Health & Wellness
Taking steps toward better sleep, healthier eating, stressing less, and staying fit can help make everyday life with diabetes a little more manageable. Discover strategies, recommendations, tips, and more.
Managing diabetes through the seasons
With the weather warming up, I find myself moving more and taking more of my workouts outside.
Sex is anything but simple.
Especially when you have type 1 diabetes.
As a virtual Diabetes Health Coach and someone who’s had type 1 diabetes for almost 20 years, Lauren Bongiorno hosted an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on her Instagram Stories answering several questions from her followers about
Hello and happy holidays!
Finally 2020 is coming to a close. There is no question that this year has been an extremely tough year...one that came with many challenges, but shined light on all the things that matter to us most.
LADA -- latent autoimmune diabetes in adults -- was first acknowledged in
Approximately 45 million Americans try to lose weight every year.
Summertime is here, and with it come more days spent at the pool, beach or enjoying other outdoor activities.
In the (almost) 20 years I’ve lived with type 1 diabetes, I have always maintained that this struggle has given me more than it has taken from me.
School’s back in session and in many parts of the country, the leaves are changing. That means one thing – it’s football season! One of the best things about football is the food that goes with it.
St. Patrick’s Day is here – time to flaunt your green garb and enjoy a pint with good friends, no matter their heritage. Eat, drink and be merry…but don’t let the leprechaun play tricks on your blood sugar.
Winter is here, and while many welcome the holidays, a change in food, clothes, and possibly a difference in activity with the change in daylight, for some it can be a time that brings a change in mood that affects many aspects of daily life.