A woman regains her health through bariatric surgery.
Ever try to one-up a fellow person with diabetes with your blood sugar numbers?
A woman with diabetes shares how she tries not to get hooked by false promises.
Funny pictures about an unfunny condition.
A friendly Valentine’s Day guide for the romantic squeezes of the pancreatically challenged.
A woman with diabetes describes how she handles it when she’s offered office sweets.
A gym-goer shares how she overcame stigma against overweight individuals to embrace her inner gym rat.
As John Owens learns, sometimes New Year’s encouragement to lose weight can be abrasively frank.
Katherine Tomlinson rebels against a “one-size-fits-all” approach to the diabetes diet.
An editor with diabetes avoids thinking about his condition until a book project forces him to confront his fears.
Columnist John Jasper Owens shares how he was tried and convicted in domestic court for sneaking cake.
Nothing panics a holiday kitchen full of cooks like the word “diabetes”.
T2N columnist John Owens finds it hard to be around culinary temptations at home.
When you say the “D word”, everyone thinks they know better than you about your diet.
Sometimes, the road to health begins with the first step.
An eye injection may seem scary, but someone who has gone through it finds it wasn’t that bad…and it saved her eyesight.
A man with Type 2 diabetes tries to keep the domestic peace in the kitchen with his skinnier wife.