Diabetes Neuropathy Articles
Around 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes develop some sort of neuropathy (nerve damage) according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Those with the highest risk…
New findings can help you make smarter choices in footwear.
Take advantage of these tools that can help you keep your blood sugar levels in balance.
Learn how to use humor as a coping strategy that helps you keep a smile on your face as you deal with diabetes. And see some fun diabetes jokes!
Choosing the freshest foods all year round is good for your health, your blood sugar, and our planet.
Michael W. Hoskins discusses how diabetes technology has changed over the last thirty years.
About 5 percent of people with diabetes have type 1. Get a firsthand perspective on what it's like to live with type 1 in a type 2 world.
Dr. Michael Dempsey discusses the four ways you can help reduce your risk of developing diabetes complications.
You think Star Wars is all about the light side versus the dark side, good versus evil, green lightsabers versus red lightsabers, but maybe it was really about diabetes all along.
These five exercise tips will allow you to get the benefits of exercise with the few minutes you have to spare every day.
Neuropathy isn't just for older adults with diabetes. Take action now to prevent problems and complications later on in life.
You've heard of neuropathy, but do you know what it feels like when you have it? RN Jewels Doskicz explores the pain and the treatments.
Here's help for developing and sticking with a good exercise plan.
Learn why diabetes may lead to hearing loss and see tips to help you prevent it.
See expert tips to find a dietitian who helps you better manage diabetes, and skip the ones who don’t.
Eye problems are common among people with diabetes, and can include diabetic macular edema, retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts.