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Stay-At-Home Fitness
By Chris Sparling

Though you are sure to find people with diabetes working out in a gym or health club, many instead prefer the greater sense of safety they feel while working out in the comfort of their own homes. Here, they are they are better equipped to deal with hypoglycemic episodes or unexpected blood sugar spikes.

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Reviewed by Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, FACSM 07/13


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by Nicole Purcell
I have spent the past three days dealing with an evil stomach bug. Gastro issues, bloodsugar issues and a headache for the ages - along with a low grade fever - left me in bed trying (and mostly failing) to rest. I'm back at work today after two sick days, but still on slo-mo. Weird bloodsugars are always my "getting sick" miner's canary. Everyone knows what a miner's canary is, right? Back in the day, miners would keep a caged bird (often a canary) with them in the mine....