Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy your family, friends, and of course—food. However, if you have diabetes, it can pose a problem since many Thanksgiving feasts are full of calories and carbohydrates.
An estimated 9% of Americans are living with diabetes — about 30 million people. It’s important to learn the facts about diabetes so you can stay healthy from head to toe.
Scot Ferguson was on vacation in the Outer Banks of North Carolina planning to get in a few rounds of golf, when it all started.
With the growth of farm-to-table restaurants and farmer’s markets, eating locally is easier than ever
The diagnosis of diabetes or prediabetes is an alert that can help you slow the condition’s progression with adjustments to diet and lifestyle. Making those changes takes time and plenty of support.
Learn how to cook healthy family recipes, better manage your diabetes, and sample delicious, diabetes-friendly desserts at the 15th annual “Diabetes Taste-In” March 8 from 5-8 pm at Williamsport Regional Medical Center’s Education & Conference Center.