Category Archives: Prescription

7 Ways to Save on Your Diabetes Prescriptions

Are you paying more for prescription drugs? The stats say that you probably are. I recently wrote an article about the prescription drug industry. Through my research, I learned that nearly 7 in 10 Americans are on at least one prescription drug and more than half of Americans take two drugs. It’s a $326 billion industry and growing – … Continue reading 7 Ways to Save on Your Diabetes Prescriptions

Transforming Your Suicidal Thoughts From Your Diabetes

Many people go through times when hopelessness takes them hostage. Drudgery and hardship engulf them on a daily basis. Suicidal thoughts start creeping in. The only relief they can imagine is ending their life, quickly. They feel they can no longer bear their imprisonment. Their mind drifts to family and friends; to the pain their … Continue reading Transforming Your Suicidal Thoughts From Your Diabetes

Diabetes Costs No More Than Other Chronic Diseases

Diabetes is no more expensive for consumers or for their employer-sponsored health insurance plans than any other chronic disease. Researchers examined health insurance billing data, including both employer and consumer costs, for about 1.3 million people who worked for 862 large self-insured employers. Nearly 21,000 of the individuals involved (1.7 percent of the total) were … Continue reading Diabetes Costs No More Than Other Chronic Diseases