All of us have been affected in drastic and unexpected ways by the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. At times it can feel like the pandemic will never end, and emotions such as fear, uncertainty and panic can leave us feeling immobilized.
Living with diabetes can be stressful. For some, the stress goes beyond everyday concern and leads to a condition known as diabetes distress.
Living with a chronic illness such as diabetes is never-ending. It can be especially frustrating when your blood sugar levels are fluctuating.
It’s natural for everyone to feel anxious or worried at times. A moderate amount of anxiety can be a motivator to get a project done or respond to a dangerous situation.
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.
The winter cold and dark afternoons are getting you down, and there seem months of it still to get through. Grab a steaming mug of your favourite winter bevvie and make plans to banish the mid-winter blues with these 6 super tips!