Diabetes - Treatments

4 Ways to Cut the Cost of Diabetes Care

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

4 New Trends in Diabetes Management

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

Sex and Type 2 Diabetes

Why diabetes patients often suffer in the bedroom—and what can be done about it.

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.

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?

Has Your Type 2 Diabetes Been Misdiagnosed?

Could it Be LADA?

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.

The Stages of Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition. From prediabetes to diabetes with complications, here s what can happen at each stage of the disease.

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?

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.

Combat Diabetes-Related Fatigue

Chronic and persistent fatigue is a common complaint among those living with diabetes. Thankfully, you can feel more energetic and get more out of life by following these tips.

Juicing vs. Eating Raw: What's Better for Diabetes Management?

Some say juicing is an effective way of warding off chronic diseases. Others say eating whole foods is the better route to go. Who's right?

Cinnamon's Effect on Diabetes

Find out why cinnamon may play a positive role in the management of blood sugar levels.

Diabetes-Fighting Dogs: A New Breed of Help

There's a new aid for people with diabetes, and it comes on four legs.

Needle-Free Insulin Delivery: The Future of Diabetes Treatment?

An insulin delivery system that relies on nanoparticles may one day make needles obsolete.

Frequently Asked Questions About Diabetes

Is diabetes hereditary? What's the role of insulin? Get answers to these concerns and more.

5 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Diabetes Care

Are you your own worst enemy when it comes to managing your condition? Here's how to get off the wrong track and onto the right one.

Type A Personalities and Type 1 Diabetes: The Unexpected Benefits

These driven, "non-nonsense" individuals seem to fare better when dealing with diabetes. Read on for the reasons.

Thick Blood: What Are the Risks?

People with thicker (more viscous) blood have a higher chance of heart problems and even type 2 diabetes. Learn more about the connection.

5 Insulin-Injection Mistakes

Bruising is a telltale sign that you may be injecting into the wrong spot. Learn more about this and other common errors.

Pre-eclampsia and Diabetes: Know the Risks

This serious medical condition not only jeopardizes the health of a pregnant mom and her unborn baby; it can increase the mother s risk of another condition later in life.
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