Running and Diabetes

May 10, 2016 by Amy Mercer I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes six weeks into my freshman year of high school. I was living away from home at a boarding school in New Hampshire because our town in Vermont was so small that we didn’t have a high school.…

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Walk With Everyday Steps


Walk With Everyday Steps So you want to get active. You recognize the need to set personal health goals. But for many people, it can be challenging to get started with an exercise program and keep it going over the long term. That’s why the Everyday Steps Guide was designed…

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Your Everyday Guide


This Everyday Steps Guide is here to help you turn walking into a healthy habit. Brought to you by FARXIGA—and developed in partnership with the Diabetes Hands Foundation, home ofTuDiabetes—these 12 tips can help you start a walking routine and stick with it. Just remember to talk with your diabetes…

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World’s Easiest Exercises


April 20, 2016 by David Spero, BSN, RN Some people avoid exercise because it seems like so much work. But what if you could exercise without exercising? Sometimes you can get the benefits of exercise just by living a normal life. Wear your workout Several companies make clothing lines that…

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