Don’t Worry! Taking Insulin Is Normal in Diabetes Management

Misconceptions discourage you from following the right course of action or cause you to believe that you are not dedicated enough towards managing your diabetes.
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Forgot to Take Your Diabetes Medicine? Here’s What to Do About...

Frequent missed doses lead to serious health complications, both in the short and the long term.
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Here’s Why Keeping a Regular Check on Your BMI is Essential...

Your Body Mass Index can help you assess your risk of an underlying heart condition. Find out what this number means and what it can do for you.
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Healthy Snack Options to Curb Those Hunger Pangs

A hungry stomach can make it difficult for you to concentrate on your tasks. Here are some healthy snacks that you can make and munch on while you focus on your work.
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How Often Should Someone With Type 2 Diabetes Eat?

Whether it is diabetes prevention or treatment, having a healthy diet is fundamental to the lifestyle of people with diabetes.
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Prevent Hypoglycaemia With These Tips

Taking insulin is often the only way to keep one’s blood sugar in check, but there are times when this life-saving drug can cause very low blood sugar levels as well. Here’s how you can prevent the occurrence of this common but preventable complication.
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4 Exercises to Stay Physically Fit Even When it is Raining

Turn those lazy rainy days into guilt-free active days by following these simple home exercises.
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Simple Yoga and Breathing Exercises to Help You Lose Weight

Weight loss is difficult. But small changes to your lifestyle can help you attain your desired goal.

Is Intermittent Fasting Feasible and Useful in Diabetes?

Intermittent fasting has shown exciting initial results in weight loss, and in improving the blood sugar and lipid profile of people with diabetes.

Just Been Diagnosed With Diabetes? Here’s What To Do Now

Many people who have just been diagnosed go through a time of turbulence and upheaval. Here's why that should not be the case.