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Tired of Being Tired? How to Get Your Energy Back

senior woman with diabetes battling fatigue

The impact of diabetes on the body can cause all manner of issues, one being diabetes fatigue. Symptoms of diabetes fatigue include overwhelming feelings of exhaustion, a near constant state of weariness, lack of energy, and a decline in motivation ...

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Diabetes and Alzheimer’s – New Research Suggests a Connection

woman with alzheimers and diabetes looking out the window

When blood sugar is too high, as occurs in uncontrolled diabetes, the extra sugar can cause damage to nerves and organs as blood circulates throughout the body. Cardiovascular disease, stroke, even blindness are associated with diabetes due to prolonged high ...

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5 Ways to Manage Your Diabetes This Holiday Season

managing diabetes at a family thanksgiving dinner

The holidays are coming and ‘tis the season for family, friends, and food! If you or a loved one have diabetes, give these 5 tips a try and enjoy this holiday season to the fullest! Make a Plan and Stick ...

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What Could Keto Do For You?

Whether you have diabetes or not, you’ve likely heard someone mention the Ketogenic or “Keto” diet. You’ve heard about it on television, or remember seeing it in a headline on your newsfeed. In this article, we will discuss the potential ...

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Can Your Smartphone Be The Key To Better Blood Sugar?

Using an app to manage diabetes

A Cardiff University study found that by utilizing apps on their smartphones, individuals with type 2 diabetes can more effectively self-manage their condition. This comprehensive study concluded that individuals who used an app to track their blood sugar reported lower ...

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Make The Most of November- It’s National Diabetes Month!

November is National Diabetes Month

1 in 11 Americans now have diabetes. This disease now affects nearly 30 million men, women, and children of all ages, races, and body types. According to research from the University of Illinois, one person is diagnosed with diabetes in ...

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