If you’re obese or overweight or come from a family with a history of diabetes, you could be at a high risk of developing diabetes. As such, it’s critical to make diabetes prevention and control a priority.
Diabetes and depression are serious illnesses. They are not illnesses that will simply go away if ignored. Both diabetes and depression are likely to get much worse without medical intervention and treatment. According to the CDC people with diabetes are 2 to 3 times more likely to get depression than those without diabetes. Further, only […]
A diabetes diagnosis is something no one wants to hear. Whether you are the young patient’s parent or the patient, such a diagnosis can throw you for a loop if not very careful. The best way to look at it is the available treatment options are effective when combined with a healthy diet, regular exercise, […]
The link between oral health and physical health has been shown repeatedly over the years. One of the most concerning relationships is between people with diabetes and people with poor oral health. We wanted to know more about how the two affect one another, so we set out to check in with a few dentists, […]
Research shows that about 15 percent of the people in the world suffer from diabetes. Diabetes is of two types. Both these types are connected to the insulin in our body. In one of the cases our body is unable to secrete enough insulin which is required for a normal functioning of our body. On […]
We all understand how careful we must be to avoid catching Coronavirus that leads to Covid-19. But many people are not aware that those with type 1, and type 2 diabetes need to be even more cautious than the average person.
For most people, diabetes tends to cost them a bombshell throughout their lives. Be it in the form of diabetic strips, doctors’ visits, or insulin injections, there are way too many expenses. As a matter of fact, over $825B was spent in 2014 on diabetes-related expenses. Diabetes strips are important for most people looking to […]
Millions of people around the world have diabetes. And while some of them spend their hard-earned money on maintenance and doctor appointments to manage the symptoms of diabetes, others don’t know that they have it.
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