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UMass Diabetes Center of Excellence Blog

Be Prepared with a Diabetes Technology Backup Plan

Posted On: ene. 25 2021 Posted By: Adam Edelstein Tags: Blood Sugar, CGM, Diabetes Education, Diabetes Technology, Healthy Living, Insulin Pump Comments count

Happy New You!

Posted On: dic. 31 2020 Posted By: Adam Edelstein Tags: Blood Sugar, Diabetes Education, Goal Setting, Healthy Living, Wellness Comments count

Five Ways You Can Observe Diabetes Awareness Month

Posted On: nov. 03 2020 Posted By: Adam Edelstein Tags: A1C, Blood Sugar, Diabetes Education, Glucose Meters, Goal Setting, Healthy Living, Wellness Comments count

Choosing a Continuous Glucose Monitor

Posted On: oct. 01 2020 Posted By: Adam Edelstein Tags: Blood Sugar, CGM, Diabetes Education, Glucose Meters Comments count

Eating Habits to Make and Break

Posted On: ago. 19 2020 Posted By: UMass Memorial Simply Well Newsletter Tags: Blood Sugar, Diabetes Education, Goal Setting, Healthy Living, Wellness Comments count

What Is Well-Controlled Diabetes and How Is it Achieved?

Posted On: jun. 12 2020 Posted By: Nicole Parent RN, CDE, Diabetes and Nutrition Center, UMass Memorial Health Care Tags: A1C, Blood Sugar, Diabetes Education

Achieving diabetes control comes in the form of behavior maintenance. It's dependent on proper education and incorporating that information into your life. Good sources include registered dietitians and certified diabetes educators. This blog post reviews some specifics of what this means.

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Importance of a flu shot for people living with diabetes

Posted On: oct. 18 2019 Posted By: Adam Edelstein Tags: Blood Sugar, Diabetes Education

People living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, even when well-managed, are at high risk of serious flu complications. September or October is considered the best time to get the vaccine. The flu shot is a safe and effective way to prevent or reduce the severity of previously mentioned complications.  READ MORE

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