DIABETES

Understand diabetes and how your body uses insulin to handle glucose. You'll also find information about the impact of diabetes on other systems in the body.
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What are the different types of diabetes?

Over 20 million Americans have diabetes and about one-third of those people are unaware that they even have it. You can learn more about the different types of diabetes from this article.

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    Diabetic Diets 101

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    Alcohol is everywhere -- when the family gathers, at cookouts, after the softball game, at parties. "What will you have?" someone asks. If you have diabetes, what do you say? See more »

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    Blood Sugar

    Monitoring your blood sugar is a vital part of the diabetes management process, and frequent self-monitoring is the key to successful diabetes care. Learn more about blood sugar and diabetes. See more »

  • Carbohydrates and Diabetes

    Carbohydrates and Diabetes

    If you suffer from diabetes, carbohydrates can help you maintain a healthy blood glucose level. Check out foods rich in carbohydrates, recommended intake, and the benefits of including carbohydrates in your diet. See more »

  • Diabetes and Exercise

    Diabetes and Exercise

    The three cornerstones in the treatment of diabetes are food, medications, and activity. Of these three, activity is often a first choice for the person who has diabetes. Learn how exercise can help treat diabetes. See more »

  • Diabetes Quiz

    Diabetes Quiz

    Test your knowledge of diabetes by taking this 10-question quiz. You may be surprised at the answers. See more »

  • Diabetes Risk Assessment

    Diabetes Risk Assessment

    Could you have diabetes and not know it? Learn more about diabetes by taking this diabetes risk assessment. See more »

  • Fasting Blood Glucose Test

    Fasting Blood Glucose Test

    If you suffer from diabetes, your doctor might order a fasting blood glucose test to check your blood glucose levels. Learn more facts about fasting blood glucose tests, diabetes, prevention, and treatment. See more »

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