Diabetes Self-Management

Hot Baths May Improve Glucose Control in Type 2

ost people with type 2 diabetes are aware of some basic recommendations for keeping blood glucose levels under control—such as taking medications as prescribed, getting enough physical activity and following a healthy diet. But a new study highlights a potential tool for blood

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