Overeating, drinking too much and stressing out is easy at the holidays. But it’s hard when you’re trying to manage your diabetes. These tips will help you keep your blood sugar stable during all the festivities.
Developing type 2 diabetes as an adult is not only about eating habits. Several lifestyle factors — including stress — can put you at a greater risk of developing the disease.
You can make small changes in your life that make you feel like a million bucks. Even if you feel somewhat limited, whether by arthritis pain, circulation issues, or breathing problems, you can overcome many obstacles with a few simple adjustments. Find out how.
In a Cleveland Clinic — Parade magazine survey, diabetes touched the lives of 53 percent of Americans. While they recognized that diabetes is serious, what they don’t understand about its symptoms, risk factors or impact may surprise you.
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A slew of supplements on the market claim to help reduce blood sugar levels and heart attack risk for people with diabetes. But can cinnamon help improve your numbers?
Sugar alcohol is increasingly popular in “diabetes-friendly” foods in the grocery store, but what is it — and is it good for you? Here’s what you need to know.
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Morning glucose spikes are normal, but they can be dangerous if you have diabetes. Find out the best way to manage this “dawn phenomenon.”
We think we’re invulnerable when we’re young, but when we reach our late 30s, health concerns start cropping up. Major health concerns vary by age. Find out what steps you can take to prevent them.