22018Jan
Surviving the Holidays with Hepatitis C

Surviving the Holidays with Hepatitis C

The holidays are a time for spreading cheer, spending time with loved ones and indulging in food and drink. Unfortunately, for those living with hepatitis C, it’s those things that can make holidays a difficult time of year. Hepatitis C symptoms can range from depression and anxiety to loss of appetite and different forms of…

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142017Dec
Recognizing Symptoms of Diabetes

Recognizing Symptoms of Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in America today. According to the American Diabetes Association, 30.3 million Americans had diabetes as of 2015, a number which has only grown since. With more than one million diagnoses each year, it’s important Americans learn to recognize developing symptoms and know when to be examined by…

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72017Dec
Managing Diabetes with the Help of Digital Apps

Managing Diabetes with the Help of Digital Apps

Managing diabetes on your own can be difficult, especially with the distractions of everyday life. Before the digital age, people with diabetes had to rely on journal logs, sticky notes, calendars and more to keep track of their health and doctor’s appointments, which only added to the stress of trying to accomplish other tasks throughout…

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52017Dec
How to Control Diabetes at Work

How to Control Diabetes at Work

The workplace is difficult enough to manage with frequent meetings, unpredictable hours, over-bearing bosses and the client/customer relationships many people have to juggle on a daily basis. Throw in diabetes management and you could find yourself vulnerable to serious health issues. Even those without diabetes often find it difficult to maintain a healthy diet at…

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302017Nov
Take a Stand Against Diabetes

Take a Stand Against Diabetes

It seems as though everyone knows someone with diabetes, whether it’s a mother, a grandfather, a friend or a coworker. In fact, according to the American Diabetes Association® (ADA), 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year, and diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States as of 2015. As a…

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