Diabetes & Endocrine

No matter the type, having diabetes means that you have too much glucose in your blood, and watching your diet is just something you have to do to help manage diabetes. But it doesn’t have to be hard, and Mayo Clinic has a ton [...]
By Ali Skahan • November 28, 2016
Did you know September is Whole Grains Month? It may seem strange that there’s an entire month devoted to whole grains, but it’s because these little grains pack a big punch and can do wonders for your health! They've been linked to a [...]
By Ali Skahan • September 26, 2016
Everyone’s been told that exercise is a great way to lose weight, but even if you’re not trying to slim down, the benefits go far beyond just trimming your waistline. Certain exercises can help with diseases like COPD and type [...]
By Ali Skahan • September 12, 2016
Weather can change in an instant, and if you live somewhere where it’s 40 degrees one day and 80 the next, then you know exactly what we’re talking about. But did you know that fluctuating temperatures also affect your blood sugar levels? Both hot and cold weather extremes [...]
By Ali Skahan • September 2, 2016
By 2030, diabetes is predicted to be the 7th leading cause of death. That’s why this year’s World Health Day is dedicated to beating it. The good news is, there are things you can do to protect yourself! Healthy lifestyle choices can play a huge part in preventing [...]
By Kelsey Mohring • April 7, 2016