Getting your loved one with diabetes to stick to a diet
How to manage diabetes by achieving long-term weight control
Learn the signs of diabetes-related circulation problems
Tips on how to administer this life-saving serum
What every patient and caregiver can do about cancer treatment effects
At-home advice for COPD caregivers
Helping make workplace accommodations for your loved one with COPD
The secrets to traveling with someone who has COPD
Mealtime advice for COPD caregivers
Exercise Can Ease Pain
A caregiver's guide to how to properly identify the problem—and the best ways to help
Remembering an acronym can help in recognizing the signs
Tips on what to say—and what not to say—from the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
Survey Finds Common Condition Is Ignored
Be alert on any stay
Laying down some house rules on preventing illness
Keeping an eye on a drug-resistant bacteria
Follow a three-pronged regimen of medication, weight-bearing exercise and diet.
Here are eight things to keep in mind...including making time for yourself.
Expert Tips To Avoid Falls
How to stay safe in the kitchen—during the holidays and year-round
Helping those with and fending off osteoporosis to align their spine
How to Increase It
How to exercise to positively impact cardiovascular function, bone strength and mental well-being
Exercises to help battle osteoporosis
Bands of strength
More bands of strength
What are the suspected causes of Alzheimer's?
How to cope when a loved one is diagnosed with AD
What to look for when you can no longer look after your loved one
What can be done to treat AD symptoms?
Know the specialists to whom you and your loved one will be involved
What to do once the person in your care is back home
The uptake on what heart patients should be taking during treament
A glossary of heart health words to help you decipher "DocSpeak"
Knowing breast cancer, stage by stage
Learning to keep a watchful eye on diabetic kids while instilling independent responsibility
Who you need and why you need them to help you care for your loved one with diabetes
How to exercise to establish healthful body alignment
How to have the conversation you've likely been putting off
How to discourage a troubling symptom
How to Speak to Those With Alzheimer's
Facing feeding challenges when caring for someone with dementia or Alzheimer's
How to assist if stairs are difficult to maneuver
Learning to administer the primary test for those with diabetes
Myths about diabetes abound, and they could get in the way of your taking proper action to keep the disease under control. Here, we help you and those in your care smash 10 popular misperceptions.
Getting your loved one with diabetes to stick to a diet
How to get your loved one with diabetes to take the proper meds at the right time
How to get your loved one with diabetes to make some moves for the better
Fighting one of the leading causes of type 2 diabetes
How to manage diabetes with long-term weight control
Try not to hit a sour note with sweeteners
Learning the signs of diabetes-related circulation problems
Keeping blood glucose levels under control can help prevent many diabetes-related problems, including dementia.
Foot infections are a serious concern for anyone with diabetes. Here's what to look for and how to prevent them.
Keeping an eye out for the leading causes of death among those with diabetes
Preserving the healthy smile of your loved one with diabetes
Avoiding the dangers of diabetic retinopathy and other vision problems
Tips to make your life easier while making your loved one's healthier
What makes this diabetes-related hormone so important to you and the person you care for
What to do when insulin isn't prescribed
Learning about natural production and synthetic use of this diabetes-related hormone
Healthy lessons for kids and parents
Guides to kid-friendly, health-conscious fun
Learning to keep a watchful eye while instilling independent responsibility
Involving the child while avoiding self-care burnout
Communication is the key to preparation
How to perform safe from-chair transfers without injuring your back
The Power of "Guided Imagery"
Tips for assisting Parkinson's patients with mobility issues
How to safely walk, rise, and ascend and descend stairs
How to ensure a safe and steady seated-to-standing rise
Managing the lines of communication among your diabetes-care team
Your first line of defense and assistance in caring for your loved one with diabetes
Other physicians, nurses, therapists and experts to assist you in caring for your loved one with diabetes
How to choose and use a walker
New information on replacement-joint infection sources
Putting on pounds can give your knees a pounding
Why you shouldn't neglect preventive measures
One way to avoid an in-hospital infection
Marital Bliss Can Improve Patient Outcomes
How time spent in your car can affect your chances of getting skin cancer
Top tips for self-care
Tips for managing skin conditions caused by cancer treatment
What You Need to Know About IBC
Can Beta Blockers Help Before Surgery?
Studies show best ways to quit smoking
Finding the differences in how COPD affects men and women
Tips for breathing easy on your next trip
Discover the benefits of a daily glass
A guide to health professionals you and your loved ones may see for diabetes
A certified nurse educator separates fact from fiction and prompts you to put knowledge into action
Here are some recommendations for daily health from the ADA
The more you know, the more you’ll be able to offer concrete help.
Beware of Vision Trouble
The facts for maintaining healthy feet
A new, non-surgical way to diagnose a serious gastrointestinal problem
How song soothes those in need of care
The Importance of Being Safe with Sound
If you see a sign of stoke, act on it. Here's why.
How to be smart about your heart and what you need to know—especially if you're a woman
Tips to spot trouble
Compassionate compromise is the key play
Put one foot in front of the other, and soon you'll be walking your way to heart health
For cancer patients and their caregivers in need of a place to stay while in treatment, there is hope—Hope Lodges.
Blood-pressure-lowering ideas from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
Bell the pet
Don't let arthritis prohibit your loved one from enjoying favorite activities
Innovative, portable pager-size devices allow heart patients to be remotely monitored from around the world.
Helping you discover if the person in your care has this autoimmune disease
Treadmill Helps Stroke Survivors Regain Mobility
When the right touch is the right stuff
Some Hope For Those With COPD
Heart-healthy ideas on snacks to pack
Check out these insights from American Diabetes Association spokesman John B. Buse, MD, PhD, CDE.
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