Insulin is one of the many tools that are used to manage diabetes. People living with type 1 diabetes must take insulin, as their bodies are no longer able to produce it. People living with type 2 diabetes may be prescribed insulin to help control their blood sugar more effectively.
Do you know an individual with type 1 diabetes who also has celiac disease? This is an increasingly common scenario. The only treatment for celiac disease is to follow a gluten-free diet.
Low blood sugar, also called hypoglycemia, can result when the body has too much insulin.
For people with type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests standing and light walking may be the key to managing blood sugar levels.
Meal planning for children with type 1 diabetes can be a true practice in patience. With the varying degrees of literature and information out there, it can be challenging to understand the Do’s and Don’ts of proper nutrition.
Do you ever find yourself picking up medication prescriptions on different days? Did you ever wonder if you could arrange for your chronic medications to be picked up all at the same time?