Diabetes Diabetes Awareness Month Articles
One way to be a good advocate is to show others what living with diabetes is really like.
Learn about the Big Blue Test and how you can use your exercise habits to make a difference.
This week's community perspective gives those with diabetes a chance to share their insights and experiences on a wide range of issues.
For our most recent community chat, we welcomed special guest Deborah Greenwood, PhD, diabetes program coordinator, and diabetes clinical nurse specialist.
Learn about traveling with diabetes from Susan G. Weiner, RD and 2015 AADE Diabetes Educator of the Year.
Can people with diabetes donate blood? Have you ever been turned away from a donation center? Find the truth about this myth.
"You can't have diabetes! You're not overweight!" Have you ever heard this myth?
Diabetes Myth: You have diabetes, you can't eat sugar! Get the truth behind this myth.
Diabetes Myth: Weight loss cures diabetes. Find out if this myth has any truth to it.
Can adults get diagnosed with type 1 diabetes? And kids with type 2? Find the answer to this myth.
Some people fear that a diabetes diagnosis means their life is over. Find the answer to this diabetes myth here.
Can someone with diabetes safely exercise? Won't it cause blood sugar to go too low? Get the answer to this myth.
In this weeks community discussion, we addressed the importance of community advocacy and key actions that need to be taken.
Diabetes Myth: You're diabetic, you can't get a tattoo
Diabetes Myth: Everyone Who's Overweight Will Get Diabetes
Diabetes Myth: People with diabetes cannot eat potatoes, pasta, or bananas. Find the truth.