- Dear Diabetes: Diabetes and Oral HealthAn RN discusses gum disease and living with diabetes
- The Bacteria BasicsAn RD discusses prebiotics, probiotics & diabetes
- Dear Diabetes: It’s ComplicatedJuggling the many factors that affect daily highs and lows
- Dear Diabetes: Sugar-FreeWhat does sugar-free mean?
- A Diabetes Reading ListKerri Sparling shares some bookshelf suggestions
Food & Nutrition02/27/15 Pump It Up RecipesA healthful twist on some favorite dishes Via Diabetes Forecast Relationships02/23/15I Love Someone with DiabetesSara White on her life as a nursing assistant who lives with diabetes Via DiabetesStopsHereFood & Nutrition02/27/1550 Shades of Nutrition D-author Catherine Price compares diabetes to the history of nutrition Via A Sweet Life Lifestyle02/12/15Changes at TuDiabetes Via Scott's DiabetesDiabetes Basics02/18/15Diabetes Supply Cases Worth Carrying Via A Sweet Life People & Celebrities02/10/15Cameron's StoryCameron Nichols fulfills his dream of becoming a firefighter Via DiabetesStopsHereFood & Nutrition02/27/15Low-Carb Flour AlternativesCarolyn Ketchum shares low-carb ingredients for baking Via A Sweet Life Health & Fitness02/17/15Hypoglycemia: Many Uncertain of How to ManageA diabetes educator discusses the results of a new survey about hypoglycemia Via
Did You Know?
- The Tour de Cure is a series of bicycling fundraising events held in 44 states that benefits the American Diabetes Association.– via American Diabetes Association
- Strength training might be a beneficial exercise for people with Type 2 diabetes. You should speak with your healthcare provider to see if it could benefit you.– via WebMD
- French artist Paul Cézanne, famous for his still life paintings, had diabetes.– via D Life
- Diabetes is one of the first diseases ever described; a mention of it was found on an Egyptian manuscript from c. 1500 BC.– via The Ebers Papyrus, Original research
- To help avoid airport security delays, travel with a letter from your doctor that outlines the details of the medications and devices you need.– via University of Alabama Birmingham Comprehensive Diabetes Center