The link between diabetes and mental and social health outcomes has been well established in adults. However, children and young adults living with diabetes also experience a range of challenges related to managing a chronic condition.
The cost of diabetes medications, supplies and devices can run high and pose a real financial burden.
Diabetes burnout occurs when the burden of living with the condition becomes overwhelming. Read this article to learn 7 ways to cope with diabetes burnout.
Everyone needs support at some point in their lives, and people with diabetes are no exception. The burden of living with – and managing – your condition can sometimes seem overwhelming. There are lots of places you can seek support (including support groups), and lots of activities you can participate in to ensure that you feel supported.
People with type 2 diabetes write back to their younger selves, to share personal insights and reflect on their experience of living with diabetes and starting on insulin therapy. In this post, George reflects on living with diabetes.
Two years ago, I attended a Diabetes Canada conference and learned that countries such as Brazil and Vietnam have free prescription coverage for individuals living with diabetes.