Summer Trip

Getting Ready for Your Summer Trip with Diabetes

Summer is almost here and the living is easy during a warm-weather getaway. Make it even easier by being well-prepared to take a trip with diabetes. Discover a few simple preparations that can go a long way when it comes to comfort and optimum health when you have diabetes and […]


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Diabetes

Up to 5 million women have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Of these women, more than 50 percent of them will have diabetes or pre-diabetes by the age of 40. Discover more about polycystic ovarian syndrome and its link to diabetes.


Truckers

Rules and Routines for Truckers with Diabetes

Truck drivers often work long hours, travel great distances and are responsible for the safe operation of large trucks. Long haul truck drivers have more than twice the risk of diabetes due to high stress and unhealthy food options. A study published in 2010 stated “”88% of truck drivers suffered […]


Couples Exercise

Vitamin D, Exercise and Falling With Diabetes

People with diabetes can be susceptible to falls, especially if they experience numbness, or have been diagnosed with neuropathy or certain neurological problems. The latest information discusses the possible benefits of exercise and vitamin D to help prevent falls when you have diabetes. Learn more about how vitamin D and […]


Cardio Protective Foods - Hearth Healthy

3 Cardio-Protective Foods

It is essential for people with diabetes to eat a well-balanced diet to minimize blood sugar fluctuations and promote improved overall health. A new emphasis on foods rather than nutrients is designed to simplify the concept of healthy eating. Discover 3 cardio-protective foods that can reduce your risk of heart […]