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  • Vaping and E-Cigarettes: What You Need to Know

    Nov 12, 2019
    Vaping and e-cigarettes have been making news headlines lately, from the potential dangers they pose to youth to upcoming legislative action. While the facts are still emerging, diabetes care and education specialists may be receiving more questions about this topic from clients and colleagues, and should have an understanding of how to discuss these products.

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  • 5 Effective Communication Strategies to Implement This National Diabetes Month

    Nov 06, 2019
    Disparities in health literacy greatly affect self-management, particularly for those hit hard by type 2 diabetes in racial and ethnic minority communities. In fact, across disease states, health literacy is one of the greatest hurdles to improved outcomes. Incorporating these 5 communication techniques can help overcome health literacy barriers and improve a person’s self-management success.
  • Fires in California and Other Weather Emergencies are Especially Dangerous for People Living with Diabetes

    Oct 29, 2019
    Natural disasters can be particularly hazardous for those living with diabetes. The aftermath can leave survivors without food, water, clothes, shelter, power and medical supplies for days or even weeks. For a person with diabetes, the biggest possible risks during an emergency include not having medications or insulin, dehydration (which can lead to huge jumps in blood sugar) and lack of food available when blood sugars drop. However, being prepared can help reduce the chances of a possible life-threatening situation.



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