Category Archives: Complications

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No More Needles? What You Need to Know about Inhaled Insulin

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The diabetes community is abuzz about inhaled insulin. On June 27, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new product, called Afrezza, that has been years in the making. Many people with diabetes are quick to say: “Insulin that doesn’t need to be injected? No more needles? Sign me up!” Continue reading

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#2014ADA: The Largest Diabetes Meeting in the World

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We’re excited to bring you the latest news and research, plus interviews with key thought leaders—and share what it all means for people affected by diabetes. Continue reading

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Men’s Health Month: Overcoming the Fears to Better Health

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Historically, men have not been as comfortable as women when it comes to discussing issues about their health, particularly conditions like diabetes, depression or sexual dysfunction. But why? Continue reading

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Juggling Exercise with Type 1 Diabetes

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People with type 1 diabetes may have fears of experiencing hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) while exercising regularly. Continue reading

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Go Easy on the Eyes!

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May is Healthy Vision Month. We often visit our doctor or nurse regularly to make sure our bodies are healthy. But what about our eyes? Continue reading

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Being Active: Older Adults with Diabetes and Prediabetes

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Diabetes is a common condition in seniors. More than 25 percent of Americans over 60 years of age have diabetes (10.9 million persons) and almost 400,000 Americans 65 and older are diagnosed with diabetes every year. The vast majority of … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Diabetes Knock You Off Your Feet

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With April being Limb Loss Awareness Month, it is the perfect time to discuss simple steps you can take to Stop Diabetes® from knocking you off your feet. Continue reading

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