It's never too late to quit smoking. Quitting smoking now improves your health and reduces your risk of heart disease, cancer, lung disease, and other smoking-related illnesses. There are many resources available to help you quit smoking, including quitlines, educational materials, Web sites, and support groups. You can also talk to your doctor about other strategies for quitting that may be right for you.
You have to monitor your blood sugar, eat the right foods, exercise, take your medication, and visit your medical provider regularly.
Often, when people are diagnosed with diabetes, they don't know where to begin. One way is to change the amount of food you are already eating. Focus on filling your plate with non-starchy vegetables and having smaller portions of starchy foods and meats.
Diabetes 24/7 is a personal health record that allows you to manage your diabetes and share valuable health information with others on your health care team.
This urban-growth destination supports local farming and healthy eating.
Find fresh ways to get the low-glycemic foods you need.
Find new ways to overcome the difficulties of this disease.
Fine-tune the way your body processes calories.
A new innovative foot and ankle clinic debuts on the Northshore.