Diabetes Awareness Month
Globally, 1 in 11 adults, or 463 million people, are estimated to be living with diabetes. That number is only expected to rise. In fact, as many as half of all people who have diabetes don't know it. Diabetes is a disease that occurs when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high. Over time, having too much glucose in your blood can lead to heart disease, nerve damage, eye problems and kidney disease. You can take steps to prevent diabetes or manage it. The following information can help you understand diabetes and how to prevent or control it.
What is diabetes?
Diabetes has become one of the most prevalent diseases in the developed world. Still, many of us don't understand it or its risk factors. 
Resource Guide: Diabetes Prevention
Many lifestyle factors can contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes, including poor diet and exercise habits. This guide explains. 
Online Quiz:
Are you at risk for type 2 diabetes?
This quiz from GuidanceResources Online can help you understand whether you have any of the risk factors for developing the most common form of diabetes.
Infographic: Prediabetes – Could it be you?
If you ignore prediabetes, your risk for type 2 diabetes rises significantly. Type 2 diabetes significantly increases your risk for serious health conditions.
On-Demand Training:
The Connection Between Mood and Food 
A poor diet is a significant risk factor in type 2 diabetes and its precursor, prediabetes. If your emotions are sabotaging your diet efforts, this training can help.  
Diet and Exercise Tips for Busy People
Two of the best ways to avoid the health consequences of  diabetes is to improve your diet and exercise routines.