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Most diabetes food plans sound healthy. Eat vegetables, fruits, unsaturated fats, whole grains, nuts, fish, things like that. But is that advice realistic? Many people can’t afford, can’t find, or don’t like most of these foods. Then what?
Has this happened to you? You go to refill a generic prescription, and the price has jumped by 100%, or even 1000%. Huge price swings in generics are happening more often, and nobody is sure why…
A new, free tool from NeedyMeds, “a national no-profit organization aimed at providing information to consumers on programs that help with the cost of medications and health care,” may help lessen some of the financial burden…
If you are a high school senior with Type 1 diabetes who is looking to attend an accredited four-year university, college, or technical or trade school this fall, then you may be interested in applying for one of the college scholarships being offered by the Diabetes Scholars Foundation…
Back in October, I posted a piece called “Getting Started With Type 2 Diabetes.” I thought it might be helpful to expand upon that piece a bit…
The Diabetes Hands Foundation is gearing up for its next annual Big Blue Test, and as part of that preparation, it is seeking application for the grants that will be funded by the initiative…
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