Type 1 Diabetes in Children by Age
How you control diabetes in children depends on their age. Here are guidelines to take you through each age.
Taking Care of Your Diabetes Every Day
Taking care of your diabetes is a daily necessity, but it doesn't have to be complicated or difficult. WebMD tells you how to manage your diabetes with a few small steps.
How to Handle an Insulin Overdose
Learn about and understand insulin overdose in those with diabetes and what to do if it happens. Find out about other insulin complications, as well.
Medicare Coverage of Therapeutic Footwear for People with Diabetes
Information on coverage under Medicare Part B for those people with diabetes who may need special footware.
Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT)
WebMD discusses the Diabetes Control and Complication Trial, is a clinical study that showed that keeping blood sugar levels as close to normal as possible slows the onset and progression of eye, kidney, and nerve diseases caused by diabetes.
Diabetes and Exercise: Ideas to Get You Moving
Exercise is essential for people with diabetes -- and it doesn't have to hurt. Read tips for getting started and sticking with an exercise plan.
6 Lifestyle Changes to Help Control Your Diabetes
If you have diabetes, try these six lifestyle changes to help control your blood sugars.
Diabetes: Items You Need to Manage Your Health
If you or a loved one has diabetes, it's important to have diabetes essentials on hand. Use this list from WebMD to gather what you need in case of emergency.
How Will Age-Related Hormone Changes Affect You?
Getting older can throw off your blood sugar levels. Find out about midlife hormone changes and what to do about them.
How to Keep Your Mouth Healthy
Do you know the main oral health risks for people with diabetes?