"Generally, patients see their physicians once every three months. But the decisions they make on a daily basis – what they eat, whether they exercise, medications they take and monitoring their blood sugars – are going to determine whether their diabetes is kept in good control."
‒ Denise Kaiser
Did You Know?
Women are less likely than men to feel chest pain during a heart attack, so their diagnosis often gets delayed, leading to more heart damage. Women are more likely than men to experience symptoms that aren’t “typical,” such as nausea, back and abdominal pain and aching chest pain.