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Diabetes Related Complications

Sleep Apnea and Diabetes

Sleep apnea can make managing diabetes more difficult. Treatment includes CPAP therapy, which has also been shown to improve blood glucose control and insulin sensitivity, and tirzepatide.

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Ozempic Slows Kidney Disease, Cuts Cardiorenal Death Risk in Type 2 Diabetes, FLOW Study Finds

Having surgery with diabetes

Having Surgery With Diabetes

Having a surgical procedure, whether it's planned or an emergency, comes with added risks when you have diabetes. Learn more about preparing for surgery with diabetes, how to advocate for your needs, why in-range glucose values are important, and how to minimize your risks.

A healthcare provider examines a patient's thyroid

Thyroid Disease and Diabetes: What You Need To Know

How To Avoid Hearing Loss With Diabetes

Learn about hearing loss prevention and management during National Protect Your Hearing Month. Explore the link between diabetes and hearing loss, signs of impairment, risk factors, and treatment options in this informative article.

Nerve Damage Beyond the Hands and Feet

Managing diabetes effectively can help protect you from autonomic neuropathy, a type of nerve damage that affects digestion, breathing, and blood pressure.