Diabetes resources, Q&A, blog and more
Cheryl Alkon reviews Gary Scheiner's new book, Until There Is a Cure.
In this diabetes Q&A, Jill answers the question: Can individuals with diabetes become pilots?
In this diabetes Q&A, Heidi responds to a commonly asked question: can diabetics eat peanut butter?
Does taking insulin lead to weight gain? In this diabetes Q&A, our Certified Diabetes Educator, Jill, sheds some light on insulin and weight gain.
In this diabetes Q&A, Heidi answers one very important question: Can diabetics eat pizza? Find out how you can use healthier toppings to get the most out of your pizza cravings, how often you should be indulging, and more.
In this diabetes Q&A, Jill answers a question regarding acanthosis nigricans and sugar. Can eating too much sugar lead to developing the skin disorder, where discoloration appears often in the folds of skin?
In this diabetes Q&A, our registered dietitian, Heidi McIndoo tackles the question: "Can diabetics eat oatmeal." Find out what she has to say.
In this week's diabetes Q&A, our certified diabetes educator, Jill Weisenberg, investigates a commonly asked question: "When should I check my blood sugars after eating?" Find out what Jill has to say.
In this week's diabetes Q&A, our family practitioner Catherine, shares some tips for helping a loved one through a diabetes diagnosis.
It is a commonly asked question: "How many carbs am I allowed to eat per day?" From your activity level to your dietary needs, there are several elements that can impact the answer to the question, says our diabetes expert, Jill Weisenberger.
Popcorn. A favorite treat of millions of Americans, sold at movie theatres and ballparks across the country. But, what about those with diabetes? Can we eat diabetes? Yes, says diabetes expert Heidi McIndoo.
In this week's diabetes blog roundup, Scott shares posts from Bitter Sweet Diabetes, Stick With It Sugar, Richard's Rambling Review, and The Princess and the Pump.
In this week's diabetes blog roundup, Scott shares posts from This Is Caleb, Despite Diabetes, Cranky Pancreas, Princess of Pavement and more.
In this week's blog roundup, Scott shares posts from The Perfect D, Sweetly Voiced, Strangely Diabetic, and more.
In this week's diabetes blog update, Scott shares posts from D-Meanderings, HealthCentral, SurfaceFine, Six Until Me and more.
New diabetes technology continues to hit the market. Find out why you should pay attention to these 7 diabetes health tech startups in 2013.
Diabetes self-management includes undergoing routine tests and exams. Download our health maintenance schedule to keep track of your results for each of your tests, from the A1c to lipid panels.
Healthy living with diabetes is definitely a juggling act. Download this healthy living tips sheet as a reminder of the steps to take to stay ahead in your diabetes management.
State-based diabetes prevention and control programs are funded by the CDC and work to improve quality diabetes care, advocate for positive public policy changes and more.
The following is a list of government diabetes websites that include information about diabetes or are health-related in nature.
Nonprofit diabetes organizations work at the community level to increase diabetes awareness, raise money for a cure and impact their spheres of influence at a local level.
Often, living with diabetes can be isolating. That is why connecting with others living with diabetes is so important. From receiving encouragement to tips about the latest products, information shared through diabetes support groups can be invaluable. Learn about support groups, how to find them and about new online support groups including Diabetes Sisters and TuDiabetes.
Discussing your eating habits with an RD is a simple process, yet could potentially lead to both improved diabetes control and greater variety in and enjoyment from your eating.
Living with diabetes can be difficult and confusing. From managing your medications to eating the right diet, testing your sugars to getting enough physical activity, the day-to-day life can be frustrating. Learn how a Certified Diabetes Educator can provide the support you need to get you back on track.
Getting all the information we need to deal with diabetes is not always an easy task. Our physicians or endocrinologists may not have enough time to answer all of our questions. So, where to turn? How about the Diabetes Teaching Center at the University of California San Francisco. Keep reading to learn more about the DTC and their educational classes, including online courses.
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