(HealthDay News) -- Medication can help keep diabetes under control, but it's important to understand what you're taking and how to take it.
The American Diabetes Association poses these questions to ask your doctor about diabetes medications:
- Could any of my medications cause low blood sugar?
- When should I take my diabetes medications?
- How much medication should I take?
- Should I continue to take my diabetes medications when I am sick?
- Do I need to adjust my medications before I exercise?
- Do I need to adjust my medications if I skip a meal?
diabetes and blood sugar help
These simple steps may be all it takes to stay healthy and stop worrying about sugar problems.
U.S. News evaluated 25 of the most popular diets and identified the best.
Understanding how insulin affects your blood sugar can help you better manage your condition.
How much sugar is too much, and simple ways to eat less added sugar.
Give your body a good once-over to see if trouble may be lurking.
These aspects of your office may be dangerous to your health.
The year's top health headlines, from federal health policy to celebrity controversy.
Try these expert tips on how to deal with your biggest sexual roadblocks and boost your pleasure in the bedroom tonight.