People living with diabetes may be at risk of developing heart disease up to 15 years earlier compared to people who don’t have this condition.
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If you have a foot blister that’s blue and red under the skin, and isn’t healing, it may be a sign of a diabetes-related foot problem.
Don’t underestimate the power of good choices and planning ahead when it comes to managing your diabetes.
Patients and their families are sometimes surprised to hear about the ways cigarettes can affect their bodies.
Managing diabetes requires many different tools working together, which can include exercise, medications and diet.
Staff at Sunnybrook are volunteering to live with diabetes for one week to help understand what patients go through.
Tips to reduce risk of diabetes during pregnancy, manage weight, reduce aches and pains and improve fitness in preparation for the big day.