If you’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes you may worry that you’ll need shots, but insulin is not the first step in treatment. Find out how you can help avoid (or at least delay) the need for medication.
Insulin pumps can help stabilize blood sugar and reduce injections. But they aren’t perfect. Learn more about the pros and cons of using an insulin pump.
If you have diabetes and you’re not feeling up to eating much, you may need to adjust the way you monitor your illness. Here’s how.
Whether you’re sick with the flu or just getting older, there are times when you don’t feel like eating much. Get five tips for managing diabetes when your appetite is low.
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Lifestyle changes can pull you out of the metabolic chaos of polycystic ovary syndrome, and lower your risk for conditions like diabetes and heart disease.
Not long ago, people with diabetes could be denied certain jobs or lose their job simply because they had diabetes or used insulin. Learn how you’re now protected by the law.
There’s good news for patients who would like an easier way to get their insulin. A new rapid inhaled insulin has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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.
If you have diabetes, a pancreas transplant could give you freedom from insulin and intensive glucose monitoring.
You can prevent or delay the progression of kidney disease and dialysis by controlling your blood sugar and blood pressure.