Archive for the Diabetes and Endocrinology Category

Diabetes Distress, Coping and Thriving
November 20, 2019

When the onset of type 1 diabetes occurs, there may be confusion and denial. The symptoms of type 1 diabetes can mask themselves as a multitude of other things, and […]

Make Time for Walking
October 9, 2019

It’s a great season to be outdoors, go out for a walk, enjoy Florida’s expansive blue skies and natural wonder, all while getting some regular exercise. According to the American […]

Be Prepared Not To Fall
July 31, 2019

Preventive health care is something we practice in order to stay healthy, enjoy a good quality of life and increase our life span. While many Americans work very hard at […]

Great Adventures: Traveling with Medical Conditions
June 14, 2019

For people living with special medical needs traveling can be challenging, but with lots of thoughtful planning, the globe can be your playground.  Here are some travel tips to help […]

Connect. Appreciate. Respond. Empower.
April 26, 2019

There are special people in this world, who lift our spirits and care for us in ways that give us comfort. Our compassionate team of heath care providers connect with […]

The Chocolate Mystic
February 8, 2019

  Is Valentine’s Day about love or is it really about the chocolate and pure indulgence? The seductive, decadent allure of chocolate is enough to tempt and entice even the […]

Obese teens find options with TGH+USF Health adolescent bariatric program
January 3, 2019

The obesity epidemic involves people of all ages, including the young. And just as eager as adults are to get their bodies back on track and avoid declining health and […]

Celebrating and Surviving the Holidays with Diabetes Distress
November 21, 2018

Seasoned diabetes warriors – Type 1 (T1D) and Type 2 (T2D) alike – experience diabetes distress and burnout at this time of year. And for those who are newly diagnosed […]