifestyle Changes for Pre-Diabetics

Rethinking your diet and exercise regimen can restore your blood sugar to normal.

Eye Complications for Diabetics

Here, we eye one of the most common, and treatable, complications of diabetes.

The Importance of Breakfast for Diabetics

Start the day off right with a nutritious eye-opener.

Butter vs Margarine: Which Is Best for Diabetics?

If you have diabetes, there may be a healthier choice. But be sure to read the label before making a selection.

Exercise for Pre-Diabetes

Exercise not only staves off full-blown diabetes, but it can also lower blood sugar levels in those who already have it.

Diabulimia: A Concern for Diabetics

The health consequences of misusing insulin to lose weight can be serious.

Tips for Taking Insulin Anywhere

Storing and carrying insulin is easy if you take temperature into account.

Healthy Thanksgiving Tips for Diabetics

Here, top tips for preparing a terrific turkey with all the trimmings for those with diabetes and everyone else.

Healthy Fats for Diabetics

Don t ignore safflower, olive, and fish oils if you have diabetes.

Expert Q&A: 3 Common Diabetes Questions

Exercise Physiologist Dr. Sheri Colberg answers readers' questions on the most common concerns of diabetics.

Vitamin C May Prevent Diabetes Damage

Vitamin C may one day be used to treat diabetes-related health issues.

Cinnamon for Diabetes

Sprinkling a bit of this spice may do well for your diabetes.

Expert Q&A: Which Foods Are Safest for People With Pre-Diabetes?

Exercise Physiologist Dr. Sheri Colberg answers a reader's question on which foods are safest for those with pre-diabetes.

Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes: What's Next?

When you first receive a type 1 diabetes diagnosis there are several steps you should take right away to properly manage your disease and enjoy better long-term health.