Sure, walking, cycling, and swimming count toward the regular exercise you need. But so does strength training. Here's how it can help you manage–or even prevent–diabetes.
Each person touched by diabetes faces different challenges. But with the right team and tools, you'll be on track for a longer, healthier life. Here's what you need to know about staying in good health.
Smart lifestyle choices can help you manage diabetes. Take control (not chances) today with these expert suggestions.
Find out what your body shape might be able to tell you about your risks for developing diabetes and heart disease.
If you’re thinking that you have to shed megapounds to reap big health rewards, think again.
From hemoglobin A1C to cholesterol, here are the levels to watch for better health.
With time-zone changes and on-the-go food, trips may take your blood glucose on a roller-coaster ride if you're not careful. Here are some simple ways to plan for safe yet enjoyable travel.
Activity can ramp up your appetite and leave you vulnerable to decisions made by the growl of your belly, not the knowledge in your head. Here's what to watch out for before, during, and after exercise--plus, how to make the best choices for you.
These days, you hear about carbohydrates all the time. However, living with diabetes means being especially aware of how carbs fit into a healthy, balanced diet.
Though all the numbers might seem confusing at first, understanding diabetic exchanges and carbohydrate counting can be key to achieving and staying in balance.
Beans are a wonderful choice for people with diabetes. Here are some delicious ways to work them into your summer menus.
Carbs seem so complicated, but they're really not. Here's what you need to know, including what counts as a carb and how to choose carbs wisely.
Stop. Break. Eat. That's what snacks are all about. No matter how busy your life can get, healthy snacks are simple to bring along everywhere.
Take control of your health with a meal plan.
Even if you’ve already been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, you may be able to stop or slow the progression. Learn the simple keys to change, according to the experts.