Stephanie Bucklin, Everyday Health

Stephanie Bucklin

Everyday Health

Ann Arbor, MI, United States

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Past articles by Stephanie:

How Dehydration Affects Type 2 Diabetes

Dehydration can make it harder for people with diabetes to control their blood sugar. But less is known about the link between dehydration and diabetes risk. Read on. → Read More

Finding Diabetes Support: Do You Need a Therapist?

Diabetics, whether type 1 or type 2, are at a greater risk for depression and anxiety, scientific research shows. These mental health conditions make keeping your blood sugar stable more difficult. Here's when and how to seek help from a therapist. → Read More

9 Best Vegan Blogs for Plant-Based Diet Inspiration

Adopting a vegan diet has proven health benefits, but if you’re new to the eating approach, you may not know where to start. Fortunately, veganism is booming, and these bloggers’ websites offer vegan-recipe inspiration, motivational posts, and more. → Read More

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Treatments and Therapies

While there’s no specific diet or medication proven to work for BPD, certain psychotherapies can help you or a loved one diagnosed with the disorder find relief. Learn about those options and get other self-care tips for BPD in this detailed article. → Read More

Celiac Disease Causes and Risk Factors: What to Know

While scientists aren’t totally sure what causes celiac disease, they believe a mix of genetic and environmental factors plays a role. Here, learn about those theories and the top risk factors for celiac. Plus, find out if you should get tested for celiac → Read More

What to Know About the ADA's 2018 Standards of Medical Care if You Have Diabetes

Learn how the 2018 ADA guidelines affect A1C tests, glucose monitoring, treatment for people with diabetes and heart disease, diabetes screening, and more. → Read More

Should Aspirin Be Included in Your Diabetes Treatment Plan?

Diabetes and heart disease often coincide, which means that people at risk for the cardiac issue may benefit from aspirin therapy, per the ADA. Learn more here. → Read More

Is Sugar-Free Candy Okay for People With Diabetes?

You should limit regular sugar in a diabetic diet, but how sugar-free candy can affect blood sugar is less clear. Read this before you indulge. → Read More

The Best Ways to Enjoy Dark Chocolate When You Have Diabetes

Rich in flavonols, dark chocolate is a great diabetic dessert idea that may help lower blood sugar and reduce the risk for heart disease. Here's how. → Read More

Diabetes and Mental Health: How to Overcome Feelings of Jealousy and Envy

Diabetes and depression are common comorbidities, but conquering negative feelings like jealousy or envy can reduce your risk. Learn how. → Read More

How Does Diabetes Affect the Digestive System?

Poorly controlled blood sugar can lead to neuropathy, increasing the risk for issues like acid reflux (GERD), gastroparesis, and diabetes enteroneuropathy. → Read More

Yo-Yo Dieting and Diabetes: How Repeated Weight Loss and Gain Affects Blood Sugar

Losing weight successfully can help you prevent or control diabetes, but regaining lost weight, or yo-yo dieting, can have the opposite effect, increasing insulin resistance. → Read More

Vegetables in a Diabetes Diet: Is Steamed, Roasted, or Sautéed Best?

Help prevent blood sugar spikes and get the most nutritional bang for your buck with this guide. → Read More

Vaping and Diabetes: How E-Cigarettes May Affect Blood Sugar

Traditional cigarettes can increase the risk of diabetes, but what about e-cigarettes? Here's what the research says so far. → Read More

Early Menopause Linked to Fourfold Increased Risk of Developing Diabetes

A new study suggests women who go through this transition at age 45 or younger may be at greater risk for diabetes. Here's what to know about your risk. → Read More

Juicing for Diabetes: Is It a Good Idea?

Juicing can be a good way to get in some extra fruits and vegetables, but in some cases, the health fad can have a negative effect on blood sugar for people with type 2 diabetes. → Read More

Juicing for Diabetes: Is It a Good Idea?

Juicing can be a good way to get in some extra fruits and vegetables, but in some cases, the health fad can have a negative effect on blood sugar for people with type 2 diabetes. → Read More

These 3 Superbugs Pose the Greatest Threat to Human Health

Multidrug-resistant bacteria, sometimes called "superbugs," are a critical health priority. → Read More

'Fake Weed' Linked to More Risk-Taking Than Real Marijuana

Teens who use synthetic cannabis, may be more likely to behave in risky ways than those who use only marijuana, a new study finds. → Read More

Cup of Joe Could Fight Age-Related Inflammation

Older adults who drink more coffee may have lower levels of inflammation, a new study suggests. → Read More