These lemony Greek chicken kebabs are super easy to make and delicious served hot, warm or even room temp. They pair well with almost any meal. Serve them with a simple salad of tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber or with rice.
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Diabetes distress is the emotional response to dealing with the daily demands of living with diabetes. In this expert blog we discuss why it is important that you speak with your diabetes healthcare team about your difficulties.
If you have diabetes, it’s important that you choose healthy snacks to satisfy your hunger cravings between meals, especially when you’re travelling.
Diabetes management has shifted away from a “one size fits all” model to a more individualized approach for each patient. Several important considerations including efficacy, cost, adverse effects, and potential benefits relevant to each patients’ needs will be examined throughout this blog.
The link between diabetes and mental and social health outcomes has been well established in adults. However, children and young adults living with diabetes also experience a range of challenges related to managing a chronic condition.
Diabetes distress is your emotional response to living with diabetes. It is normal to experience some stress, but when the level of stress becomes overwhelming it can significantly undermine your confidence and ability to take care of the daily tasks. Read this expert article to learn about developing an action plan to deal with diabetes distress.