With the days getting longer and the temperatures continuing to rise, we’re going to be spending more and more time outside. Whether you’re working in the yard, at a ball game or taking a walk, it’s important to remember to protect your skin.
May is National Salad Month – and salads can be a great way to get important nutrients while controlling calories.
If you’re planning to celebrate the festivities of Cinco de Mayo, we’ve got some delicious, diabetes-friendly recipes to help you plan your menu!
It’s no joke, the first full week of May is National Drinking Water Week. Enacted by Congress in 1988, the week aims to bring attention to the nation’s drinking water supply.
Thanks to the media, popular culture and word-of-mouth, myths about diabetes are rampant. When you’re first diagnosed, they can be intimidating, and if you’ve been living with diabetes, they are downright annoying. So, we’ll try to debunk some of the most common myths about diabetes!
As Spring draws closer, you might be thinking about planning a garden outside… and no garden is complete without carrots. In the meantime, do you know how to choose, store and prepare carrots that you find at your local grocery store?
With changes in the medical supply chain, Medicare reform and competitive bid looming on the horizon, people with diabetes are increasingly concerned about how and where they will get their supplies. GLUCOCARD is here to help!