Diabetes Support, Save-Your-Life Tips and a Super Bowl Full of Recipes
January 28, 2011
Diabetes is a disease that affects people not only physically but also emotionally. The February issue of Diabetes Forecast, the consumer magazine of the American Diabetes Association, addresses mind, body and soul in its variety of articles.
The Power of Support – Actor Paul Sorvino and his Oscar-winning daughter, Mira Sorvino, share how they’ve built a family-centered support system that helped Paul get control of his diabetes. “The men of my time were supposed to be tough men,” says Paul, who played a mob boss in the movie Goodfellas. “To admit to yourself that you have [diabetes] is not easy.”
10 Ways to Save Your Life – This must-read article provides simple steps to stay safe in the hospital. Mistakes happen everywhere, but one of the last places you want to encounter them is during a hospital stay. “It’s important that patients take an active role in their care,” says Tom Balcezek, MD, associate chief of staff and vice president for quality and safety at Yale–New Haven Medical Center. Here are 10 tips to help!
How to Make Sensational Chili – Whether you are getting ready for the Super Bowl or a weeknight dinner, Diabetes Forecast’s how-to guide will help you serve up a sensational chili, complete with need-to-know chili tips andrecipes.
The February issue of Diabetes Forecast includes more:
Bacteria in the Gut Offer Clues to Diabetes: Scientists find different microbes in lean and obese people
Catalyst for Change: A volunteer brings a patient’s perspective to diabetes care
A Caregiver’s Chronicle: Looking back on providing diabetes care for over 70 years.
Diabetes Forecast has been America's leading diabetes magazine for more than 60 years, offering the latest news on diabetes research and treatment to provide information, inspiration, and support to people with diabetes.
About the American Diabetes Association
The American Diabetes Association is leading the fight to Stop Diabetes® and its deadly consequences and fighting for those affected by diabetes. The Association funds research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes; delivers services to hundreds of communities; provides objective and credible information; and gives voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes. Founded in 1940, the Association's mission is to prevent and cure diabetes, and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. For more information, please call the American Diabetes Association at 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383) or visit diabetes.org. Information from both of these sources is available in English and Spanish. Find us on Facebook (American Diabetes Association), Twitter (@AmDiabetesAssn) and Instagram (@AmDiabetesAssn)