Diabetes symptoms are not always obvious – and the condition could already be doing damage to your nerves, kidneys and retinas. Here are six subtle symptoms to watch for.
Blood glucose levels that are even slightly high (prediabetes) can increase your risk of heart attack and stroke. Get tips for reducing those risks and protecting your heart.
When glucose builds up in your blood, it damages blood vessels and nerves. Discover what your fasting glucose level says about your risk for heart disease and stroke. Then find out how to lower your risk as we “decode” fasting glucose.
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.
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