Maintaining even blood sugar is key to lowering diabetes risk and preventing complications.
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When we think of cinnamon, we may think of apple pie and sticky buns, but cinnamon is more than an aromatic spice: it is also a strong medicinal herb used for thousands of years for a variety of ailments...
Doctors diagnosed Ronda Keys with type 2 diabetes when she was 19 years old and a student at the University of Maryland.
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Meal planning and blood sugar monitoring. Medicines and multiple injections. The day-in and day-out requirements of diabetes management can overwhelm those with this chronic disease.
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If your child suddenly develops a fever and grows weak, tired and nauseated, the youngster probably has the flu or some other virus. But the symptoms could also be warning signs of type 1 (juvenile)...
Carbohydrates are one of the three main parts of food; fats and proteins are the other two. All three components can affect your blood sugar level, but carbohydrates do so more quickly.
Regular exercise is essential for managing diabetes—even if you have nerve damage due to high blood sugar. Just follow these precautions when you work out.
Roughly 18.2 million Americans deal with the challenges of diabetes every day. A percentage also face a challenge called diabetic autonomic neuropathy and never know it until the complication becomes...
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What causes diabetes? Scientists aren't sure, but heredity, obesity, lack of exercise and other factors play a part.
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Type 2 diabetes is widespread but avoidable. Smart food choices will help your body stay healthy.