High blood sugar could be damaging many parts of your body and you might not even know it. Learn how diabetes can affect you from your brain to your feet.
Food and beverages aren't the only things that can make your blood sugar levels jump or dip. Learn some surprising causes for blood sugar swings.
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After a diagnonsis of type 2 diabetes, you'll likely have some concerns about how to manage it. From lifestyle changes to insulin, learn what to expect.
What factors play a role in your blood sugar level, and how can they keep you from needing insulin?
More than half a dozen specialists can help you manage your diabetes, from your primary care doctor to a podiatrist.
The same insulin resistance that leads to type 2 diabetes is also linked to heart problems. Learn how managing diabetes can protect your heart health, too.
As you consider diabetes treatment, you'll look at a number of things, from sugar levels to your lifestyle. See how certain factors can help you choose.
Gadgets can make it easier for you to keep an eye on your blood sugar and things that affect it. Learn about apps, scales and other tools that can help.
Treating your type 2 diabetes with insulin? Learn the ins and outs of giving yourself daily injections.
A doctor explains what treatment might look like for someone newly diagnosed.
If the insulin you're taking for your diabetes isn't doing the trick, you have options. Find out how to bring blood sugar spikes under control.
Diabetes can affect many parts of your body in ways you might not expect. Find out what to watch out for and how to prevent health problems.
A healthy lifestyle and pills are often all you need to manage type 2 diabetes. But some people need injectable medicine to control their sugar level, too.
Your doctor may suggest these treatments to control blood sugar before turning to insulin.
Low-carb diets are all the rage, but how do they affect your blood sugar?
The same high-nutrient, high-fiber foods can help you manage blood sugar and keep your heart healthy. These choices are among the tastiest, too.
If you're tired of drinking only water, try these versions of your favorite classic drinks you can enjoy when you’re managing type 2 diabetes.
Staying on top of your diet can be hard with diabetes. Here are 3 breakfast ideas to start your morning.
When you control your food, you control your type 2 diabetes. Use these tips to shop wisely at the grocery store.
Choosing the right plan can simplify meals and help you stay on track with a diabetes-friendly diet.
If you have diabetes, find out how to test and manage blood sugar levels that go up after you eat, a condition called postprandial blood glucose.
The glycemic index ranks carbohydrate foods based on how fast they make your blood sugar rise. Find out which ones are better for you if you have diabetes.
When you're away from home, healthy eating can get tricky if you're trying to manage your blood sugar levels. See these tips for diabetes-friendly choices.
When you manage your type 2 and meet one of your health goals, celebrate your success! Choose a healthy reward to keep you motivated.
Regular exercise helps prevent diabetes-related complications. Make sure you break a sweat with your blood sugar in check.
Your body will let you know when your blood sugar gets too high. What are the signs, and when is it an emergency?
Even if you have the right combination of diet, exercise, and medication, blood sugar swings still happen. Here's how to lower that number right now.
Whether it’s a boost in self-esteem or less fatigue, see how steady blood sugar can help your body.
Type 2 diabetes can raise your chances of skin problems. Here's how to protect you skin and what it can tell you about your condition.
Exercise can help you manage your type 2 diabetes and be healthier overall. Try these tips to start (and stick with) a workout routine.
Medication is only one part of your type 2 diabetes treatment. Learn about lifestyle changes to manage your blood sugar level and prevent complications.
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You may not realize it, but diabetes could affect your driving. Learn what you can do to stay safe behind the wheel.