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Added Sugars, Added Confusion
According to a survey, some shoppers find nutrition labels listing "added sugars" confusing. How important are added sugars, and are label designs clear enough?

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Share What It’s Like to Live With Diabetes: Walk With D

Have you ever felt like other people don’t truly get what it’s like to live with diabetes? The new “Walk With D” campaign is a chance for you to raise understanding of how it feels to have the condition…

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Diane Fennell

Statins May Reduce Risk of Nerve Damage, Other Diabetes Complications

New research from Denmark has raised the possibility that taking the cholesterol-lowering medicines known as statins may reduce the risk of microvascular diabetes complications, or those involving the small blood vessels…

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Scott Coulter

What Is Hope?

As some regular readers of this blog might know, I have a policy when it comes to diabetes research. But lately, I’ve been breaking this policy, reading more and more about the state of research and where it’s likely heading…

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David Spero

Sleep for Diabetes

According to recent research, sleep is as important for health as diet and exercise. Lack of sleep raises blood sugars and insulin resistance. With enough sleep, our bodies can heal and repair. Without sleep, they get sicker…

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Test Your Nutrition Knowledge With Our Interactive Quiz!

What exactly are so-called “functional foods,” and what diabetes and general health benefits can they provide? Try your hand at our brand-new, interactive quiz to see how much you know about functional foods, then download your FREE guide for more information!

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Amy Campbell

Kids Get Type 2, Too

If you think of children and diabetes, what comes to mind? Probably children who have Type 1 diabetes. And while children are more likely to get Type 1 diabetes than Type 2 diabetes, the prevalence of Type 2 in kids is steadily increasing…

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“Safe at School” Diabetes Workshops in Maryland

 
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Free Diabetes Screenings From Sam’s Club

 
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We’re Getting There…Eventually

 
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Antibiotics Linked to Lows in People Taking Certain Diabetes Drugs

 
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What Is Depression?

 
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