You ordered Diet Coke but is that what arrived? It tastes ... funny. But you're not sure. Do your lips feel sticky? Or is that your imagination?
7/18/2019 by admin
Telehealth can improve not only population health management but also patient outcomes through the adoption of innovative healthcare solutions targeted at diabetes management.
6/5/2019 by mySugr
You probably already know that eye health is important when living with diabetes. I’m happy to report that after living with diabetes for about 40 years, my eyes are in...
4/9/2019 by Scott Johnson
This is part 2 of an article series geared towards diabetes and sexual health for all the ladies in the room.
3/7/2019 by Heather Nelson
The mySugr team, collectively, has been living with diabetes for a long time. Hundreds of years. That small fact is a driving force in all we do. We live it....
3/4/2019 by Scott Johnson
There are a lot of fancy and complicated words that come with diabetes, and it’s hard to know what they mean.
1/31/2019 by mySugr
You see it everywhere. On tabloids in checkout lines, on magazine stands, and in who knows how many messages in your email SPAM folder.
1/22/2019 by Scott Johnson
Have you ever had something to eat or drink and were surprised by high blood sugars afterward? Congratulations! You found a source of surprise carbs!
1/17/2019 by mySugr
Carbohydrates, or carbs for short, are sort of a dirty word these days thanks to the diet industry. Low-carb diets are all the rage.
1/15/2019 by mySugr
Structured checking supports your routine or daily checking by giving you deeper, more targeted data to work from.(1)
1/11/2019 by mySugr
Sure, we've all heard "oh, you have diabetes? My aunt/grandpa/cat had diabetes." We can't really blame them, can we?
1/8/2019 by mySugr
Everyone’s heard a little bit about diabetes. If you haven’t been diagnosed, chances are pretty good that you know someone who has been.
1/7/2019 by mySugr
Have you ever heard the phrase "metabolic syndrome?" If not, it's something you might want to pay attention to.
1/4/2019 by mySugr
For people with a new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, it can come as a major shock.
1/2/2019 by mySugr
Any gathering is a good opportunity to talk about drinking alcohol with diabetes and the effect on blood sugar, right?
12/28/2018 by Scott Johnson
The holidays are a wonderful time to gather with loved ones and celebrate traditions, new and old.
12/12/2018 by mySugr
The end of the year means a lot of things. Holidays, often a lot of snow, and a time to reflect on the past year and plan for the next...
12/5/2018 by mySugr
Diabetes is called the “silent killer” because once symptoms appear, the damage has already started. But why does high blood sugar cause all these problems in the first place?
11/16/2018 by mySugr
Frederick Banting discovered insulin in 1921 with his assistant Charles Best, saving millions of people with diabetes. He was born on November 14th, 1891 in Canada.
11/14/2018 by mySugr
95 years is a long time, at least as far as age is concerned, but considering that our life-giving insulin was only discovered 95 years ago, that time seems somehow...
11/9/2018 by mySugr