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.
People with diabetes have an increased risk of heart disease, including high cholesterol levels. That’s why it’s important to understand your risks and take action to optimize your overall health. Read on to learn more about lowering your cholesterol levels.
Insulin was first discovered in 1921. Since then, medical and technological advancements have made it even more effective for people with diabetes. Read this expert blog to learn about insulin improvements over the years.
Good news is on the horizon as two COVID-19 vaccines are currently available in Canada, and many more are being tested in clinical trials. Read this expert blog to learn 9 things you should know about diabetes and COVID-19 vaccination.
There are many things that can be done on a daily basis to manage kidney disease and reduce the risk of kidney damage, including taking medications.
As we age, it is common to be treated for more than one medical condition at a time, for example, diabetes, high blood pressure and arthritis. To manage these conditions, patients are often prescribed more than one medication to be taken each day. However, taking multiple medications can be challenging to work into your daily routine.