With diabetes management, you find yourself juggling a lot of numbers and data. How do you manage all that data, and how do you use it to better your management?
For this week’s community discussion, we welcomed Dr. Gary McClain, PhD, therapist, author, and patient advocate, to chat with members of the diabetes community about communicating about chronic illness at home.
Don’t let the computer in the examination room compromise your care. Dr. Gary tells what you can do if technology comes between you and your physician.
Learn more about the possible health risks associated with diabetes and how you can help to reduce them.
Learn how a CDE can benefit your diabetes management from Rachel Head, RD and CDE at One Drop, and Mark Heyman, PhD, CDE, and director of One Drop Experts, and members of the diabetes online…
If you struggle with meal planning and preparation, you might want to consider home food delivery.
There are hidden health hazards lurking in belly fat. Here’s how you can reduce it.
Find empowering wisdom and practical tips from a woman who has lived successfully with type 1 diabetes for many years.
There is a lot of information available about diabetes, and it’s tough to know what to believe. There are many “miracle” cures for diabetes out there, but are they legitimate?
Opening your eyes and understanding the importance of the food choices you make can result in powerful change.
A “revolutionary diet plan” as a “miracle” response to your type 1 or type 2 diabetes problems sounds too good to be true, and that’s usually because it is.
Dr. Gary explains how you can avoid the blame game and strengthen your relationship with your partner.
During this week’s community discussion, we were joined by Adam Brown, senior editor at diaTribe, and Kelly Close, the founder of diaTribe, to discuss how to better prioritizing diabetes management.
Simple changes in your diet habits could help protect you from a common liver condition that often goes unnoticed.
Doctors are busier than ever. But Dr. Gary’s tips can help you get the attention you deserve and the care you need.
Ignoring your diabetes can lead to many complications down the road, but the effects on your loved ones may be even greater.