Diabetes

Eating unhealthy meals can contribute to chronic diseases, like heart disease and diabetes, and may even increase your risk for certain cancers. Find out if your dietary habits are helping or hurting your long-term health by taking a short health assessment. You’ll receive an explanation of your individual risks, recommended steps to reduce them and additional resources for reading. Take the quiz now >





Diabetes Programs and Screenings

Education and prevention can keep you and your loved ones healthy. We invite you to take advantage of the programs, support groups and screenings available.

Diabetes Education and Support Group
Diabetes patients can receive mutual education and encouragement.
         • First Thursday of every month; 10:00 to 11:00am
         • Third Wednesday of every month; 7:00 to 8:30pm
242 West Parkway, Pompton Plains, NJ
For more information, please call 973-831-5229.

Diabetes Self-Management Education Program
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 973-831-5216


Diabetes Articles
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If she's fit, a woman is less likely to develop diabetes during pregnancy, a new study contends.

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New research suggests that a single blood test could confirm type 2 diabetes, saving patients time and health care costs.

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Alec Smith was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes shortly before his 24th birthday. When he turned 26, he lost his health insurance. Less than a month later, he lost his life because he couldn't afford the exorbitant price of his life-saving insulin.

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Diabetes has become a worldwide epidemic, but you can protect yourself with a healthier diet. And the same type of diet can help you manage diabetes if you already have it.

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Millions of U.S. seniors can now take part in a Medicare program designed to prevent prediabetes from progressing to type 2 diabetes.

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Testing blood for a biological marker called suPAR could help better assess the risk of death among black Americans with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.

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