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Be sure to get a flu shot during the COVID-19 pandemic to protect yourself and your community against severe illness and hospitalization. Plus, learn the differences...
Community-based screenings for diabetes are an important tool that can help identify people living with diabetes who may not yet know it yet
In exciting news for digital diabetes prevention programs, a new study showed that highly engaged participants – those who more frequently engaged in food logging,...
UCSF’s Dr. Robert Lustig explains how we all can reduce our consumption of sugar and processed foods and why it’s important for promoting health
Michael Hattori es un enfermero y educador sobre diabetes que también tiene diabetes y aquí explica las complicaciones médicas asociadas a la diabetes tipo 2, cómo...
A new awareness campaign helps people with diabetes recognize and plan for low blood sugar with emergency toolkits, discussion prompts, journaling, and a support network
Food insecurity affects many people in the US, particularly people with diabetes. Resources exist to help those without access to enough, nutritious food, and Dr. Seth...
As the school year approaches, college students with diabetes and their families are trying to figure out how to safely navigate returning to academics in the time of...
As COVID restrictions and recommendations shift, what do we know about staying safe with diabetes? How can we protect others and make careful decisions about risk?
Diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease and kidney failure. This article discusses kidney disease, its risk factors, and ways to improve kidney health
These simple guidelines will explain when you should be screened for retinopathy and what questions to ask your healthcare professional. Check out our other Healthy...
Michael Hattori – a nurse, diabetes educator, and person with diabetes – explains the health complications associated with type 2 diabetes, how to prevent them, and what...
We outline diabetes-related eye complications and suggest a few tips to keep your eyes as healthy as possible
Results from the VERTIS-CV trial show that SGLT-2 inhibitor Steglatro benefits heart and kidney health; hear expert opinions on SGLT-2 and GLP-1 medications
Check out the second day highlights from ADA’s virtual 80th Scientific Sessions – including new insights on Farxiga for diabetes prevention, soda taxes, the gut...
Michael continues to discuss tips and resources for the seven self-care behaviors that provide a foundation for managing your diabetes during challenging times
While the global pandemic has interrupted many healthcare services, eye care is still essential and available under certain circumstances
Dr. Robert Ratner, former top scientific and medical chief of the ADA, is appointed as Chief Medical Officer of Virta Health
The CDC encourages people to wear cloth face masks. What is a cloth face mask? How can it help? How can you make a mask?
See Catherine’s list of low-carb, nutrient-dense foods that keep well – allowing you to stay home and still eat healthily. Above all, please stay safe and well

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