Diabetes Articles

Chronic Communication at Home: The Importance of Shared Meals

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Dr. Gary tells how to use mealtime to enhance togetherness and support between you and your loved ones.

Treating Type 2 Diabetes Early With Insulin

By Jewels Dosckiz No Comments

Research has found that two to four weeks of insulin therapy may delay the need for intensive diabetes treatment for up to 48 weeks.

What’s the Best Cooking Oil?

By Amy Campbell 2 Comments

Have you walked down the oil aisle of the grocery store lately? Where did all of those different choices even come from? Which one is best, or does it really matter?

Feeling Normal: How Self-Protective Do I Need to Be?

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Dr. Gary explains six ways to find a healthy balance between pushing yourself too hard and not pushing hard enough.

Do Automated External Defibrillators Really Save Lives?

By Kent Peterson No Comments

Here's what happens when inexperienced bystanders use this powerful medical tool in a crisis.

Chronic Communication at Work: Don't Be Caught Up in Workplace Negativity

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Venting about your job can take a toll on your health. Dr. Gary tells how to avoid it - and what to do instead.

FDA Warns People With Heart Disease About Antibiotic

By U.S. Food and Drug Administration No Comments

Here's important information for those who are prescribed clarithromycin (also sold under the brand name Biaxin).

Why Some Women's Heart Attacks Go Undiagnosed

By Kent Peterson No Comments

Here's what you must know about gender differences in the way heart attack symptoms are treated.

Chronic Communication at Home: How Name-Calling Damages Your Relationship

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

When tempers flare, Dr. Gary names seven ways to avoid saying something you'll regret.

How Your Apple Watch Can Find Signs of Diabetes

By Kent Peterson No Comments

Learn about an amazing development in the search for better ways to detect diabetes.

Chronic Communication at Work: Do I Have a Right to Ask for a Raise?

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Dr. Gary tells what you can do if health issues make you hesitate to ask for more money.

Chronic Communication at Home: What's Best for Us? A Key to Resolving Conflicts

By Dr GaryCA 1 Comment

Dr. Gary explains how to resolve disagreements with your partner in ways that bring you closer together instead of driving you apart.

This Change in Treating Strokes Could Save Your Life

By Kent Peterson No Comments

New guidelines may dramatically reduce the worst consequences of stroke in many cases.

Chronic Communication at Home: Abandonment Fears and How to Cope

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Dr. Gary explains how to deal with worries that chronic illness will cause one partner to leave the other.

White Rice Alternatives

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

Many people’s “go-to” starch, white rice, doesn’t offer a lot in terms of nutrition. Check out these substitutes can you eat instead.

My “Spoon Theory” Life

By Lana Barhum No Comments

“The Spoon Theory" is an essay about what it’s like to live with chronic illness or a disability, using spoons as a metaphor for the limited energy that people with chronic disease have.