Our expert explains how you need to take care of your diabetes differently in the summer.
With so many Americans at risk for diabetes, it’s critical to understand the countless ways it can affect the body. Much like brushing your teeth to avoid cavities, keeping your blood sugar levels in a safe range can help you avoid potentially devastating diabetic complications. Here’s what you should know:
You don’t have to let diabetes prevent you from enjoying summer picnics and celebrations. Get tips from our dietitians.
You’ve been diagnosed with diabetes. Don’t worry — you’re not alone. More than 1.5 million adults over 20 are diagnosed with diabetes each year in the United States. That doesn’t make the news any more pleasant to hear. Despite the millions of other people who live with diabetes, this new urgency to monitor and control … Read More
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Here are 6 things you should know about diabetes in children.