Men and Low Testosterone

This article examines the factors that may lead to low testosterone, and outlines some steps you might be able to take to help reverse this process…

Ten Ways to Observe National Diabetes Month

November is National Diabetes Month, and it’s a good a time to take a look at your diabetes management and evaluate how things are going…

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Thyroid Disorders and Diabetes

It is common for an individual to be affected by both thyroid disease and diabetes. Learn more from endocrinologist Patricia Wu, MD…

Memory Fitness

Are you frustrated by forgetfulness? If so, you are not alone. People of all ages complain about the memory lapses that get in their way…

Diabetes and Bone Health

Learn about steps people with a higher risk of bone loss, including those with diabetes, can and should take steps to strengthen and protect their bones…

Diabulimia

Women with Type 1 diabetes are 2.4 times more likely to develop an eating disorder such as diabulimia than their peers without diabetes…

Eating Disorders and Type 1 Diabetes

The Diabetes UK Professional Conference presented many of diabetes advances and developments. Here, we look at eating disorders and Type 1 diabetes…

Setting Goals for Healthy Living

Healthy living is important when you have diabetes. Take it one step at a time, and you’ll be amazed by what you can accomplish…

The Hepatitis/Diabetes Connection

Hepatitis can cause or worsen diabetes, and diabetes can cause or worsen the severity of inflammation and scarring in the liver…

Drugs to Prevent and Treat the Flu

If you haven’t already gotten your flu shot this year, make getting one now a priority. It’s not too late, and it can help you stay healthy…