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New Study: Smoking and Diabetes Results in Brain Problems

By Maryam Murphy | June 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

A new study published in the journal Radiology shows that people with diabetes who smoke are at an increased risk for brain calcifications. Calcification happens when there is a build-up of calcium in the brain. Particularly, this study showed that there was a build-up of calcium in areas linked to memory. The reason this study […]

New Study: Diabetes and Cardiovascular Health in Women

By Maryam Murphy | June 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

The next time you have a doctor, it might be a good idea to get a full physical if you have diabetes. A new study shows that both women and men with diabetes are at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Results of the study showed that having diabetes tripled the risk of death […]

5 Diabetes-Friendly Recipes for Summer

By Maryam Murphy | June 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

As the temperature heats up, there’s more time for you to spend at the beach or pool. It’s a great time to take advantage of the warm weather, hanging out with family and friends, and eating delicious food. We’ve got you covered with some delicious diabetes-friendly recipes for both sharing and keeping to yourself. Sheet-Pan […]

Does the time of day that you eat impact your BMI?

By Maryam Murphy | June 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

Have you ever skipped breakfast, or opted for a late night snack? A new study says that people with Type 2 diabetes who eat breakfast later are more likely to have a higher BMI. Researchers led by Dr. Sirimon Reutrakul at the Chicago College of Medicine wanted to figure out if the time of day […]

International Travel and Neuropathy

By Maryam Murphy | June 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you’re reading this you’re probably about to travel overseas. Congratulations for embarking on a new and exciting adventure. Whenever you travel, it’s important to prepare as much in advance as possible. We’ve come up with travel tips for traveling internationally when you have neuropathy. Whether you have painful or painless neuropathy, these tips will […]

Artificial Sweeteners and Diabetes – Is there a link?

By Maryam Murphy | May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you have diabetes, you may have tried products like Diet Coke, or other drinks and nutrition bars with artificial sweeteners. It’s easy to see why! The products tend to taste great, and the low-calories offer weight loss benefits. But, like any product, there isn’t anything without zero risk or side effects. A new study […]

Diabetes Health: 10 Tips for Living with Chronic Pain

By Maryam Murphy | May 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Your experience with chronic pain and diabetes will always be unique. When it comes to long-term chronic pain management, you have to find what works for you. It’s important to always talk to your doctor, but be open to trying new things to alleviate your pain symptoms. We’ve compiled 10 tips for living with chronic […]

New Study: 51% of People with Diabetes Treated for Stress

By Maryam Murphy | May 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

A new independent study in the UK of people with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes showed that 51% of people have been treated for stress or other mental health issues. This study is important because it shows one of the less talked about complications of diabetes – mental health. Mental health is something that, […]

Diabetes and Irregular Menstrual Periods

By Maryam Murphy | May 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

A new study was recently published by Dr. Megan Kelsey, an associate professor of pediatric endocrinology at Children’s Hospital of Colorado and the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, linking irregular menstrual periods with type 2 diabetes. The study, “Menstrual Dysfunction in Girls from the Treatment Options for Type 2 Diabetes in Adolescents and […]

Diabetes Health: Have you checked your vitamin D levels?

By Maryam Murphy | May 8, 2018 | 1 Comment

When you think about Vitamin D, you’re probably thinking about getting enough time out in the sun. Vitamin D is an important vitamin for the body, and you can typically get enough vitamin D from natural sources. For example, Vitamin D can be obtained by sun exposure and foods. Some foods high in Vitamin D include […]

New Study: Smoking and Diabetes Results in Brain Problems

A new study published in the journal Radiology shows that people with diabetes who smoke are at an increased risk for brain calcifications. Calcification happens when there is a build-up of calcium in the brain. Particularly, this study showed that there was a build-up of calcium in areas linked to memory. The reason this study…

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New Study: Diabetes and Cardiovascular Health in Women

The next time you have a doctor, it might be a good idea to get a full physical if you have diabetes. A new study shows that both women and men with diabetes are at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Results of the study showed that having diabetes tripled the risk of death…

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5 Diabetes-Friendly Recipes for Summer

As the temperature heats up, there’s more time for you to spend at the beach or pool. It’s a great time to take advantage of the warm weather, hanging out with family and friends, and eating delicious food. We’ve got you covered with some delicious diabetes-friendly recipes for both sharing and keeping to yourself. Sheet-Pan…

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Does the time of day that you eat impact your BMI?

Have you ever skipped breakfast, or opted for a late night snack? A new study says that people with Type 2 diabetes who eat breakfast later are more likely to have a higher BMI. Researchers led by Dr. Sirimon Reutrakul at the Chicago College of Medicine wanted to figure out if the time of day…

Read More...

International Travel and Neuropathy

If you’re reading this you’re probably about to travel overseas. Congratulations for embarking on a new and exciting adventure. Whenever you travel, it’s important to prepare as much in advance as possible. We’ve come up with travel tips for traveling internationally when you have neuropathy. Whether you have painful or painless neuropathy, these tips will…

Read More...

Artificial Sweeteners and Diabetes – Is there a link?

If you have diabetes, you may have tried products like Diet Coke, or other drinks and nutrition bars with artificial sweeteners. It’s easy to see why! The products tend to taste great, and the low-calories offer weight loss benefits. But, like any product, there isn’t anything without zero risk or side effects. A new study…

Read More...

Diabetes Health: 10 Tips for Living with Chronic Pain

Your experience with chronic pain and diabetes will always be unique. When it comes to long-term chronic pain management, you have to find what works for you. It’s important to always talk to your doctor, but be open to trying new things to alleviate your pain symptoms. We’ve compiled 10 tips for living with chronic…

Read More...

New Study: 51% of People with Diabetes Treated for Stress

A new independent study in the UK of people with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes showed that 51% of people have been treated for stress or other mental health issues. This study is important because it shows one of the less talked about complications of diabetes – mental health. Mental health is something that,…

Read More...

Diabetes and Irregular Menstrual Periods

A new study was recently published by Dr. Megan Kelsey, an associate professor of pediatric endocrinology at Children’s Hospital of Colorado and the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, linking irregular menstrual periods with type 2 diabetes. The study, “Menstrual Dysfunction in Girls from the Treatment Options for Type 2 Diabetes in Adolescents and…

Read More...

Diabetes Health: Have you checked your vitamin D levels?

When you think about Vitamin D, you’re probably thinking about getting enough time out in the sun. Vitamin D is an important vitamin for the body, and you can typically get enough vitamin D from natural sources. For example, Vitamin D can be obtained by sun exposure and foods. Some foods high in Vitamin D include…

Read More...