Holiday Resources (Continued)
Toasting the Season
Cheers to you, yours, and your diabetes! Make sure you have all the facts on enjoying that holiday cocktail and good health.
Taking Care of your MistleToes
Looking for shoes that showcase your savvy but don't sacrifice your safety? Read dLife columnist Joy Pape's article on diabetes and holiday footwear.
Coping with the Stress of the Season
Don't think you can make it through another year of parties and holiday pressures? Here are seven tips for making it through the season with your sanity and blood sugar intact.
Diabetes and Weather
Keeping safe and having fun in winter weather.
Eating and Cooking Tips for a Healthy Holiday
Great holiday pointers from expert columnist Lara Rondinelli.
Have the Holiday Blues?
Expert columnist Janis Roszler offers some tips for coping with winter sadness.
Controlling Holiday Excesses
Melissa Conrad Stppler talks about healthy restraint.
Trim Your To-Do List
Viewpoints columnist Deanna Glick has some sanity-saving suggestions.
Have a Healthy Holiday
Expert columnist Lara Rondinelli helps you survive the holidays this year while still remaining healthy by eating smart and following a few tips.
Diabetes and Special Occasions
Don't let diabetes keep you away from celebrations and gatherings with friends and family. Follow these simple tips for making it through, and enjoying, special occasions.
A dLife Holiday
Former dLifeTV host Nicole Johnson shows us how she makes her holiday season healthier.
The Winter Blahs
Sometimes the snowy season makes you feel down. Knowing the facts about diabetes and depression can help you through a tougher time.
Chicken Encilantrada Spinach-Ricotta Bake Whole Wheat Maple Bread Almond Snack Mix Miso Soup with Enoki Mushrooms Teriyaki Strips Pear and Apple Kabobs Cranberry-Nut Wheat Loaf Veal with Tomatoes Ocean Spray® Pink Frosties
Many people say that depression is a side effect or complication of diabetes. Without discounting the association of the psychological condition with the physical one, I'm not convinced that our high and/or unstable glucose levels are directly responsible for that change in our mental state. My belief is that the unrelenting need for self-care, for following the sort of care schedules that can drive licensed, professional caregivers crazy, is what overwhelms us...