Living With Diabetes Directory
Diabetes is a challenging condition. Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you will need to follow a specific, daily routine. Routine habits include giving yourself an insulin shot or pricking your finger to check your blood sugar. Next, you will need to follow your doctor-prescribed treatment to avoid complications. Also, your lifestyle and relationships will need to accommodate the condition. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage on living with diabetes, what it looks like, how to manage it, and much more.
Changes You Can Make to Help Control Your Diabetes
If you have diabetes, there are simple things you can do to help control it.
Taking Care of Your Diabetes Every Day
If you have diabetes, there are things you must do every day to keep yourself healthy. Here’s your to-do list.
Diabetes and Driving: How to Stay Safe
How does diabetes affect your driving?
Diabetes and Age-Related Hormone Changes
Getting older can throw off your blood sugar levels. Find out about midlife hormone changes and what to do about them.
The Secrets to Diabetes Success
Why a 360-degree approach is the best bet for diabetes care.
Type 2 Diabetes: How to Handle the News
You just learned you have type 2 diabetes. What now?
Tired of Your Diabetes? Here’s How to Keep Going
When you have diabetes, your daily to-do list can seem overwhelming. Here are six things you can do to reduce or avoid burnout.
How to Handle a Cold or Flu -- With Diabetes
Learn how to manage your diabetes when you're under the weather.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: What Your Friend With Diabetes Wishes You Knew
Understand the ins and outs of daily life with diabetes, from the perspective of your friend living with the disease.
Slideshow: Diabetes Restaurant Guide: Tips on What to Order
Eating out with diabetes can be tricky. Use the tips in this slideshow to have a healthy restaurant meal that fits with your meal plan.
Slideshow: Your Diabetes Supply Kit
If an emergency or disaster means you have to leave home, you’ll need to bring along supplies to take care of your diabetes. Know the items you should keep handy.
How I Get Back On Track
How I Got My Diabetes Under Control
Diabetes Is Like … a Dog?
It 'Takes 2' to Live With Type 2