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Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in the United States.  Here are some exciting advances in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.

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Are You in Diabetes Denial?

If you don’t believe that your diabetes is serious, you will be putting yourself in danger.

Diabetes and Bladder Infections

If you have diabetes, you are up to twice as likely as those without the disease to develop these often painful infections. But there’s a lot you can do to avoid them and to ease your discomfort when they do strike.

What Diabetes Does to Your Kidneys

Diabetes can lead to chronic kidney disease.

Managing High Blood Pressure with Diabetes

If you have both diabetes and hypertension, you're at a much greater risk for cardiovascular disease.

The Diabetes Epidemic in African-Americans

African-Americans are almost twice as likely to have type 2 diabetes than non-Hispanic whites.

Diabetes Video Network

Exercising with diabetes can provide you with all kinds of health benefits.

It's important to be able to communicate with your doctor if you have diabetes.

Vitamin Deficiencies and Diabetes

Studies suggest a lack of certain nutrients in your diet may affect how diabetes develops.

How Thyroid Disease Affects Diabetes

If thyroid disease goes untreated, it can make your diabetes worse.

Facing the Stigma of Diabetes

Have you ever felt embarrassed or judged because you have diabetes? You’re not alone.

The Diabetes-Heart Disease Connection

High blood sugar and other diabetes-related problems harm the heart in several major ways.

Understanding the Results of Your A1C Test

This test is the best way for you to know whether your blood sugar is under control.

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