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Got first-shot fears? Ease apprehension (yours and your child's) and reduce the pain with these tried-and-true tips.
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Starting on a blood glucose-lowering medicine immediately upon diagnosis of type 2 diabetes is the new standard of care. We show you why prescription drugs play an important role in managing diabetes.
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Find out what you need to know about type 1 diabetes symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
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Take the worry and fear out of giving yourself insulin injections with this how-to guide. We give you super-simple steps so you'll know how to inject insulin simply, safely, and easily every...
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Whether you're at home or on the go, an insulin pen offers the benefits of accuracy, convenience, and confidence to people with diabetes. Here's how to use one safely and easily.
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Have you been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes but don't seem to fit the common type 2 profile? You could have another form of diabetes called latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA). Here are...
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With a little understanding of the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia, you can take steps to treat it before your blood sugar gets too low.

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People who have either type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes have the option of using an insulin pen rather than traditional insulin vials and syringes. Discover the type of insulin pen that best...

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Worried about you or your child's blood glucose dropping when you sleep? The right bedtime routine can help ease your mind. Putting a plan in place will alleviate stress and reduce the need...

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Learn how to recognize the signs of a blood sugar low (known as hypoglycemia), and what to do about it when it happens.

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