Matt’s Wish: How Living Donation Changes Lives

Matt Parker’s kidney issues started after he was born. When he was only three weeks old, Matt started dialysis, which required him to be in the hospital three to four days each week. When he was two years old, Matt received his first kidney transplant from a deceased donor. Life was good until two and

Matt’s Wish: How Living Donation Changes Lives
The Healthy Plate: Mexican Breakfast Casserole

This breakfast casserole from our registered dietitians at the Texas Diabetes Institute is a healthy way to start any day.

The Healthy Plate: Mexican Breakfast Casserole
Heading outdoors for some social distancing exercises

Tired of doing the same online workout routine in your living room? Wish you had a different view than the dashboard of your treadmill? Take your workout outside for some social distancing exercises! As we’ve made our way through the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have seen our usual workout routines disrupted. Whether you’re a

Heading outdoors for some social distancing exercises
A better way to track blood sugar

Nearly 9% of the world’s adults have diabetes. Though there are different forms of diabetes, they all have the same common element: the body’s inability to properly process sugar. This can be due to the pancreas failing to produce enough insulin or your body’s cells not responding properly to the insulin produced. “One of the

A better way to track blood sugar
How to make it more convenient to eat healthy

If you’re like most of us, you’re snacking more while you’re working from home. But snacking doesn’t have to derail your healthy eating habits—you just need to make it convenient to eat healthy! It only makes sense. When you’re at home, odds are that the refrigerator and pantry are much closer to your workspace than

How to make it more convenient to eat healthy
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