Tips for Managing Diabetes

Beating Type 2 Diabetes

There's no one-size-fits-all solution to living well with diabetes, but these type 2 patients have some tips to share with you, from diet and exercise, to managing medications and stress. Play video ›

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5 Substitutions to Improve Your Blood Sugar

Watch nutritionist Lauren Antonucci explain 5 simple food substitutions that can help manage your blood sugar, such as swapping beans for rice.
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The ABC's of Diabetes Control

Because diabetes raises your risk of heart disease by 4 - 5 times compared with people without the disease, you should pay close attention to other factors that can put your heart at risk. These are often referred to as the "ABC's"

What Diabetes Does to Your Body

Diabetes complications can affect the eyes, kidneys, heart - and even your hearing. Women with poorly controlled diabetes may be at higher risk for hearing loss. Read up on how diabetes can affect hearing ›

Getting the Best Diabetes Treatment

By managing diabetes, you can maintain a healthy blood sugar level and slow or prevent kidney damage. Follow these tips for testing your blood sugar. Plus, find out what to do when blood sugar is too high or too low ›

Reference: Diabetes section on Better Medicine

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