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Diabetes News – July 2023

Celebrating National Ice Cream Month: Indulging in Moderation for People with Diabetes   July is not only a month of warm weather and sunshine but also a time to celebrate National Ice Cream Month. While ice cream may seem off-limits for individuals with diabetes, it doesn’t have to be completely avoided. With mindful choices and […]

Diabetes News – March 2023

National Nutrition Month This month we are celebrating National Nutrition Month. Spring is coming and soon we will be able to go outside and enjoy the sunlight again! Fueling your body with nourishing foods is a great way to prepare for a bright, fun, and active spring! This celebration was created by the Academy of […]

Diabetes News – February 2023

AMERICAN  HEART MONTH Traditionally the month for lovers and all things pink and red, February also reminds us to take care of our heart with the recognition of American Heart Month. If you or someone you love has diabetes it is very important to pay attention to heart health as the two conditions are directly […]

Diabetes News – November 2022

NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL DIABETES MONTH November is National Diabetes Month, a time when communities across the country team up to bring attention to diabetes. This year’s focus is on managing diabetes by building your health care team. Diabetes is a disease that occurs when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high. It […]

Diabetes News – August 2022

August is National Immunization Awareness Month Immunizations are an important part of yearly checkups and not just for kids. Each year thousands of adults in the United States get sick from diseases that could be prevented by vaccines — some people are hospitalized, and some even die. People with diabetes (both type 1 and type […]

Diabetes News – June 2022

June is National Men’s Health Month Out of the 15 leading causes of death, men lead women in all of them except Alzheimer’s disease, which many men don’t live long enough to develop. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, men die five years earlier than women and die at higher rates from three leading […]