Around 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes develop some sort of neuropathy (nerve damage) according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Those with the highest risk…
There really are foods you can eat that have no (or at least little) impact on your blood sugar. They’re typically called “free foods” and chances are you’re already familiar with at least a few…
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You didn’t choose to have a chronic condition—but you can choose to not let it make you feel like a victim. Dr. Gary explains.
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Dr. Gary explains how to help your loved ones avoid burnout as they take care of you.
The silent treatment doesn’t solve anything. Dr. Gary explains how to strengthen your relationship instead.
Many of them don’t know it, making the problem worse.
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If you aren't achieving optimal results in your diabetes management, you and your doctor might need to make adjustments.
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A shower that makes you shiver may treat depression and other ills.
New findings challenge traditional testing recommendations for many with type 2 diabetes.