Adam Morrison’s life has always been a straight shot for the
NBA, and his diagnosis with type 1 diabetes at age 14 didn’t
change his trajectory at all. An intense, clear-headed young
man, he’s able to manage his diabetes and play pro ball
without making a big production of it. And he’s an
inspiration to diabetic kids who need a hero to look up to.
Type 2 Medications
It’s a jungle out there when it comes to type 2 meds.
Between the -ides, the -ones, the -ureas, and the -ages,
there’s enough going on to make your head spin. Our handy
chart brings order to this seeming chaos.
Sex and Diabetes
Although men have gotten most of the attention when it comes
to sexual effects of diabetes, women have their own issues.
Our articles on women and men take you through the problems
diabetes can bring to sex, AND how to solve them.
The Raw Story
Raw vegetables, those delicious heaps of enzyme-laden fiber,
helped one woman lower her insulin requirements and hold down
My Own Injection
Letters to the Editor
How do high BG’s affect emotions?
Could your type 1 kid be depressed?
Dental complications correlated with duration and severity of type 1
Few Edmonton Protocol islet transplants last over a year
Mindless eating blamed for obesity
Pycnogenol reduces diabetic microangiopathy
Drinking coffee reduces risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Oral Meds Research News
Actos studies reviewed
Metformin associated with vitamin B12 deficiency
Another spray insulin on the way
Walmart drops prices for diabetic drugs
Then & Now
Nancy tested her own A1C level on a lark and was shocked
at what she learned. But when it came to doing something
about it, she was off and running.
Food for Thought
New pasta and diet drink announced
Trans fats banned in New York
Teriyaki Salmon with Scallions
Skewered Scampi of Love
Up & Pumping
With cool new skins, kids can personalize their Paradigm insulin pumps
Miscoded BG meters can lead to serious insulin errors
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