Diabetes Financial: the financial burden for people living with diabetes can be very high. It is estimated that, in Canada, people with diabetes have medical expenses that are up to three times higher than people who don’t have the disease.
Living Well With Diabetes -Articles
Managing diabetes – no matter where you live in the developed world – follows the same general principles. However, managing diabetes in Canada can be different than in other countries, with respect to clinical practice recommendations, medications and devices. This article highlights some of these differences.
Turning back time and reversing your diabetes might sound too good to be true. However, there is increasing evidence that people with type 2 diabetes may be able to do just that.
Here are two case studies to further understand how depression and diabetes can be intertwined and can affect teens.
The trouble with a sugar high is that it often turns into a sugar crash, which can ruin your mood—and your day. Here’s a look at sugar crash and mood and what you can do to manage this.
Diabetes can damage the nerves throughout your body leading to a condition called diabetic neuropathy. Left untreated, diabetic neuropathy can be painful, and can also pave the way to some serious health complications.