There is no cure for type 2 diabetes but it can be controlled. Controlling type 2 diabetes can become
a seamless part of your daily life, from eating a healthy, well-balanced diet to making time for regular exercise. Lifestyle changes like these are important to prevent diabetic health issues, but it is equally important to stay on top of appointments and
health checks with your physician. It doesn’t take long for high blood sugar to damage your body, so regular testing and checkups to catch problems as early as possible are vital.
Mary Bennett, RD, LD, CDE, Diabetes Education Outpatient Manager at NorthShore, shares a checklist of important diabetic tests and when they need to be done to help you take control of your own type 2 diabetes care:
Join us November 14th at 10 a.m. for an online medical chat "Living with Diabetes: The Importance of Foot Health" with Harry Papagianis, D.P.M., NorthShore-affiliated Podiatrist. Submit your questions here.