People who are more grateful for their lives tend to be happier and healthier than those who are less grateful.
Watching someone you care about having an episode of low blood sugar or hypoglycemia can often be a frightening and confusing event.
No time to make dinner tonight? Just grab a frozen meal in the freezer section at the grocery store or better still, pick up a take-out chicken meal on the way home. Problem solved, right? Think again,
The financial costs for managing diabetes can be insurmountable, especially for those without a private medical insurance plan.
The percentage of Canadians with diabetes doubles between the ages of 45 – 65. As the baby boomer generation ages, this is leading to a dramatic increase in the number of older Canadians with diabetes, and an increasing need for many of us to provide support for older family members. This is a particular challenge when family members are not close by.
In the midst of the cold season, you may wonder how to care for yourself when you come down with an illness.