Category Archives: Life with Diabetes

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Your Sex Life with Diabetes

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We might be embarrassed to talk about it, but it’s true: Sex is an important part of life and relationships. In fact, it’s so important that September is appointed Sexual Health Month, making this a great time to talk about … Continue reading

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Kristinia DeBarge Sings to Stop Diabetes®

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Hispanic Heritage Month is truly important to Kristinia DeBarge, singer/actress and daughter of James DeBarge (singer from the group DeBarge), especially when it comes to her family’s health. Continue reading

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Progressing toward an Artificial Pancreas: Preventing and Treating Low Blood Glucose

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An important limitation to development of an artificial pancreas is the danger of low blood glucose caused by insulin infusion. A recent Association-funded study works to overcome this issue and bring artificial pancreas technology closer to reality. Continue reading

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Five Things to Know About Diabetes and PCOS

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Did you know that PCOS is the most common cause of female infertility? Or that about 5 million women in the United States are affected by it? Learn more about PCOS—and what it means for women with diabetes. Continue reading

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Beyond monitoring: Sharing your results with your doctor

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With diabetes, you often have to monitor many things: your blood glucose levels, how much carbohydrate you eat, your blood pressure, your weight, and any changes to your feet and more. Here are some tips for communicating your blood glucose results with your health care provider. Continue reading

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Type 1 Diabetes and Your Heart: New Research

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People with type 1 diabetes are at higher risk for heart disease, but the relationship between risk factors and type 1 diabetes is not well understood. Last month, the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association released a Scientific Statement … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at a Diabetes Champion

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Today we are thrilled to showcase the incredible efforts of a Red Strider from the Chicago area: Alexys Fleming. If you don’t know Alexys by name, you may know her work as a makeup artist and social media sensation! Read on to find out what makes her a Champion to Stop Diabetes. Continue reading

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