It’s here: we’ve gotten into the season of sweet treats! From sugar cookies to pecan pies to candy canes and chocolate mint cocoa, it’s tough to overlook the overabundance of delicious sweets that bombard us, and the special thoughts they bring to mind, particularly close to the holidays. But what result does this surge in sugar consumption have on our health and wellness,Read More
When finger pricks, sugar ranges, and insulin injections are often at the forefront of your brain, take heart, diabetic patients: the Food and Drug Administration has recently approved the very first manufactured pancreas – a hybrid closed-loop system that comes with an insulin pump accompanied by a continuous glucose monitor.Read More
Diabetes can affect a person from head to toe, and the eyes are no exception. Although it’s true that those with diabetes are at a higher risk of potential blindness, most diabetics are more inclined to develop only minor eye conditions. Maintaining a schedule of preventative care eye exams is imperative,Read More
One of the top concerns for diabetics, aside from managing the disease itself, is the havoc diabetes can wreak on the feet. Because of the potential for nerve damage, restricted blood flow, and a weakened immune system, wounds, particularly on the feet, can be difficult to heal.
To stay a step ahead of diabetes-related foot problems,Read More