If you are taking prescription medications for chronic health conditions (such as diabetes), you may be eligible for a one-on-one consultation with your pharmacist to review your medication regimen.
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Keeping your blood sugar levels in their target ranges is very important. When blood sugar levels drop too low, this results in hypoglycemia, which can make you feel light-headed, nauseous and unable to concentrate.
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Having diabetes puts you at higher risk for eye complications. Read this article to find ways to successfully manage your diabetes with impaired vision.
Good diabetes care that helps the person living with diabetes avoid complications, involves regular diabetes-focused visits with their family doctor, nurse practitioner or diabetes specialist.
Sending a child with type 1 diabetes to school can be very daunting for parents. However, there are some things that you can do to ensure that your child is happy, healthy and safe during the school day.