Aging Well With Diabetes

Aging comes with challenges, but the better you feel, the easier it is to deal with those challenges and to see and embrace new opportunities…

Welcome to Diabetes

So you’ve just been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes? You’re probably freaking out, or in total shock, or both. Well, rest assured that you’re not alone…

New ADA Guidelines: How Much Do You Know?

In 2015, the ADA issued its Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes. What’s changed and what’s stayed the same? Find out in this quiz…

Planning for a Successful Doctor’s Visit

Here are some tips for how to get what you need from your doctor’s visits for diabetes care…

Getting Educated and Staying Educated: Staying On Top of Your Diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires the person who has it to provide most of his own care. But while it can be challenging, there is help. Diabetes education and training is available…

Diabetes Management: It Takes a Team

Working with a team of diabetes care professionals has been shown to improve successful management of diabetes…

Type 2 Diabetes and a Healthy Family Lifestyle

When you live with Type 2 diabetes, you quickly realize that your immediate family lives with it, too. Family support is essential…

Family Awareness

With careful monitoring, a person with diabetes can maintain good health and live a full and productive life…

Questions For Your Doctor

You’ve just been diagnosed with diabetes and you want to take proper care of yourself. After all, you know that if you control your blood glucose levels, you’ll feel better and lessen your chances of developing complications. But there are two problems…

Symptoms of Depression

If you experience five or more of these symptoms every day for at least two weeks and they are interfering with routine daily activities such as work, self-care, child care, or your social life, you should seek an evaluation for depression.