• Live. Work. Play: Michael’s Diabetes Story

    Live. Work. Play: Michael’s Diabetes Story

    Working for the American Diabetes Association® means making a difference for millions of people and working toward a future free of diabetes and all its burdens. We all have a story to share. Some of […]

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  • Eat Well to Celebrate National Nutrition Month

    Eat Well to Celebrate National Nutrition Month

    Have you ever wondered, “What can I eat?” You’re not alone! For many people, choosing foods is one of the most challenging aspects of managing diabetes. Let the American Diabetes Association® be your source of […]

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  • Dear Diabetes: Diabetes and Menopause

    Menopause, or the ceasing of menstruation, is a normal part of aging in women. It usually occurs in a woman’s 40s or 50s, when levels of estrogen and progesterone, the hormones that control the monthly […]

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  • Live. Work. Play: Simintha’s Diabetes Story

    Live. Work. Play: Simintha’s Diabetes Story

    Working for the American Diabetes Association® means making a difference for millions of people and working toward a future free of diabetes and all its burdens. We all have a story to share. Some of […]

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  • Around the World in 7 Meals

    Around the World in 7 Meals

    It’s not unusual this time of year to experience a bit of cabin fever. Here’s an idea to break up the routine: Enjoy an international culinary adventure right at home! Read on for some cooking […]

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  • Join our #AsktheRD Twitter Chat — March 9 at 7 p.m. ET!

    Join our #AsktheRD Twitter Chat — March 9 at 7 p.m. ET!

    Knowing what to eat can be confusing. Everywhere you turn, there is news about what is or isn’t good for you. But a few evidence-based tips have weathered the fad diets and withstood the test of […]

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  • Living with Diabetes in College: Deanelle

    Living with Diabetes in College: Deanelle

    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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  • How Many Carbs Are In …

    How Many Carbs Are In …

    Have you ever wondered how many carbohydrates are in the serving of blueberries you often have as a healthful snack? Or the carb count of that go-to veggie you often add to sauces and stews? And […]

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  • Your Rights, One Voice: Kevin’s Story

    Your Rights, One Voice: Kevin’s Story

    Sandy of Encinitas, California, needed some help on behalf of her son Kevin, a seventh grader. Kevin, who has type 1 diabetes, had a 504 Plan in elementary school, but it didn’t carry over to […]

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  • The DX Diabetes Dish: Victor Garber

    The DX Diabetes Dish: Victor Garber

    Victor Garber is a multi-talented Canadian-born actor of stage and screen, currently shooting a series for the CW network in Vancouver, called Legends of Tomorrow, a spinoff of The Flash and Arrow. Garber was diagnosed with […]

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