Diabetes

For the latest segment of "Healthy Ever After," Erica welcomed Dr. Griffin Rodgers to the 'Get Up!' church for a well-rounded conversation on what prediabetes is, how to manage or actually reverse it altogether and other vital information worth knowing to determine if you're at risk.

Did you know, that more than 30 million Americans are living with Type 2 diabetes? For this weeks “Healthy Ever After” segment, The Get Up! Mornings team welcomes Dr. Sherita Golden. Erica Campbell & Griff speak with the Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at Johns Hopkins Medicine and Know Diabetes by Heart science volunteer about a number […]

Kim Ketter reveals why people with diabetes are more likely to have cardiovascular issues and what can be done to combat it in this week's "Healthy Ever After" segment on 'Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell.'

November is Diabetes Awareness Month World Diabetes Day is celebrated globally on November 14 to raise awareness about both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. In today’s Healthy Ever After, we unpack the facts and figures around diabetes with Nancy Brown, the CEO of the American Heart Association and Tracey Brown, the CEO of the […]

A new Chicago-based nonprofit is aiming to combat diabetes within the Black community.

National Diabetes Awareness Month has begun and unfortunately there are over 30 million people living with the disease.

We all know at least one person with diabetes. It is not a secret that diabetes affects a lot of people in many different ways. Whether you are caring for someone who has it or you, yourself, were diagnosed, managing the disease can take over your life. There are strategies, however, you can use to […]

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a key factor in disease prevention. Research shows that the risk of getting prediabetes and type 2 diabetes decreases when you make smart choices about your health. Here are a few tips that can help you get started. 1. Manage your weight. Fatty tissue in the body, especially around the […]

We all know at least one person with diabetes. It is not a secret that diabetes affects a lot of people in many different ways. Whether you are caring for someone who has it or you, yourself, were diagnosed, managing the disease can take over your life. There are strategies, however, you can use to […]

In this edition of Healthy Ever After, Dr. Ian Smith address America's sugar problem.

Dr. Griffin talks about the link between diabetes & kidney failure, and the importance of sleep!