Six percent of the population has diabetes, and each of them receive the life-altering news in a physician's office. Here's what you can expect on that first visit.
If you're one of the 23.6 million Americans with diabetes, you know that taking care of your body is extra important. And that goes for your mouth as well. Whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, you're at a higher risk of dental problems.
You can exercise with diabetes, you just need to watch your blood sugar level closely. Learn how to exercise with diabetes safely in this video!
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Working out becomes more complicated when you have diabetes. Watch to learn more.
Your A1C level is important to keep track of when you have diabetes. Learn all about your A1C level by watching this video.
Hypoglycemics get low blood sugar. Find out more!
Diet and family are important in your life AND in your diabetes treatment. Learn more about your diabetes diet and your family by watching this video.
How can you avoid high blood sugar? Watch to learn more.
People with diabetes often develop gum disease. Find out how diabetes and gum disease are connected in this video.
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Kickstart your healthy diet by eating a bix of low and medium Glycemic Index foods! Get advice on which are which.
The Glycemic Index can help you manage your diet in addition to your carb counting. Watch this video to learn more.
Find out how people with type 1 diabetes can maintain their weight in college, safely! Watch to learn more.
Taking time to monitor your glucose levels at home is important in diabetes management. Learn all the ins and outs of at home monitoring in this video.
How is hypoglycemia treated? Watch to learn.
What's the relationship between diabetes and depression? Learn more.
Low blood sugar occurs for a variety of reasons in diabetics. Watch this!