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1After Leg Amputation: Keeping Your Other Leg Healthy
2Before You Start Your Diabetes Exercise Plan
3Checking for Ketones
4Diabetes and Heart Disease
5Diabetes and Kidney Disease
6Diabetes and Periodontal Disease: An Increased Risk
7Diabetes and Your Child: Checking Blood Sugar
8Diabetes and Your Child: Considering an Insulin Pump
9Diabetes and Your Child: Giving Insulin Injections
10Diabetes and Your Child: Low Blood Sugar
11Diabetes and Your Child: Safe Exercise
12Diabetes and Your Child: Tests and Vaccines
13Diabetes and Your Child: The A1c Test
14Diabetes and Your Child: Understanding Type 1
15Diabetes and Your Child: Understanding Type 2
16Diabetes Glossary
17Diabetes: Activity Tips
18Diabetes: Caring for Your Body
19Diabetes: Driving Issues
20Diabetes: Exams and Tests
21Diabetes: Food Pyramid
22Diabetes: Getting Started with Exercise
23Diabetes: Inspecting Your Feet
24Diabetes: Keeping Feet Healthy
25Diabetes: Learning About Serving and Portion Sizes
26Diabetes: Living Your Life
27Diabetes: Meal Planning
28Diabetes: Shopping for and Preparing Meals
29Diabetes: Sick-Day Plan
30Diabetes: The Benefits of Exercise
31Diabetes: Tracking Your Fitness Progress
32Diabetes: Treating Minor Foot Infections
33Diabetes: Treating Severe Foot Infections
34Diabetes: Understanding Carbohydrates
35Diabetes: Understanding Carbohydrates, Fats, and Protein
36Diabetes: Ways to Take Medication
37Diabetic Retinopathy: Controlling Your Risk Factors
38Diabetic Retinopathy: Evaluating Your Eyes
39Diabetic Retinopathy: Having a Vitrectomy
40Diabetic Retinopathy: Having Laser Treatment
41Do You Have Diabetes?
42Eating a High-Fiber Diet
43Eating Out When You Have Diabetes
44Exercise to Manage Your Blood Sugar
45Finding Your Ideal Weight
46For Kids Ages 12 to 17: Dealing with Diabetes
47For Kids Ages 9 to 11: Dealing with Diabetes
48For Kids: Food Facts When You Have Type 1 Diabetes
49For Kids: High Blood Sugar
50For Kids: Low Blood Sugar
51For Kids: Taking Your Insulin
52For Parents: Diabetes Care (11 to 17 years)
53For Parents: Diabetes Care (3 to 5 years)
54For Parents: Diabetes Care (6 to 10 years)
55For Parents: Diabetes Care (Newborn to 2 years)
56Gestational Diabetes: After Pregnancy
57Gestational Diabetes: Getting Exercise
58Getting Support When You Have Diabetes
59Healthy Meals for Diabetes
60High Blood Sugar (Hyperglycemia)
61How to Check Your Blood Sugar
62Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Sugar)
63Long-Term Complications of Diabetes
64Managing Diabetes: The A1C Test
65Managing Pain After Amputation Surgery
66Managing Stress When You Have Diabetes
67Managing Type 1 Diabetes
68Managing Type 1 Diabetes in Your Child: Getting Started
69Managing Type 2 Diabetes
70Managing Your Glucose Level for Diabetes and Kidney Disease
71Oral Medicines for Type 2 Diabetes
72Planning for Travel When You Have Diabetes
73Recognizing a Heart Attack or Angina
74Resources for People with Diabetes
75Taking Medication for Diabetes
76Type 1 Diabetes and Your Child: High Blood Sugar
77Type 1 Diabetes and Your Child: Meals and Snacks
78Type 1 Diabetes and Your Child: Preventing Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)
79Type 1 Diabetes and Your Child: Sick Day Plan
80Type 1 Diabetes and Your Child: Using Insulin
81Type 1 Diabetes: Getting Active
82Type 2 Diabetes and Your Child: Understanding Prediabetes
83Types of Insulin
84Understanding Leg Amputation: Surgery for a Medical Condition
85Understanding Type 1 Diabetes
86Understanding Type 2 Diabetes
87Using Insulin
88Using the Amsler Grid
89What is Gestational Diabetes?
90When Your Child Has Type 2 Diabetes
91Your Amputation Surgery
92Your Amputation Team
93Your Diabetes Foot Care Program
94Your Diabetes Toolkit

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