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There are many misconceptions and stereotypes hovering around the subject of diabetes. This November, celebrate Diabetes Awareness Month by taking some time to educate yourself about the disease and test your knowledge of some basic diabetes facts.
Diabetes symptoms are often subtle. Here's what to look for — and when to consult your doctor.
According to the National Diabetes Education Program, there are four steps patients should take to better manage their diabetes.
Exercise is an important part of any diabetes treatment plan. To avoid potential problems, check your blood sugar before, during and after exercise.
There are distinct differences between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Find out how the two types differ here.
Once you're diagnosed with diabetes you may need to see different doctors to make sure you're getting all of the help and information you need.
Dealing with type 1 diabetes on a daily basis and take an emotional toll on children. Get tips on how to help your child cope.
Changing your lifestyle could be a big step toward diabetes prevention — and it's never too late to start. Consider these tips.
Living with type 1 diabetes isn't easy. Diabetes management requires a lot of time and effort, especially in the beginning.
Blood sugar testing is an important part of diabetes care. Find out when to test your blood sugar level, how to use a testing meter, and more.
Are sweet fruits too sugary for diabetics? Find out here.
Find out who is at higher risk of developing Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
It's important for diabetics to eat a healthy diet to help control their diabetes.
Traveling with diabetes is comfortable and safe as long as you plan carefully.
The connection between depression and diabetes and how to cope.
Many foods that you think have health benefits may hold hidden dangers for your diet.
If you want to get healthier, it can seem like a big project. But small steps can start you down the path.
More and more people in the U.S. are getting diagnosed with diabetes. Find out what exactly this disease is by clicking here.
The good news is you know how to improve your health. The bad news is you haven't done anything about it ... until now. Read on for five simple way to boost your health.
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