If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you’re sure to have questions about the best food choices you can make to keep your diabetes in check. Food is one of three ways people with diabetes manage their blood sugar. The others are exercise and medication.
Spend some time in the greeting card aisle or looking at ads for skin care products and you might start to thinking that all that’s in store for women over the age of 50 is weight gain, sagging skin, and thinning hair. Yikes! In fact, things have never been better for women of a certain age.
Staying closer to home this past year may have made you a lot more familiar with your kitchen. Perhaps you’ve even become a better cook! But have you also become a “better eater?” If improved nutrition is still on your to-do list, you’ve come to the right blog post!
When you watch your favorite athlete play, or your favorite singer perform, it’s hard to imagine they might be among the 35 million Americans living with urinary incontinence.
When it comes to staying healthy, Thomas Jefferson had the right idea when he said: “Leave all the afternoon for exercise and recreation, which are as necessary as reading. I will rather say more necessary because health is worth more than learning!”
Congratulations! You’ve decided to use a Continuous Glucose Monitor, the no-fingerstick alternative to blood glucose monitoring. Known as CGMs, these wearable devices are reliable and convenient and can check your glucose levels much more often than the traditional fingerstick method.
Pressure ulcers, also known as bedsores, are an unfortunate potential side effect of any condition that makes it difficult to move. Too much pressure on one part of the body for an extended time can result in a pressure ulcer.