These articles cover a wide range of subjects, from the most basic aspects of diabetes care to the nitty-gritty specifics.
- Alternative Medicine/ Complementary Therapies
- Blood Glucose Monitoring
- Dental Health
- Diabetes Basics
- Diabetes Definitions
- Diabetic Complications
- Emotional Health
- Eyes & Vision
- Foot Care
- General Diabetes & Health Issues
- Heart Health
- High Blood Glucose
- Insulin & Other Injected Drugs
- Kids & Diabetes
- Low Blood Glucose
- Money Matters
- Nutrition & Meal Planning
- Oral Medicines
- Sexual Health
- Tools & Technology
- Weight Loss
- Women's Health
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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
INSULIN PATCH PUMPS: A New Tool for Type 2
FAST AND FRESH: Lunch Ideas
CARBOHYDRATE RESTRICTION: An Option for Diabetes Management
News & Notes
The latest news about online weight-loss help, heart risks associated with metformin, and the best way to treat pain from peripheral arterial disease.
Recipe Makeovers: Cottage Cheese Pancakes
Try this lower-carbohydrate version of a breakfast favorite.
What Your Doctor Is Reading
Your doctor may be reading about lifestyle recommendations for people with diabetes, the relative benefits of statins and physical fitness, the risk of cancer associated with oral diabetes drugs, and the effect of vitamin D on blood glucose control.
Diabetes Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Vitamins?
Learn what these micronutrients can and can’t do for you.
Supermarket Smarts: Vegetables
All vegetables are good, and some are better. Maximize your health by picking more nutritious vegetables more often.
Diabetes Basics: Medication Therapy: Getting Help and Support
Enlist your doctor, pharmacist, and family members in helping you understand and carry out your diabetes drug regimen.
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