What you eat (and don’t eat) can have a dramatic impact on your diabetes. Here are the worst and best foods for you.
When working to address diabetes, ask yourself first: Do I have a solid game plan? Is it the right plan for my unique needs? Does it include things I like? Learn more about fighting this condition from a diabetes expert.
Gum disease – or gingivitis – has been called the fifth complication of diabetes behind heart, nerve, kidney and eye disease. Gingivitis is simply the inflammation of the gums around your teeth caused by plaque buildup.
There are things you can buy from resellers: clothes, books and spare computer parts. But diabetes test strips shouldn’t be among them. Here’s why.
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One in four people has pre-diabetes, or elevated blood glucose, that puts them at a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
You can prevent or delay the progression of kidney disease and dialysis by controlling your blood sugar and blood pressure.