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Empowering Your Diabetes Journey: Comprehensive Education and Support

Whether you’ve recently been diagnosed with diabetes or have been living with it for years, our goal is to provide you with the knowledge and support you need to navigate the challenges of this condition. Our team of experienced healthcare professionals and diabetes experts have created a wealth of educational content to address various aspects of diabetes care, including diet, exercise, medication management, monitoring blood glucose levels, quality of life, lifestyle guidance, and understanding the latest advancements in treatment options.

Within our Diabetes Education Hub, you’ll find a wide range of articles, videos, interactive tools, and resources to help you gain a deeper understanding of diabetes and its management. We cover topics such as meal planning, portion control, managing insulin, preventing complications, coping with the emotional impact of diabetes, and much more. Our content is designed to be informative, practical, and easy to comprehend, ensuring that you can apply the knowledge directly to your daily life.
Take the first step towards enhancing your diabetes management by exploring our Diabetes Education Hub today. We’re here to guide you every step of the way.
Remember, with Care4Sugar, you’re never alone in your diabetes journey.

Research Hub

Source: Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology
Background: This study investigated continuous glucose profiles in nondiabetic subjects. Methods: Continuous interstitial glucose measurement was performed under everyday life conditions (2 days) and after ingestion of four meals with...
Source: International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Type 2 diabetes (T2D) has been considered a relentlessly worsening disease, due to the progressive deterioration of the pancreatic beta cell functional mass. Recent evidence indicates, however, that remission of...
Source: Newcastle University
New research has revealed that insulin-producing beta cells begin working again in people who are in remission of Type 2 diabetes. This means that if remission is achieved, the insulin-producing...
Source: Frontiers in pharmacology
Type two diabetes (T2D) is a challenging metabolic disorder for which a cure has not yet been found. Its etiology is associated with several phenomena, including significant loss of insulin-producing,...
We review the latest breakthroughs in diabetes care – top discoveries and developments of 2022, from beta cell regeneration to personalized medicine and digital health solutions. These advancements are shaping...
The World Health Organization (WHO) and International Diabetes Federation (IDF) have projected that the number of diabetes cases will increase to 366 million by 2030, an increase of 214% compared...

Patient Education

Papaya and Blood Sugar
Introduction to Glycemic Responses and Prediabetes The consumption of fruits like papaya is often surrounded by cautionary advice for those...
Prediabetes Reversal
Prediabetes, a prevalent yet often undiagnosed condition, affects over one-third of the American population. Characterized by elevated blood sugar levels,...
palm sugar benefits
What is Palm Sugar? Palm sugar is a natural sweetener that is derived from the sap of various species of...
is radish good for diabetes
What is diabetes? Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects the body’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels. It occurs...
diabetic snacks online
Understanding the importance of diabetic snacks Diabetic snacks play a crucial role in managing blood sugar levels and maintaining a...
gram pulse
What is Gram Pulse? Gram pulse, also known as chickpea or Bengal gram, is a legume that belongs to the...

Inspiring Stories

The most important relationship in my life is with a piece of technology. It’s attached to my body 24/7 and I can not live without it. No, it’s not my...
Nan Hilton was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 2006 at 23 years old.  After years of taking medications and insulin, she made lifestyle modifications resulting in a 90 pound...
When Helen Rogers was at her heaviest, she was miserable and would often not leave her house for days on end. The 56-year-old was 20st 8.5lbs, battling type 2 diabetes...
It was on the playground at my elementary school in the second grade where I first started playing basketball. Playing a sport was an indescribable joy, allowing me to open...
After living with type 2 diabetes for a decade, Ann Geoghegan was used to feeling exhausted all the time, struggling with her weight and failing to control her blood sugar...

Latest Updates

Date: September 25, 2023
Uprising Numbers in Type 2 Diabetes Recent research suggests that the US has seen a substantial increase in type 2 diabetes cases among its youth post the COVID-19 outbreak. Strikingly,...
Date: June 29, 2023
In a recent development, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) cancer research agency, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), has stated that the artificial sweetener aspartame is classified as...
Source: www.healio.com
Date: December 2, 2022
Adults with an elevated level of pancreatic fat have higher risk for developing incident diabetes, but weight loss may be able to lower diabetes risk by reducing fat levels and increasing pancreatic...
Source: www.massgeneral.org
Date: February 24, 2022
Many COVID-19 patients newly diagnosed with diabetes during hospital admission may in fact have a temporary form of the disease related to the acute stress of the viral infection and...
Source: news.keckmedicine.org
Date: March 16, 2023
Diabetes is a chronic condition where the body does not produce or effectively use insulin. A lack of insulin leads to raised blood glucose (sugar) levels, which can cause heart...
Source: www.nih.gov
Date: September 21, 2022
In a large clinical trial that directly compared four drugs commonly used to treat type 2 diabetes, researchers found that insulin glargine and liraglutide performed the best of four medications...

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