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Rosemary Black

Health Writer
New York, NY

About Rosemary Black

Rosemary Black is a veteran journalist who has written about food, health, fitness, and parenting for more than 25 years. A former senior editor at Everyday Health, she was food editor for the New York Daily News and Parade's Dash magazine. Rosemary, the author of four cookbooks, has written for QualityHealth.com and various other websites and magazines. The mom of 7 lives with her family in Westchester County, New York.

Articles Written by Rosemary Black

Diabetes and Depression: How a Psychologist Can Help

When the burden of diabetes starts to take an emotional toll, seeking help from a mental health professional can make a difference.
When the burden of managing diabetes starts to take a toll on your mental health, therapy can help you feel better and improve your blood sugar control.

The Dawn Effect: Tips for Fixing High Morning Blood Sugars

An early morning spike in blood sugar can be a sign of something known as the Dawn Effect. Here's what you can do.
If your blood sugar is abnormally elevated in the morning, you are at an increased risk of long-term complications. Simple strategies can often remedy the problem. Learn more.

Diabetes and Children: Tips for Managing Blood Sugar During the School Day

Going back to school can feel overwhelming for kids with chronic medical condition because it’s a lot of change all at once. Here, expert advice to help ease the transition for you, your child and the school.
Going back to school can feel overwhelming for kids with chronic medical conditions because it’s a lot of change all at once. Here, expert advice to help ease the transition for you, your child and the school.

Could WearingThis Smart Sock Prevent Painful Foot Ulcers, Amputations?

A high-tech sock designed to help people with diabetes avoid diabetic foot ulcers that can lead to amputations has arrived. Could it be right for you?
Learn how a new smart sock that looks and feels like an ordinary sock could help prevent painful foot ulcers and even low limb amputations.

Diabetes Cure: A Researcher with Type 1 Works to Understand the Cause of the Disease As a Way to Cure It

Thomas Delong's work investigating the mysteries of the immune system may eventually stop the misguided attack that causes diabetes.
Diabetes researcher Thomas Delong lives with type 1 diabetes. His work to understand what triggers the disease may pave the way to preventing it from developing in the first place. Learn more about his fascinating research.

Gastroparesis: A Complication of Diabetes

What it is and how it's diagnosed and treated in people with diabetes
Gastroparesis affects how you digest and process food, and people with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes can develop it. Learn more about gastroparesis including medications that can help with the condition.

Pokemon Go and Other Fun Ways to Move More

Call it exercise in disguise—from at-home dance marathons to kids mobile apps—how to get your cardio on outside of the gym.
Experts say the wildly popular virtual reality treasure hunt known as Pokemon Go can help people with type 2 diabetes get more movement into their lives.

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