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September 7, 2023

Natural Disasters & Your Diabetes: How to Properly Prepare for Any Situation

Natural disasters can happen suddenly. Floods, earthquakes, and tornadoes can occur without warning. Hurricanes can be forecastable, but they can...


June 13, 2023

Everything You Need to Know When It Comes to Having a Backup Plan for Your Insulin Pump

Insulin pumps are a great way to manage diabetes. Pump therapy provides tighter control of blood glucose levels and provides...


June 11, 2023

Everything You Need to Know When It Comes to Having a Backup Plan for Your Continuous Glucose Monitor

Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs) are valuable tools to manage diabetes. They can help you track your blood sugar levels in...


June 9, 2023

Summer Camp for Kids Living with Diabetes: A Chance to Learn, Grow, and Have Fun

Summer camp is a great way for kids to have fun learn new things and make new friends. For children...


May 23, 2023

Enjoying Summer Sips While Keeping Your Blood Sugar in Check

Summer vacation is almost here. Many people are excited to relax and enjoy a refreshing adult drink. Like most things...


April 26, 2023

7 Things individuals living with diabetes can do to help lower their cancer risk

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommends the following list of things that people with diabetes can do to help lower their risk of cancer.


March 28, 2023

CCS Clinical Corner – National Nutrition Month®

While March has been National Nutrition Month, with the theme “Fuel for the Future,” we should continue to help individuals...


April 12, 2022

Take Care of Your Feet!

April is National Foot Health Awareness Month, a perfect time to focus on the importance of keeping our feet healthy....


April 5, 2022

What about Diabetes and Alcohol?

Having diabetes does not mean that you have to give up your favorite foods or beverages altogether. This includes alcohol....


March 16, 2022

Consider This A Wake-up Call

Did you know that more than 29 million Americans have diabetes, and that 8 million of those people are undiagnosed?...