Taking Steps Toward Healthy Feet

By learning about the risks for foot problems and ways to take proper care of your feet, you raise your chances of keeping them for a lifetime…

Diabetic Leg Pain and Peripheral Arterial Disease

Cramping, pain, or legs that hurt when walking or climbing stairs – learn to read the signs and symptoms of diabetic leg pain that may point to peripheral arterial disease (PAD)…

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Coping With Painful Neuropathy

One of the most prevalent complications of diabetes is neuropathy, or damage to the nerves. There are many options to address the pain of this condition…

Living Well With Heart Failure

Although heart failure is a serious condition, with adequate care and appropriate lifestyle changes, a person who has it can live a full and enjoyable life…

Eating for Better Vision and Healthy Eyes

Researchers have been homing in on evidence that certain dietary habits may help stave off two common degenerative eye diseases…

Treating Gastroparesis

Although the term gastroparesis may be new to some, the symptoms can be all too familiar, as up to 50% of people with diabetes will develop gastroparesis…

Resolving Diabetes-Related Bladder Problems

By looking out for certain warning signs, you can catch diabetic bladder problems early and treat them before permanent injury is done…

Keeping Your Eyes Healthy

Much of the effort you put into your daily diabetes care is aimed at preventing the chronic or long-term complications that can occur with diabetes. Over time, less than optimally controlled blood glucose and blood pressure levels can cause damage to blood vessels, nerves, and organs in the body, including the eyes

Avoiding Eye Complications

When it comes to diabetes-related eye complications, the good news is that most cases of severe vision loss due to diabetes are preventable. The bad news is that tens of thousands of people still lose vision to diabetes each year, despite all that is…