Diabetes Self-Management

Welcoming Old Man Winter

Winter is upon us. Depending on where you live, you may have already started shoveling, snow blowing and driving on slippery roads with blinding snow—all hallmarks of wintery weather. As the seasons change, so can managing your diabetes. Cold weather, holiday festivities and a sense of hibernation can make your diabetes a little more challenging to deal with. However, all things are possible—it’s a matter of adapting and maybe having a few hacks up your sleeve.

Stay healthy

Well, yeah! That’s obvious. Avoiding COVID-19, along with other common cold-weather illnesses, is a key worry on everyone’s minds lately. Of course, you got your flu shot, right? If not, it’s not too late. While getting a flu shot is extremely important for everyone, especially for those with diabetes, to reduce

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