Diabetes Flashpoints

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?

Diabetes Self-Management Blog
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…

Continue reading this entry

Web Team

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!

Continue reading this entry

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…

Continue reading this entry

Web Team

“Safe at School” Diabetes Workshops in Maryland

If you have a child with diabetes and live in the Maryland area, be sure to check out the upcoming “Safe at School” parent workshops organized by the American Diabetes Association…

Continue reading this entry

Web Team

Free Diabetes Screenings From Sam’s Club

Twenty-nine million people in the United States are currently living with diabetes, but more than eight million of them are undiagnosed. To help Americans take charge of their health, Sam’s Club will be offering free diabetes screenings to both members and the public this Saturday…

Continue reading this entry

Scott Coulter

We’re Getting There…Eventually

I’m glad we have the FDA. I’m glad we take our time testing things before rushing them to market. I’m glad medical advances are thoroughly vetted before being widely adopted and used in the general population. However, when it comes to research on “Type 1 diabetes cures,” it is enough to drive you mad!

Continue reading this entry

Diane Fennell

Antibiotics Linked to Lows in People Taking Certain Diabetes Drugs

 
David Spero

What Is Depression?

 
Web Team

College Diabetes Network

 
Amy Campbell

Brain Training: How You Can Learn to Like Healthy Foods

 
Web Team

Diabetes UnConference Scholarships Now Available

 
Diane Fennell

Low-Carb Diet Benefits Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Health, Studies Show

 

Disclaimer of Medical Advice: You understand that the blog posts and comments to such blog posts (whether posted by us, our agents or bloggers, or by users) do not constitute medical advice or recommendation of any kind, and you should not rely on any information contained in such posts or comments to replace consultations with your qualified health care professionals to meet your individual needs. The opinions and other information contained in the blog posts and comments do not reflect the opinions or positions of the Site Proprietor.

Recent Blog Comments

Antibiotics Linked to Lows in People Taking Certain Diabetes Drugs
margaret: I too have known that antibiotics...
Cynthia: Hi Diane, Ask your health care provider...
Ira Weiss: I took one of those antibiotics...

Kids Get Type 2, Too
Kathy: I agree with "tmana". I have a six year...

Metformin Smelling Fishy? What You Can Do.
Sandra: I have been taking Metformin for more...


Blood Glucose Self-Monitoring — Part 2: Technique

What Stress Is Doing to Your Brain

Diabetic Cooking: The Summer Issue

Complete table of contents
Get a FREE ISSUE
Subscription questions