Don’t let good intentions lead to treating a chronically ill partner like a child. Dr. Gary helps both sides deal with this common issue.
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One way to be a good advocate is to show others what living with diabetes is really like.
Double diabetes is when someone who has type 1 diabetes develops insulin resistance, a key feature of type 2 diabetes.
Dr. Gary explains what to do if you don't get your test results when they are promised.
While most assume that vigorous exercise will drive them to eat even more, studies have shown that physical activity can suppress your hunger.
When a difference of opinion can’t be resolved, Dr. Gary explains how you and your partner can find a path forward that you both feel good about.
New findings may reignite an old debate about the safety of statin drugs.
Here are five tips that can help you cut back on craving too many carbs.
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It seems like self-control will always be needed to live healthfully with diabetes. Is there evidence of that? And how do we get better at it?
Learn how advanced technology uses your smartphone to predict your insulin needs.
Dr. Gary explains seven ways to help yourself through life’s difficulties.
If chronic illness saps your energy, Dr. Gary names seven things to consider before you decide how much to say about it.
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