Articles About Diabetes

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    SEP 17, 2019

    Manage your sugar cravings in 3 steps

    Some days it feels like sugary temptations are everywhere — a co-worker brings donuts into the office, you’re offered a slice of birthday cake, or your lunch comes with a free soda. But too much sugar can take a toll on your body. It can increase your risk of weight gain, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.1 ... Read More >

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    FEB 07, 2019

    Simple strategies to live well with diabetes

    More than 30 million Americans have diabetes — about 1 in 10 — and most have type 2 diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you have type 2 diabetes, there’s too much sugar in your blood, which can cause serious problems for your feet, eyes, kidneys, nerves, and heart. ... Read More >

    TOPICSblood sugarDiabetesEat HealthyNorthern CaliforniapreventionSouthern California

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    NOV 01, 2018

    4 doctor-approved steps to help manage type 2 diabetes in Northern California

    Managing type 2 diabetes can be overwhelming sometimes. From testing your blood sugar to keeping track of your medications and what you eat, it can feel like a struggle to keep it all under control. ... Read More >

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    OCT 23, 2018

    4 ways you can manage diabetes in Georgia

    Diabetes is growing at an epidemic rate in Georgia —  almost 14% of adults have diabetes.* And about 1 in 3 people have prediabetes with blood glucose levels higher than normal. Diabetes in Georgia — as with the nation — is also more common in rural and suburban areas, and among African-Americans. ... Read More >

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    OCT 23, 2018

    4 tips to managing your diabetes in the Northwest

    November is National Diabetes Month, so there’s no better time to take charge of your health and get empowered. ... Read More >

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    OCT 23, 2018

    4 tips to managing your diabetes in Colorado

    Diabetes affects more than 30 million people in the United States — with more than 400,000 people in Colorado alone.* Even though diabetes is a lifelong condition, you can live a healthy life by taking action. Whether you’re newly diagnosed, have been living with it for some time, or simply want to prevent it, there are steps you can take every day. ... Read More >

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    JUN 08, 2017

    Diabetes Wellness Day returns to the Mid-Atlantic States

    Diabetes continues to be a widespread health problem in America, even though newly reported cases are starting to slow down. The number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the United States now stands at over 29 million.1 ... Read More >

    TOPICSDiabetesDiabetes Wellness DayMid-Atlantic StatesWhole Health and Wellness Series

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    MAY 15, 2017

    Connect with a wellness coach for better health

    If you’re looking to make a healthy change, you don’t need to hire a personal trainer or sit through hours of classes. You can find the key to improving your health right in your phone. ... Read More >

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    OCT 26, 2016

    Eating out when you have diabetes

    With planning and thoughtful choices, you can follow your meal plan for diabetes when you eat away from home, such as at a party or a restaurant. Here are some tips:   Plan ahead ... Read More >

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    OCT 16, 2015

    Living healthier with diabetes

    While there are certain risk factors you can’t change, like your family history, knowing your risks for diabetes lets you decide what’s best for your health. ... Read More >

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