If you’ve just been told by your physician that you have pre-diabetes, it can be a confusing and overwhelming time. This WebMD article is a great place to start with seven things that you should do if you’ve been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. First of all, having pre-diabetes means that your blood glucose levels are elevated […]

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There can be a perception among healthcare professionals and people who study diabetes that having type 1 diabetes is more stressful and anxiety-producing than having type 2 diabetes. New research out of Australia suggests that among young people, this just isn’t true. Young people with type 2 diabetes showed the same levels of anxiety and […]

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New recommendations from a government-sponsored panel of experts suggests that ALL people over the age of 45 should be screened for diabetes. This is a change from the current guidelines for diabetes screening, and the panel has made this adjustment recognizing that new evidence suggests that recognizing blood glucose abnormalities BEFORE they become full-blown diabetes […]

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Today’s article features four gadgets that will make your life with diabetes more healthy AND delicious. These gadgets range in price from $8 to $35 (and all of them can be purchased on Amazon.com) and A Sweet Life has some really great suggestions on how they can be used creatively to spice up your diet […]

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The blood glucose meter is the MOST important tool for people with diabetes can use to successfully manage their disease. Blood glucose readings give a person with diabetes information about the impact of what they’re eating on their blood sugar, helps them stay safe while exercising, and enables safe and accurate insulin dosing. One of […]

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New research continues to support the benefits of high-intensity workouts. We’ve written before about the blood sugar control benefits of short bursts of fast walking and other studies suggest that high intensity exercise can lower blood pressure as well. Now, new research shows that high-intensity exercise is safe, even for patients who’ve had heart transplant […]

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Today’s article underscores one of the most important components of good diabetes management– testing blood sugar. One of the reasons that many people avoid testing is because it’s painful, and that’s something that a few small tweaks to the way you test can help with. As this article makes clear, testing your blood sugar is […]

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Our exploration into Vitamin D continues today with another article about this critical vitamin– this one from US News & World Report. Studies show that people who had the lowest levels of Vitamin D were more than twice as likely to die from heart disease and other causes than those who had the highest Vitamin […]

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Are you one of the many Americans who aren’t getting enough Vitamin D? Experts estimate that somewhere between 40% and 75% of Americans have a Vitamin D deficiency– and that has a range of consequences to our health. Vitamin D has been linked to a reduced risk of diabetes– as well as a reduced risk […]

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Most people with diabetes know that controlling blood sugar is the key to good diabetes management. That’s why this article from Diabetic Living Online that has tips on how to lower and control your blood sugar is so valuable. With 11 simple tips that try (and succeed, for the most part) to simplify controlling blood […]

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