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You don’t have to tackle this on your own. We’re right here with you. We’ve put together this a list full of information and tools you can use to live your life to the fullest.

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8 Easy Ways Walkers Can Become Runners

If you’re used to walking, these simple steps (pun intended) can make it easy to take your workout to the next level.

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Exactly How Often You Need to Get Up from Your Desk to Avoid Disease

“Sitting disease” has been called the new smoking, but this tip from brand-new findings can help minimize your risk.

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The Irreversible Disease You Can Get from High Blood Sugar (It’s Not Diabetes)

Obviously high blood sugar is a one-way ticket to diabetes—but it could lead to another devastating illness, according to new research.

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What the Heck Is Jackfruit, and Why Is It the New Meat Replacement?

If you don’t know jack about jackfruit, pay attention, because you’re about to meet your new protein substitute.

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What to Drink at the Bar if You Want to Lose Weight

No, you’re not stuck with only vodka sodas.

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Are You Overfat? The New Weight Problem to Worry About

As many as 76 percent of the world’s population may be “overfat” and at risk for serious health problems as a result. Are you one of them?

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The Science Is In! This Diet Lets You Eat Your Way to a Younger, Healthier Brain

You already know that you are what you eat, but your food choices can have an even bigger effect on your brain health. Lucky for you (and your noggin), this delicious diet has just been proved to be the best brain booster of them all.

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9 Questions Every Diabetes Patient Needs to Ask Their Doctor

Simply being in a doctor’s office can be intimidating. And it’s not uncommon to feel a bit rushed. But getting the answers you need makes the difference between taking good care of your diabetes and letting it slip from your control. Start with the tips here.

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What Is Diabetic Neuropathy? Key Facts to Know

One of the most serious and most common side effects of diabetes is diabetic neuropathy, damage to the nerves in the body caused by high blood sugar. Here is what you need to know about preventing and controlling diabetic neuropathy.

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14 Foods with Way More Sugar than You Realize

Caution: You will probably find some of your favorite foods on this list. Before you huff and puff, remember the old adage— everything in moderation!

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Normal Blood Sugar Levels: What People With Diabetes and Prediabetes Need to Know

This blood sugar level primer can help you manage your diabetes and stay healthy.

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10 Life-Saving Things You Must Do If You Have Diabetes

If you’re among the millions of people with type 2 diabetes, you probably know to lose weight, count carbs, and skip sugar. But there’s a lot more you can (and should) be doing to lower your risk of complications and take control of your health.

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Wait, There’s How Many Calories in That Coffee?

Jeans a little tighter than usual? Your morning coffee might be to blame.

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9 Things You Never Knew About Type 2 Diabetes

As obesity explodes around the world, type 2 diabetes is following close behind. Here’s what you need to know about this common chronic illness, including some surprising risk factors and unusual ways to protect yourself.

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7 Good Carbs for Diabetes Nutritionists Want You to Eat

If you have diabetes, you can (and should) eat carbs. The key: eating proper portions and choosing carbs that will help control blood sugar. These healthy carbs are especially helpful for diabetics.

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Just One Weight-Lifting Session Can Do THIS for Diabetes

It’s easy to shrug off the benefits of a single exercise session—it’s practically useless, right? Not at all. Here’s why.

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Stick to This Diet If You Want to Reverse Diabetes Risk Factors—or Avoid Them Completely

Tens of thousands of Europeans are on the edge of developing diabetes. Only permanent lifestyle changes can make the difference. Which road will you take?

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