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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Each issue of Diabetes Self-Management is chock-full of diabetes self-care tips, delicious and diabetes-friendly recipes, reports on the latest medical breakthroughs, and much more. From medicines to meters, from preparing meals to preventing complications, we cover it all. But you don't have to take our word for it—you can order a free trial issue and see for yourself. Just click here.
COOKING 101: Easy Lunches
INSULIN RESISTANCE: What It Is and Why It Matters
UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES: When Good Management Efforts Go Wrong
Physical activity is good for diabetes control and health in general, so why not encourage your whole family to get active together?
How Much Do You Know About Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
News & Notes
Learn about the latest research on getting kids to eat their fruits and vegetables, as well as the latest on the association between Actos and bladder cancer.
Recipe Makeovers: “Homemade Granola Bars”
These tasty granola bars are low in fat and make a great hiking snack.
What Your Doctor Is Reading
Your doctor may be reading about heart risks associated with some diabetes drugs, the risk of bladder cancer from Actos, and a study that compares the two main approaches to restoring blood flow to the heart muscle when the blood vessels are blocked.
Readers ask and experts answer questions about taste distortion, memory problems associated with diabetes, the safety of cinnamon, and anemia.
Staying Active as a Family
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