Understanding and managing diabetes
More than 37 million people in the United States have diabetes and 96 million U.S. adults—over a third—have prediabetes. Are you or your family at risk? Learn how simple lifestyle choices can make all the difference in managing diabetes.
Live well with diabetes
It’s very possible to live well with diabetes. Making healthy choices, using simple management tools and open communication with your provider is key. Discover these tips for living well.
Diabetes is a complex disease that increases your chances of health complications. Fortunately, you can take control of the diagnosis and lower your risks.
Eye problems from diabetes
Many people don’t associate diabetes with eye problems. But unmanaged diabetes can lead to vision loss and other eye conditions. Learn why regular screenings are crucial.
Diabetes and mental health
Depression and diabetes distress often go hand in hand, so it’s important to incorporate routine mental health screenings to help improve diabetes management, diabetes outcomes and overall quality of life. Start here if you have diabetes and struggle with stress or depression.
How unmanaged diabetes affects your cardiovascular risks
When you have diabetes, your risk of developing cardiovascular problems doubles. The good news? Learn how managing diabetes can also improve your heart health.
Find a care provider
Whether you’re looking to manage your diabetes or want to know your risk, you can find an Adventist Health provider near you.
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