According to Dr. Michael Goldberg, a diabetes aware dental specialist, “Gum disease can be made worse by diabetes and diabetes can make gum disease worse”. Inflammation of the gums will cause diabetes to spiral out of control, and out of control blood sugars will elevate the chance of severe periodontal […]
People with diabetes are up to fifteen times more likely to get carpal tunnel syndrome. This condition is a type of neuropathy that affects the forearm, wrist and hand. Discover why people with diabetes are more prone to getting carpal tunnel syndrome.
During the winter months, fresh produce may be rather scarce. Fortunately, there is still plenty of produce available in the winter months to feed our need for vegetables and fruit.
The challenges associated with diabetes self-management can make a person feel different and alone. Support groups can be helpful and motivating for people with diabetes. Discover what diabetes support groups are good for and why it can be beneficial to share your experiences.
Eating seasonal foods can be healthy, tasty and often less expensive. Usually people associate seasonal foods with the spring and summer. But, there are plenty of fresh winter seasonal meal ingredients to include in daily dishes when you have diabetes.