• Diabetes Management Tips from Dr. Natalie Strand

    Diabetes Management Tips from Dr. Natalie Strand

    Those living with diabetes may find it a challenge to stay healthy—everyone can have conflicts when searching for the right balance of healthy habits, such as exercise, eating well and keeping your teeth and gums […]

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  • #DearDiabetes: Michael Eisenstein

    #DearDiabetes: Michael Eisenstein

    Dear Diabetes, Is that what they call you? My intimate stranger who invades every bit of me. They should call you out, put you on the FBI’s Most Wanted list and turn you into D […]

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  • #DearDiabetes: Mara Darsow

    #DearDiabetes: Mara Darsow

    Dear Diabetes, How are you these days? I see you are continuing to do your thing, sneaking up on people—quietly and efficiently moving in while no one is paying much attention, bringing all your nasty […]

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  • America’s Diabetes Challenge: Thank you from Tim McGraw

    America’s Diabetes Challenge: Thank you from Tim McGraw

    Diabetes has impacted my family, friends and fans, and I know that November is an important time for the community, as it marks American Diabetes Month®. November is also a time to come together with […]

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  • Make Insulin Affordable: An update from William T. Cefalu

    Make Insulin Affordable: An update from William T. Cefalu

    “I am a single mom with type 1 diabetes. Sometimes I have to choose between paying for my insulin and feeding my son. No one should have to make a choice like that.” –E.R., Oklahoma […]

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  • #DearDiabetes: William T. Cefalu

    #DearDiabetes: William T. Cefalu

    Dear Diabetes, Thankfully, you and I have yet to meet in person. But, unfortunately, you have made yourself well known to many of my friends, colleagues and countless patients of mine whose lives you have […]

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  • #DearDiabetes: LaShawn McIver

    #DearDiabetes: LaShawn McIver

    Dear Diabetes, I will never forget the day I was introduced to you. I met you through a friend of the family and then later found out you already knew several members of my family. […]

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  • #DearDiabetes: Martha Clark

    #DearDiabetes: Martha Clark

    Dear Diabetes, You moved in 42 years ago… unexpectedly, uninvited and unwelcome… like a high-maintenance relative who requires my constant attention. At first they told me to be patient… that they knew how to get […]

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  • Diagnosis, Education and Planning: Amy’s Type 2 Diabetes Story

    Diagnosis, Education and Planning: Amy’s Type 2 Diabetes Story

    When Amy was initially diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, she was both discouraged and overwhelmed. Mustering all the courage she had, she soon took the first step toward managing the disease by pledging to herself […]

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  • Building a Culture of Health in the Workplace

    Building a Culture of Health in the Workplace

    One of the most important elements of a worksite wellness program is building a healthy internal environment. Working adults spend more waking hours at work than anywhere else; it only makes sense that work is […]

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