If you have diabetes, you might be eligible for a break on your tax return. There are a number of credits that people with diabetes can apply for, to help offset the day-to-day expenses of living with the disease. Learn more about diabetes and tax returns in this article.
Most people are aware of the long-term complications associated with diabetes, including heart disease, kidney disease, eye disease and nerve damage. However, there are short-term complications that can be dangerous and even life-threatening.
Heart health is very important for people with diabetes, since there is a higher risk of heart disease than for people who don’t have diabetes.
As described in our article about the New activity and non-activity guidelines for kids, the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines (CPAG) recommend that children over five should get at least 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity exercise each day. But many parents are unsure whether these guidelines can be safely applied for youth with type 1 diabetes.
Birthdays are for celebrating, and there’s no better way to indulge than with a delicious birthday cake! With a few tweaks to ingredients and toppings, baking a birthday cake can be healthier than store-bought options and tastier as well.
Get simple and effective tips for travelling with type 2 diabetes so you can plan a stress-free and healthy trip.