Warshaw's article New & Improved Meds published in Diabetic Living, Summer 2011 issue

Diabetic Living, Better Homes and Garden's special interest diabetes magazine, published Warshaw's article New & Improved Meds, in the Summer 2011 issue. This article offers people with diabetes and their loved ones a sneak peak at blood glucose lowering medications which are newly approved by U.S. FDA and on the near horizon. We're in a new era of blood glucose lowering meds - more that treat root problems and some even help with weight loss.

Warshaw quoted in Diabetes Myths Busted on lifescript.com

Article, Diabetes Myths Busted, on lifescript.com quotes Warshaw on topics from Is losing weight the cure for type 2? to Are snacks a must for people with diabetes, and Is it OK to eat sweets if your blood glucose is too low. Warshaw offers more practical and up-to-date advice for people with diabetes in her books.

July 20, 2009

Hypoglycemia and Diabetes: Possible? Yes, Misconceptions? Many!

It’s true. With today’s goals and efforts to help people tighten their blood glucose control to minimize the long term diabetes complications, practitioners can increase the risks and possible occurrences of low blood glucose (hypoglycemia) for some.

However, if all you knew about the risks for and likely frequency of hypoglycemia was from the news (as well as movie and stage theatrics) you’d be convinced that every person with diabetes is likely to keel over regularly.


Low Blood Glucose: Take Charge of Your Lows

Read my article in Winter 2007's Diabetic Living Magazine.

Click here to open the pdf.