Diabetes Treatment And Care Articles
Most people with diabetes work with their healthcare provider and use their own knowledge to develop a diabetes management plan. But how well do you stick to your plan?
The technology leader hopes to make monitoring blood glucose simple and painless.
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.
This alternative treatment may be able to help relieve some symptoms that are common in people with diabetes.
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…
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?
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.
Doctors are busier than ever. But Dr. Gary’s tips can help you get the attention you deserve and the care you need.
We now know more about who can safely benefit from this proven diabetes medication.
A diabetes diagnosis not only requires a close relationship with your healthcare provider, but with your health insurance company too. Your insurance can have a strong impact on how you care for your diabetes. We…
Learn what’s going on behind the scenes that could affect your prescriptions and your health—then find out how to fight back.
Not all people with type 1 diabetes have access to the care they need. Organizations like T1International are working to change that.
People are dying wherever diabetes care is unaffordable or unavailable. One organization is fighting to end this—and you can help.
Keeping your blood glucose levels within a safe range is a balancing act that can often make you feel like you are walking a tightrope.
Take advantage of these tools that can help you keep your blood sugar levels in balance.
Healthcare providers can learn a lot from the people they treat, especially when it comes to chronic conditions such as diabetes.