Retaining Your Independence When You Are Living With Diabetes

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When you are living with diabetes, it’s important for your independence that you be able to safely leave your home alone. Since a sudden drop or climb in your blood sugar numbers can be fatal, it’s vital to prepare ahead of time and take proactive steps to deal with potential emergency situations before you ever leave home. Thankfully, there are many things you can do to prepare for emergencies to lessen the chance they will seriously harm you, including each of the following:…

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7 Ways To Show Your Holiday Spirit Without Donning An Ugly Sweater

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Obviously, the ‘Ugly Holiday Sweater’ trend is extremely popular. So popular that it may actually become a permanent ‘thing’ over the holidays for years (decades?) to come. What happens if you hate it? Or, if you just see no point in wearing the ugliest, tackiest, most over-the-top thing you can find? There are plenty of ways to show your holiday spirit without even going near a knitted hot mess.  1. Colors of the Season: You can sidestep the ugly sweater people by wearing the colors of the season in a more tactful manner.…

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3 Things To Put In Your Dog's Christmas Stocking

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If you are a pet lover–especially a dog lover–then you likely go out for your pets on holidays. You celebrate their birthday, Easter, the 4th of July, Halloween, and even Christmas. With the holidays just around the corner, you may already be daydreaming about what you’re going to get your dog for Christmas. If you really want to spoil them, then consider filling a Christmas stocking with a few of their favorite things (and maybe even a few new things to try).…

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