Preparing for emergencies requires extra thought and effort–and is extra important–for people with diabetes
With a kitchen scale, precise insulin dosing and some practice, fruit doesn’t have to be forbidden for people with type 1 diabetes.
This is the third – and final – installment of our three-part series “Handing Down the Genes.” Part III: “Nutrition and Exercise Tips” Small changes in food choices and daily activity can make a big difference in children’s health – and their risk for type 2 diabetes. Here are some ways to get started. Lose … Continue reading Handing down the Genes. Part 3 (of 3)
This is the second installment of our three-part series “Handing Down the Genes.” Part II: “Preventing Type 2 in Children” The good news for those with type 2 is that there are things you can do to lessen your child’s risk. “It’s as simple as eat less, eat smarter, and move more,” says Nancy Heinrich, … Continue reading Handing Down the Genes. Part 2 (of 3)
This is the beginning of our three part series “Handing Down the Genes.” Part I: “When to Worry-and When Not to-About Your Child’s Increased Risk for Diabetes.” The little things are adding up again, making me worry. First, the bed wetting. It’s not that he has started wetting the bed; it’s that he never stopped. … Continue reading Handing Down the Genes. Part 1 (of 3)
California bill attempts to reform program for “medically uninsurable”
Not wearing medical alert identification can spell disaster for people with diabetes