Managing Meds

[su_quote cite=”Unknown”]There is no one giant step that does it. It’s a lot of little steps.[/su_quote] Tips Listen to Your Doctor Always follow your doctor’s instructions regarding your meds. Be sure to also read each prescription label and the printed information provided by your pharmacist. If you are confused about anything, ask the pharmacist or …

Time to Celebrate!

My Diabetes Home 2.0 is almost here. Take a look at the new features. My Diabetes Home has always been dedicated to providing you with the best way to manage your diabetes, and now we’re doing that with a brand new look! Created to simplify how you organize your diabetes information, My Diabetes Home 2.0 …

Seven ways to save money on diabetes supplies

Diabetes isn’t easy–on you or your wallet. Between glucose meters, test strips, and prescription medications, health care costs can add up quickly. Try some of these 7 steps to help you feel better about your diabetes and your bank account. Step 1: Talk it out People with type 1 diabetes often require different supplies than …

Importance of Glucagon + New Changes to the Medication

What is glucagon? Hypoglycemia–or extremely low blood sugar–is a condition that most commonly affects people with type 1 diabetes. If left untreated, hypoglycemia can turn serious or even fatal. Most of the time, low blood sugar can be treated with a small, sugar-rich snack or 15-20 grams of glucose tablets. But what happens when this …

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