Today, one of our readers emailed me to share her story of her cat. He had been diabetic for 4 years, but recently lost a battle against cancer, completely unrelated to his diabetes. The owner said that she learned that despite the fact that during his 4 years with diabetes, sometimes things "acted up" (the occasional ups and downs of diabetes) - it didn't mean it was over. I thought to myself that this is a really good take home message for families that are new to pet diabetes.
There seems to be endless food temptations during the holiday season when you have diabetes. Learn how to make a few healthy dishes that are sure to please you and everyone else at the party. Consider these 4 delicious holiday season recipes, from appetizer to dessert for your upcoming gatherings and events.
During the chilly winter weather, there are several reasons why your skin can become dry and itchy. From lowered humidity outdoors to heaters in the home, the air becomes dry and so can your skin. People with diabetes need to maintain proper skin care during the winter to avoid cracking, bleeding and other possible complications.
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People with diabetes may experience bladder problems and have a risk of sexual or urologic problems. Certain lifestyle changes can help to keep your bladder healthy with diabetes. Find out simple ways to help ensure your bladder keeps doing its job without any problems.