Having diabetes doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the tempting food at summer parties and picnics. A dietitian offers some strategies to help you make nutritious food choices.
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Imagine taking a bite of a healthy fruit or veggie rather than a pill to help calm your nerves. Registered dietitian Amy Jamieson-Petonic prescribes some stress-busting foods.
At Cleveland Clinic an experimental process called ex vivo lung perfusion is reviving previously rejected lungs for use in transplants.
Breakfast may get all the attention, but lunch keeps you going well into the afternoon. Use these tips for a healthy midday meal.
Not much fat, not much sugar — but this pasta salad is packed with flavor and is a great side dish with grilled foods. A summertime treat ideal for people with diabetes and others who like to keep it light.
Enjoy this creamy and savory dip with fresh veggies instead of chips. Low in fat and sugar, it’s a great choice for those with diabetes or anyone who loves a healthy summertime snack.
For morbidly obese adults suffering from diabetes, bariatric surgery is a great treatment option. Now a new study finds even non-morbidly obese people with the disease may benefit from the surgery.
Parents worried about their kids who take meds for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can take comfort: A new study shows use of the meds has no role in substance abuse problems later in life.
If you’re a parent planning to hit the road with young kids, keep car safety in mind. Start with these car-seat tips.
Cleveland Clinic nephrologist Robert Heyka, MD, discusses common OTC medicines, antibiotics, and herbal supplements that can cause kidney damage, and he gives advice about screenings and risk factors.