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Diabetes Health Center

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  1. Your Holiday Wellness Guide for Type 1 Diabetes

    What's the best way to manage your type 1 diabetes during the holiday frenzy? Slow down. Give yourself plenty of time to get your errands done. Eat the foods that make your holidays special, but be aware of what and how much you enjoy so you can adjust your insulin. While changes from the usual rout

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  2. How Does Type 2 Diabetes Affect Memory?

    Q&A with Elizabeth Seaquist, MD, professor of medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School's Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism. Q. How does type 2 diabetes affect memory? A. Studies show that people with type 2 diabetes are at increased risk for Alzheimer's disease. They're also

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  3. How to Overcome Diabetes Burnout

    Let's be honest: The day-to-day routine of living with diabetes -- testing your blood sugar, taking medications, counting carbohydrates -- can wear a person out. Many people go through times when they feel frustrated or defeated by the disease. Some even choose to ignore parts (or all) of their trea

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  4. Diabetes News Roundup

    206: Number of calories a 50-year-old, 150-pound woman burns during 30 minutes of shoveling snow. A 200-pound man the same age burns 276 calories. Source: HealthStatus 15: Grams of sugar in a cup of homemade hot cocoa with whole milk. Source: USDA 14: Grams of sugar in an average candy cane. It also

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  5. 4 Ways to Conquer Your Inner Critic With Diabetes

    You know how to eat and exercise to stay healthy with diabetes. The problem is, you don't always do what you know you should, right? Before your plans for staying healthy go off the rails, you can spot early signs of self-sabotage: procrastination, self-defeating behavior, fear, and perfectionism. R

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  6. Life With Insulin Injections

    At first, the thought of using insulin to control diabetes can seem overwhelming. How can you learn when you need injections? How will the shots impact your job, social life, and hobbies like sports or traveling? The truth is that most insulin users can do just about anything they want. Once you get

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  7. How to Eat on the Go When You Have Type 2 Diabetes

    Since you have type 2 diabetes, you’ve probably got your carb counting down at home, and a good idea of what to eat to keep your blood sugar steady. Picking meals and snacks on the go may seem more random, but there are healthy options in every situation. You just have to know what to look for, wher

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  8. More Than Medicine: The Secrets to Diabetes Success

    Four years ago, David Chu, 68, began to notice that he felt tired throughout the day -- sometimes exhausted. So he mentioned it to his doctor, and after a round of blood tests, he found out the reason: He had diabetes. Chu’s mother had also had the disease, so he knew the stakes right away. “It was

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  9. How Does Food Affect Your Blood Sugar?

    When you have diabetes, your blood sugar level reflects the foods you choose. "For over a year, my sugar ran from 250 to 350 every day," writes WebMD Diabetes community member chui55. After switching from chips and sweets to fruits, vegetables, and lean meats, "my sugar is ranging between 110 and 18

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  10. How to Support Your Child With Type 1 Diabetes

    When a child learns he or she has type 1 diabetes, it's literally life-changing. "This is a condition that has to be managed 24 hours a day, seven days a week," says Steve Winer, co-chair of the JDRF Online Diabetes Support Team. That’s a lot to take in for you and for your kid. While frequent finge

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