National Heart Month

Heart


Expert columnist Wil Dubois gives you a closer look at a leading diabetes complication.
Your Heart Is In Your Hands

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among people with diabetes. Love your heart and keep your health. Find our your risk for developing heart disease.
Heart Assessment Quiz

February is not only Heart Month, but the month of love – Valentine's Day! Find out how to celebrate this sweet holiday and keep your diabetes in check.
Diabetes-Friendly Valentine's Day

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among people with diabetes, yet much of the population remains unaware of the risk. Learn about the various heart complications that can arise and find out what you can do to prevent them.
Heart Complications

What happens on a trip to the heart specialist? dLifeTV went along on a visit to find out. Watch and learn!
Diabetes Heart Complications

Healthy eating is one of the best ways to take care of your heart. Expert columnist Lara Rondinelli breaks down the nutrition recommendations and gives tips on how to follow those guidelines to decrease your risk for developing heart disease.
Nutrition Tips for Your Heart

Not sure of how to start eating right for your heart? Expert columnist Lara Rondinelli starts you out right with explanations of healthy fat, fiber, and fish. Plus, you'll find a delectable salmon recipe that tastes as good as it is good for you!
Love Your Heart

We all know exercise is important for healthy living and for successful diabetes management, but getting started can be daunting if you don't already have an exercise regimen. Expert columnist Sheri Colberg-Ochs gets you started.
Exercise for a Healthy Heart

Last Modified Date: February 11, 2015

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