Read the latest blogs by our professional diabetes educators and experts on the latest and most important healthcare topics.
Can Two Everyday Activities Really Help People with Diabetes?Thursday,October 1, 2015
How making an effort to improve upon sleeping and include walking as a regular activity can keep you healthier.
Finding a Type 1 Management Bridge Until a Cure is FoundThursday,October 2, 2015
While cure research is ongoing and is still years away from realization, the evolution of CGM technology is helping make the artificial pancreas closer to reality which will make disease management simpler and achieve better outcomes.
How Keeping One Hormone in Balance Can Aid Blood SugarsThursday,October 7, 2015
Cortisol, also known as the fight or flight hormone, does a lot more than people realize, and there are some diabetes-related aspects to it. Douglas Garner offers some information on why keeping cortisol in balance can help blood sugars.
Mindfulness as a Complementary Exercise for Diabetes ManagementThursday,October 8, 2015
Valerie Spain explain how mindfulness techniques can provide relief during moments of diabetes distress by providing an alternative reprieve to simply pause, reflect, and give yourself an opportunity to modify unhealthy behavior or thoughts.
Making the Case for Use of Glycemic Index in Diabetes Meal PlanningThursday,August 22, 2014
Certified diabetes educator Amy Hess-Fischl discusses how low glycemic index foods can have a positive impact on glucose control.