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Health and Wellness Archive

10 Tips For Finding Your Endocrinologist For Diabetes

Whether you were just diagnosed with diabetes, recently moved, or are ready for a change, selecting an endocrinologist for diabetes is important to keeping your diabetes management on track. The relationship you have with them can make a big difference in not just your quarterly visits but also your day-to-day diabetes management and long-term

Managing diabetes in hot weather

When summer rolls around, people with diabetes like to enjoy the sunshine and warm weather like anyone else. But simultaneously managing diabetes and heat takes a little extra preparation during heatwaves and in hot climates. High temperatures can affect everything from the way your body cools itself to the way insulin works in your

Spring guide for people with diabetes

  Spring welcomes blooming flowers, chirping birds, and longer sunny days. There’s also going to be a lot of pollen. You may be considering how diabetes and seasonal topics like allergies, outdoor fun, and spring cleaning fit together. With the warmer weather approaching, it’s a great time to get out and get active –

5 Ways To Help Someone Experiencing Hypoglycemia

Low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, is when the sugar in blood falls below an individual’s healthy levels. As a friend or loved one of a person living with diabetes, you can help by being prepared to help manage or treat hypoglycemia when it happens. Sometimes the cause of hypoglycemia can be obvious: too much

How To Spot And Treat Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)

Diabetic Ketoacidosis   You work hard at managing your diabetes and even use technology to help keep your numbers in range, but you can still experience high blood sugar levels. Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) develops when your body doesn’t have enough insulin to allow blood sugar into your cells for use as energy. Instead, your