A Diabetic Life is a blog about my journey with type 2 diabetes and the things I'm learning as I stumble along. There's new stuff to discover, and if you are a type 2 diabetic or love someone who is, you can learn with me.
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Diabetic bread is words of encouragement given to help you make it through this day with type 2 diabetes.
The diabetic power of touch has a scientific base in oxytocin that is released when you hug.
Diabetic sleep disorders connect at sleep apnea and short sleep time. Improve your sleep and you will improve your diabetes too.
Diabetes and sleep apnea combine to make a killer disease. They lead to obesity and heart disease, fatigue and high blood sugars. But there is hope.
Diabetes and melatonin connect inside our genes. If we fix this problem, we will improve type 2 diabetes.
Insulin pens make a diabetic's life easier. If you inject insulin, here are some facts you should know.
Diabetic hemoglobin A1C goals may be too low for older diabetics. Here is why and what some doctors think should change.
Type 2 diabetic amputation can be the result of aging with diabetes. But it does not have to happen to you.