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Diabetes Health Center

Features Related to Diabetes

  1. Diabetes News Roundup

    Good Egg Want your salad to pack a powerful punch? Top a mix of vegetables with whole eggs. A colorful salad gives you a good mix of carotenoids, nutrients that lower inflammation and help the body detoxify. And cooked whole eggs may help the body absorb those nutrients. Researchers measured the car

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  2. Get Cart-Smart: Tips for Healthy Grocery Shopping

    You can eat well with type 2 diabetes when you make smart choices at the grocery store. So how do you reach the checkout with a cart full of healthy and tasty options? Two diabetes educators offer their tips. Enter with a plan. Before you hit the store, take 5 minutes to decide what meals you'll mak

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  3. Have Diabetes? Make a Move

    Ready to get fit? It'll help you take charge of your diabetes, burn stress, and make you feel good. Once your doctor gives you the green light, the choice is yours. Pick an activity you'll enjoy, and follow these tips for success. Check your blood sugar (glucose) before and after exercise. "It's a m

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  4. Blood Sugar Highs and Lows

    When you have type 2 diabetes, you want to avoid hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. The words sound alike, but the two conditions are very different. What's hyperglycemia? It means high blood sugar. Blood sugar can run high when you eat too much. And "if you take diabetes medicine, you can get high blo

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  5. How to Prevent Kidney Disease

    You probably don't often think about your kidneys -- your body's filtration system -- but you need to protect them when you have diabetes. Why? "Three things can contribute to kidney disease. The first is high blood sugar," says Jason C. Baker, MD, endocrinologist and assistant professor of clinical

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  6. Dinner in 30: Fast, Diabetes-Friendly Meals

    You want to serve up a healthy dinner, but the hectic crunch of weeknights can make it hard to muster anything more than a plate of spaghetti or some takeout. Good news: You can feed your family (or just yourself) a well-balanced, flavorful meal in less than 30 minutes with these tips. "Plan to be b

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  7. Rethink Your Diabetes 'Don't' List

    What David Marrero, PhD, remembers most about learning he had type 1 diabetes at the age of 25 were the can't-do's and never-mores. He assumed the disease meant a life of restriction -- no carefree eating, drinking, or random adventures. Or so he thought. Times have changed, and most "absolute prohi

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  8. Plain Truth: Diabetes Myths Debunked

    Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases -- and one of the most misunderstood. "Even patients who do their best to be well-informed have misconceptions about the disease," says Fredric Kraemer, MD, professor of medicine at Stanford University. "Because diabetes is so prevalent, education

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  9. 'How I Took Control of My Diabetes'

    I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes when I was 35 -- I’m 40 now -- and I have a strong family history of the disease. My late mom had it. Her sister and my two brothers have it, and my brothers have had extensive complications from diabetes. Hearing what they’ve gone through is scary. After I was d

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  10. Type 1 Diabetes: Are You as Smart as a 2nd Grader?

    All you really need to know about type 1 diabetes Eric Hamblin likely learned in kindergarten. This 8-year-old was diagnosed at 18 months of age, and he already has enough smarts to teach first-year med students a thing or two about the disease. “I just want to say one thing, and that’s you guys don

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