Monday, December 26, 2011

About Type 2 Diabetes: Have a Better Year

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From Elizabeth Woolley, your Guide to Type 2 Diabetes
As the New Year 2012 approaches, hopefully one of your resolutions is to improve your diabetes control. Here are some of the best articles from the site that can help you succeed.

Type 2 Diabetes Toolbox
Diabetes can be overwhelming. There's a lot to do and a lot to learn about diabetes management. Since there is so much to keep track of, managing diabetes can seem to take up all of your time. Diabetes is unique, because people are literally on their own for much of their care. This toolbox will provide you with a good place to start as you learn about managing your diabetes.

Using a Checklist to Manage Diabetes
Checklists are useful tools that help people with diabetes effectively manage their disease. They help with keeping track of test results, general health goals, questions to ask a doctor and more. Because diabetes is a complex condition, one checklist is not enough. Instead, it's best to keep several checklists, one for each component of diabetes care.

Inspiration from Bret Michaels
My talk with rock star Bret Michaels inspired me, and that inspiration has resonated strongly to this day. I wish I could have posted the audio of the interview, because he has a very pro-active, positive, can-do attitude that came through the phone. I wasn't a huge fan before, but he was such a nice, humble, and giving person, I now count myself as one of his biggest fans.

Walking and Diabetes
Walking. So simple. Yet so powerful. Here is a basic primer on walking when you have diabetes. Learn the benefits and considerations.


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