A collaboration between UnidosUS and the American Association of Diabetes Educators raises awareness of a national program that improves the health and well-being of Latinos at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Extra planning is needed when a person with type 1 diabetes goes on a trip. Carla Cox shares 10 tips and some additional resources to ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure.
When it comes to Hispanic people with diabetes, many of us can find it particularly difficult to help them achieve their goals. We start asking ourselves: is it a cultural thing? Here are 5 misconceptions you should avoid as you try to get a better understanding.
Fall and winter bring back school, cooler temperatures, football and holidays. While you may look forward to many of these things, one visitor that you don’t want is the flu. Luckily vaccines are a way to avoid the flu and other terrible illnesses. Don’t risk serious illness or even death — get a vaccine check-up and ask about the important vaccines covered in our latest blog post.
There is so much information about diabetes published on a daily, even weekly basis, that reviewing and digesting it for clinical application can become overwhelming. You may have access to a wealth of information, but how do you keep up with it in a way that makes sense for your own practice? Jennifer Clements shares her 4 tips for staying current on diabetes literature.