Managing Diabetes

A diagnosis of diabetes usually comes with a list of recommended lifestyle changes. To make

Having diabetes affects your body’s ability to handle hot, humid weather, and steamy

For diabetics who eat well, exercise and have excellent blood sugar control, the incidence of

Doctors use regular assessments of their diabetic patients not only to monitor the progress of

Proper diabetes management is critical in preventing serious long-term complications. Unmanaged

It is difficult to imagine that a child can be diagnosed with juvenile diabetes. Even though

”Metabolic memory” (less commonly known as ”hyperglycemic memory” or “legacy effect”) refers to

The HbA1c blood test, more commonly known as the A1C, is both a very useful and a very cool

Nausea and vomiting, or morning sickness, affects about three-fourths of pregnant women in the U

If you recently started using an insulin pump, or have been on a pump but are just getting back

It would be interesting to know how many people with diabetes actually use blood glucose control

According to a pair of studies posted last week in Diabetologia, the time that you

If you have diabetes, you're more likely to develop blood clotting - a dangerous condition where

Both low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) can cause any of a list

Some of us might be thrilled if we could manage our blood sugar by sitting in a hot tub or sauna