All about Metformin

Metformin belongs to the family of Biguanides which are the drugs that increase insulin sensitivity and therefore have a beneficial effect in blood glucose management, particularly in insulin resistance.

Heart Attacks and Type 2 Diabetes

Adults with diabetes are nearly twice as likely to die from heart disease or stroke. Learn more about the risks of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes.

How to Build Your Diet

Building a comprehensive healthy diet is crucial to good diabetes management.

All about Glucagon

Besides being a hormone that occurs naturally in the body, glucagon is also an emergency medicine used when a person with diabetes is experiencing hypoglycemia and cannot take sugar orally or in non-emergency situations with mini-dosing to prevent "glycemic overshoot."

Learning About Blood Glucose Levels

Different studies and publications indicate that the appearance of complications will depend on monitoring blood sugars. To delay complications, it's vital that we work to maintain adequate blood glucose levels.

Diabetes Myths Debunked

We're debunking the most frequent myths that we hear in the diabetes community.

Insulin and Weight Gain

Many people believe that insulin makes us gain weight automatically, but it's a little bit more complicated than that. Let's talk about this interesting topic.

Dental Health and Type 2 Diabetes

Committing to manage diabetes is a team effort. This team is integrated by people living with diabetes and the multidisciplinary care team where the dentist,or stomatologist, is a fundamental part of medical care

Diabetes Management and Food while Partying

How do you chose healthy options at parties and when eating out? Here are some simple, and funny tips you might want to try.

Test Strip Subscription Guide

It’s no secret that the cost of diabetes has been getting a lot of attention lately, and most of it’s been negative. The price tag on general necessities like health insurance, paying for insulin and other medications, and purchasing the other tools and supplies you require to successfully manage your Type 2 all add up.