Although it is true that CGM can help you escape from the pain, mess, and inconvenience of traditional blood glucose monitoring, there are many more advantages to CGM use. Read this expert blog to learn what continuous glucose monitoring may do for you.
What’s new? Revised Canadian guidelines for diabetes prevention and management
It is a very exciting time for diabetes care and education and Canada! In early April, Diabetes Canada released the 2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes in Canada.
A new era in diabetes management: medications that decrease death from heart disease
People with diabetes are two to three times more likely to have a heart attack, or die from heart disease, than people who do not have diabetes. However, there is some good news in recent years…
The Diabetes Charter for Canada: What does it mean for you?
Earlier this year, the Canadian Diabetes Association announced a Diabetes Charter for Canada, which laid out the rights and and responsibilities of people with diabetes, governments, healthcare providers and schools.
To adhere or not to adhere – following diabetes management guidance
Taking care of your diabetes can be difficult and confusing. You should know that you are not alone in feeling this way.
Revised guidelines for diabetes management: part 3
In this blog I would like to talk about the numbers in the new clinical practice guidelines. What do I mean by numbers?