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Seven Key Behaviors for Managing Diabetes

Seven Key Behaviors for Managing Diabetes

Diabetes is a complex, serious disease and managing it every day can feel overwhelming and challenging. The key to managing Diabetes is achieving blood sugar control through daily self-management behaviors. Diabetes educators have developed seven key behaviors to...
Diabetes of the Brain

Diabetes of the Brain

Everyone has heard of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, BUT, have you heard of Type 3 Diabetes? Research by Suzanne de la Monte, MD and Jack R. Wands, MD., shows that this new form of Diabetes is causing Alzheimer’s Disease like pathological changes in the brain leading to...
American Diabetes Association Diabetes Alert Day March 27, 2018

American Diabetes Association Diabetes Alert Day March 27, 2018

The American Diabetes Association sets aside the last Tuesday of March every year to sound the alarm on Diabetes. Diabetes Alert Day aims to educate the public about the prevalence and serious complications of Diabetes; the importance of risk screening; testing and...

Using Your “Why” to Manage Diabetes During the Holidays

Let’s be honest, living with Diabetes is hard enough but now add in the holidays and all that goes along with it, you might be thinking, how am I going to stay on track with my Diabetes plan and still enjoy the season’s festivities. Some of you may even be considering...
Are You 1 of 86 Million American Adults with Prediabetes?

Are You 1 of 86 Million American Adults with Prediabetes?

Let’s face it. There are millions of reasons why we don’t take time to make healthy lifestyle choices. Kids, jobs, cat videos on the Internet – we’re all busy. Whatever the reason, there’s no excuse for not taking care of yourself. While many people know that type 2...