Managing Diabetes

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

”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

Some blood tests require people to fast and maybe stop medications for several hours before the

Many diabetics may not realize the hazards that the hot summer weather can have. Hot weather can

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

If your blood glucose meter were put through a rigorous, scientific trial for accuracy, do you

All the pricking and poking that comes along with blood sugar testing can make it a

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

When people get sick, their bodies are stressed and

Prolonged sitting, or inactive muscle use, has been associated with an elevated risk of chronic

Diabetic shoes are important as a common side effect of diabetes is "peripheral neuropathy,"

It's normal to feel tired throughout the day every now and then, but if you are not managing

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

Individuals with type 1 or type 2 diabetes experience low blood sugar while sleeping more often