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How Anemia and diabetes are related

How Anemia and diabetes are related If you count yourself among the more than 30 million individuals in the United State living with diabetes, you’re probably...

Diabetes and the brain

What you need to know about blood sugar and the brain Diabetes, particularly when not properly managed, can damage many of the body’s organs –...

The Rise in Diabetes Cases

Why is diabetes increasing at such an alarming rate?  At last count there were about 37.3 million adult Americans living with Type 1 and Type...

Diabetes and Sugar Cravings

Who doesn’t crave a sweet treat now and then? Candies, chocolates, cakes, even those sugary sodas can tempt us because they deliver a quick fix...

Diabesity: How Obesity and Diabetes are Linked?

How diabetes is related to obesity? Most people who are familiar with Type 2 diabetes are also aware of the link between the condition and...

Undiagnosed Diabetes

Symptoms of Undiagnosed Diabetes There’s little debate about whether diabetes is a growing problem in the United States and, in fact, around the globe. According...

Diabetes and Genetics

Is Diabetes Genetic? The moment a person is diagnosed with either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes the questions begin flooding into the brain. How...

Diabetes and Life Insurance

Can You Get Life Insurance If You Have Diabetes? Some Important Facts You Should Know. Diabetes is a serious medical condition impacting more than 34...

Bariatric Surgery May Reverse Diabetes Complications

New study indicates bariatric surgery may be able to reverse diabetic neuropathy More than 100 million Americans currently qualify as obese – that’s nearly 40%...

Diabetes and Crohn’s Disease

The Link Between IBD, Crohn’s Disease, and Diabetes Living with diabetes puts you at a higher risk for a number of related health complications. These include...

Caring For Someone in Your Family with Diabetes: Tips & Techniques

Caring For Someone in Your Family with Diabetes: Tips & Techniques There are more than 37 million Americans living with diabetes. Many of these are...

Diabetes and Charcot Foot

How Charcot Foot is related to Diabetes If you’re among the more than 37 million Americans living with diabetes, you’re probably well aware of the many health...

Diabetes and Medicare

Does Medicare cover diabetes supplies? If you’re 65 or older you qualify for Medicare, and if you’re also among the 37 million plus Americans living...

Diabetes and Low Testosterone

Type 2 Diabetes and Low Testosterone: Is There a Link? Recent studies have revealed a lot about low testosterone in men. As men age, their...

Tzield: New Drug for Type 1 Diabetes

Tzield™, A Breakthrough FDA-Approved Medication to Delay Type 1 Diabetes In November of 2022, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a medication...

Connection Between Thyroid Disease and Diabetes

What’s the connection between diabetes and thyroid disease? It’s well established that having certain health conditions increases the risk of developing diabetes. For instance, people...