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How to Tell if Your Diabetes Medication Is Working

Since diabetes itself may difficult to identify, it may be also hard to notice if your diabetes medicine is working.

Expert Advice on Diabetes

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Who is the Best Candidate for Non-Insulin Injectables?

Non-insulin injectable drugs have been effective therapeutic options in diabetes care. Who should take them—and who shouldn't?
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The Pros and Cons of Non-Insulin Injections for Diabetes

It’s not uncommon to use additional therapy to reach your diabetes goals, and non-insulin injections are an option.
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More Convenient Diabetes Treatments

Along with more convenient delivery options for diabetes medications, there is also a wider variety of treatment choices.
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Avoid Complications with Diabetes

Diabetes affects your whole body. Make sure you’re managing it well to avoid serious complications.

Doctor and Patient Perspectives

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Non-insulin injectable medications can be a great option to help you control your diabetes and stay healthy.

Receiving a diagnosis of diabetes can change your entire world, but with the right tools and education, diabetes can help you live a healthier and fuller life.
10 Ways to Maintain Good Health With Diabetes

Managing diabetes goes beyond focusing on blood sugar levels. Follow these tips to get on the right path.

Managing Diabetes Day to Day

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8 Ways to Make Diabetic-Friendly Menu Choices

Here are simple ways you can eat out and still stick to your treatment plan.

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4 Ways Alcohol Affects Diabetes

Is it okay to have a drink if you're diabetic? Find out how alcohol fits into your diabetes care plan.
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Diabetes Treatment Options After Oral Medications Fail

For some people with diabetes, oral medications alone aren’t enough to control blood sugar levels long term.
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Breaking Down Diabetes Medication

There are many different ways to treat diabetes. Get to know them in this infographic.
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The Progression of Type 2 Diabetes Treatments

To treat diabetes, you’ve got to take certain steps to get things functioning well again.
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Non-Insulin Injectables and Weight Loss

Some non-insulin injectable medications have a welcome side effect for diabetics: weight loss.
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Oral Medications vs. Injectables for Diabetes

It may seem on the surface that oral medications and injectables work similarly, but there are some important distinctions.
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FAQs About Non-Insulin Injections

When it comes to diabetes, most people think of insulin as the main treatment. But there are other injection treatments available that don't use insulin.

How to Give Yourself a Non-Insulin Injection

A non-insulin injectable isn’t the same type of injection as the kind you might get at the doctor, and it’s not nearly as scary.

8 Steps to Kick-Start Your Diabetes Treatment Plan

Follow these steps to learn more about diabetes, and start moving toward a healthy lifestyle.

6 Day-to-Day Factors That Impact Diabetes Control

Understanding how your routine affects your disease can help you control diabetes.
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Diabetes Drugs: What Are My Choices?

The type of drug you take depends on what type of diabetes you have.

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