Diabetes and Your Weight: Healthy Weight Loss Tips
For people with diabetes, losing weight improves blood sugar levels, helps with weight loss, and may allow for a reduction in medications. WebMD tells you how to start a program that will work for you.
Manage Diabetes With Stress Reduction
Stress is bad for diabetes management, so try these stress reduction tips from WebMD to help keep your blood sugar and weight in check.
Diabetes and Exercise: What's Stopping You?
A look at six obstacles to exercise when you have diabetes, and how to get motivated to move.
Shoes and Diabetes: What's on Your Feet Matters
Diabetic nerve damage, or neuropathy, can lessen your ability to feel pain, especially in your feet. It's important to inspect your feet daily and choose your shoes wisely.
Diabetes & Your Feet: Dos and Don'ts of Foot Care
Use this checklist from WebMD to help prevent foot problems when you have diabetes.
Get Support for Your Type 2 Diabetes
As with any chronic illness, dealing with diabetes can be stressful. But you can learn to cope with the help of your health care team, family, friends, therapy, and support groups and organizations.
The Link Between Stroke and Diabetes
Diabetes greatly increases the risk of stroke. Learn more from WebMD about the symptoms, treatment, and prevention of stroke.
What Are Insulin Pumps?
Learn when and why an insulin pump would be used to help treat diabetes.
Why Organ Transplants Can Lead to Diabetes
Getting an organ transplant can save your life. Sometimes, it can also lead to type 2 diabetes.
Learn the basics about all types of diabetes from the experts at WebMD.