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.
It’s always a good idea to get a flu shot, to protect yourself and those who you come in contact with. This year, in the face of COVID-19, it’s especially important that everyone – particularly people with diabetes – get the flu shot. Read on to learn about diabetes and the flu shot.
Wondering whether to get the flu shot this year? Stop wondering get the shot! Here are five great reasons.
For people with diabetes, who often require daily medication to manage their condition, ensuring that you have enough medication on hand during a pandemic is important. Read on to learn about pandemic medication management during the COVID-19 outbreak.
For most people with diabetes, taking medication is an essential part of managing their disease. In fact, when you miss doses, you put yourself at risk for future diabetes-related complications. Here are some key tips to help you remember to take your mediation.
There are many myths associated with insulin use in people with type 2 diabetes. Read this expert blog to learn the myths and facts about starting insulin.