• Meat and Diabetes

    The World Health Organization (WHO) recently released a statement highlighting the potential risks of meat, especially processed meats like ham, bacon and sausage. According to evidence cited in the statement, consuming processed meats may pose […]

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  • Mediterranean Wrap

    Mediterranean Wrap

    Mediterranean Wrap This wrap is stuffed with chicken tenders and couscous with a hit of lemon and a healthy dose of fresh herbs. Save any leftovers to wrap up for an easy lunch. Serve with: […]

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  • Rethinking Thanksgiving Dinner

    Rethinking Thanksgiving Dinner

    Thanksgiving is next week, and for many Americans that means spending time with family, friends … and food. Lots of food. People who live with diabetes might find this food-centered holiday challenging, and no wonder: […]

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  • 5 Gorgeous Ways to Shake Up Your Makeup Routine

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  • Living with Diabetes in College: Charles

    Living with Diabetes in College: Charles

    For young adults living with diabetes, preparing for college can be a difficult time. Managing diabetes while trying to make sense of a new world, social network and expectations can be especially challenging. You’re not […]

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  • Keeping Up With the Diabetes News

    Keeping Up With the Diabetes News

    With the new year came a variety of diabetes-related news. First, reality show star Rob Kardashian was reportedly diagnosed with diabetes and hospitalized for diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). We can’t confirm or deny the specifics of […]

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  • Why I Give: Barbara’s Story

    Why I Give: Barbara’s Story

    During the holiday season, the American Diabetes Association® encourages people to share their story on why they give to our mission. Whether it’s through local events, planned giving, one-time donations or in memory of a […]

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  • Living with Diabetes in College: Katie

    Living with Diabetes in College: Katie

    For young adults living with diabetes, preparing for college can be a difficult time. Managing diabetes while trying to make sense of a new world, social network and expectations can be especially challenging. You’re not […]

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  • Why I Give: Isabella’s Story

    Why I Give: Isabella’s Story

    During the holiday season, the American Diabetes Association® encourages people to share their story on why they give. Whether it’s through local events, planned giving, annual donations or in memory of a loved one, these […]

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  • Countdown to New Year’s Eve Party Planning: The Diabetes Friendly Way

    Countdown to New Year’s Eve Party Planning: The Diabetes Friendly Way

    New Year’s Eve means lots of delicious food. You won’t be left out when you whip up some of these diabetes friendly dishes.     Right before making those New Year’s resolutions to cut back […]

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