Food Safety 101
The top steps you can take to avoid food-related illness
The top steps you can take to avoid food-related illness
Tips for lowering your chances of getting a foodborne illness while eating out
Tips on how to ensure food safety at restaurants
The fruits and veggies most likely to have chemical residue
Simple steps to dramatically cut your risk for food-related illness
How to avoid contaminated products in the grocery store
How to refrigerate and freeze foods to cut the risk of illness
Top pathogens that cause foodborne illness and how they affect your health
Why mercury and BPA matter—and how to avoid them
A typical toast topper takes a starring role in a tangy-sweet glaze for pork loin
I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2012 when my A1C reached 6.6 percent. I have been treating it with changes in my eating plan. I...
Myths and fears about insulin abound. Here’s a quick look at the truth
I have been a type 2 for 15 years. I started with metformin, then glipizide, then 24-hour Levemir (insulin detemir), now Apidra (insulin...
Gordon Smith uses the “hot sauce” way of probing how weight loss can ease neuropathy
Tried-and-true tactics for fine-tuning your techniques and attitudes
The procedures show dramatic results—and raise hopes for more progress
Heart and diabetes guidelines reflect findings that more isn’t always better
What to bring a primary care provider, what to ask, and how to follow through
How you can prevent and fight diabetes-related complications
Native Youth Preventing Diabetes is for American Indian kids ages 8 to 12
Three recipes that power up the first meal of the day in surprising ways
The TV stars make healthy living their goal while spreading the word
Bernadette D’Antonio is an active role model for seniors with diabetes
Volunteer Rod Carter helps the ADA and his mother at the same time
Basma Abdellaoui, 17, of San Diego, already is a volunteer with a super track record
Some facts and figures about the ADA’s annual fund-raising walks
A little planning will help make sure your child’s outing is a safe one
For the volunteer ADA advocacy chair, the personal really is political
8 tips for caregivers on how to help loved ones adjust to a “new normal”
There is no “diabetes diet,” but the ADA does offer top tips for eating well
Gymnast Lisette Bair, 8, learns what’s she capable of doing with type 1 diabetes
I have prediabetes. How does that affect my chances of developing type 2 diabetes? I’ve heard that if you do nothing to change your diet...
Paul Binder of the Big Apple Circus has fended off type 2 like a lion tamer
A Samoan novelist tackles her type 2 diabetes and becomes a role model
George King studies long-lived diabetes patients to discover their secrets to success
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It’s worth consulting your health care team to find workouts you can do
Three ways to use leftovers and double up on delicious meals
“Bionic” volunteers venture into the real world of ice cream and red wine
The ADA joins a Boston nonprofit in bringing food and shoes to people in need
Illinois students put their own spin on the School Walk for Diabetes program
Carly Lenett, 8, hits the pool to increase diabetes awareness
Are big swings in blood glucose a condition or the result of improper treatment?
My 13-year-old daughter has had diabetes for over a year. She is getting depressed about everything, and her sugar levels are staying in...
How to tell healthy fats from unhealthy ones—and why it matters
50 years after winning Olympic gold, he still inspires the diabetes community
Vehicle donations support the American Diabetes Association
Figuring out who needs to know for safety’s sake—and who doesn’t
How you think about your fitness routine can help you stick to it
Regular checkups are critical, but unneeded procedures may do more harm than good
Colorful recipes built around red peppers, red Swiss chard, and beets
Synthetic meat, nano nutrients, and insects may be tomorrow’s healthy dishes
I was diagnosed with LADA in 2010, and my A1C continued to increase until I began insulin injections. Is LADA, or any type of diabetes,...
Latha Palaniappan studies tailoring treatment for different Asian groups
Enjoying a sense of wonder about changes the “Mozart hormone” orchestrates in the body
The nutrition label on my bottle of safflower oil lists 1 gram per serving of saturated fat, 2 grams of polyunsaturated fat, and 11 grams...
How to make sleep work for your health: answers to 6 key questions
Here’s how to get a good night’s rest and reap health benefits
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These books offer a wealth of info for newbies and veterans alike
Text-message support enhances Living With Type 2 Diabetes
Cross-country star fine-tunes his diabetes management for Sochi
The pros and cons of using the glycemic index for carb counting and meal planning
A doctor's take on setting realistic diabetes health goals, plus tech tools that can help you
Find the medication that’s right for you among the many that are available.
Rapid-acting, long-acting, and more types of insulin provide tailor-made blood glucose control.
Some newer medications can help you lose weight.
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Irene Schauer probes what’s behind insulin resistance in type 1 diabetes
3 generations of women and how they manage their diabetes
Changing your cooking methods adds variety to your table
Use a quick test to avoid dangerous diabetic ketoacidosis
They bring grab-and-go convenience to taking shots
Rick Admani, Rachael Jacques, and Renee Tobias have developed products to make life with diabetes easier
15 tools to make life with injections a little easier
Is the trend your friend? A CGM tracks blood glucose ups and downs
Sweet gels, tablets, liquids, and bits for treating lows efficiently
Will meters be more accurate? And getting the most from what you have
Take back your rest while preventing overnight blood glucose lows
7 products-to-be offer a look at what’s coming in diabetes care
Your guide to 180 tools for living well with diabetes, plus a look at new health technology on the horizon
Readers pass along favorite smartphone health apps
The Order of the Amaranth’s fund-raising sets “an incredible example”
Technology is best when it heightens doctor-patient interaction
Police get training to distinguish hypoglycemia from intoxication
Some homework will help you get the most from your doctor visit
How to choose the kind of insulin delivery that’s right for you
These devices are the closest thing to a pancreas—so far
Football linebacker Brandon Denson’s workout and food choices
How one man with type 1 uses diabetes devices in his daily life
A family history of type 2 spurs a football star to get involved
From fashion to pain relief, these entrepreneurs turned ideas into reality
Training dogs to alert people with diabetes to low blood glucose
A cute vibrating bee eases the fear and sting of injections
Hand-sewn accessories boost insulin pumps' "cool" quotient
I had 60 percent of my pancreas removed because of a kidney cancer. I was left with insulin-dependent diabetes. Is surgically induced...
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You’ve probably seen David and Tamela Mann on television: The two are stars in Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns, in syndication on TBS and other stations across the country. The Manns have shared their tips and tricks for healthy living, and guess what: When it comes to managing diabetes, they focus on the basics. Read more >