Best Blogs about Living with Diabetes

Finding someone who gets you - your fears, worries, hopes and challenges - can be life-changing for a lot of people. One of the best things about the internet is that you can find people like you around the world...

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How to Care for a Family Member with Diabetes

Do you have a family member with diabetes? Diabetes requires them to make significant changes to their lifestyle and becomes a part of their everyday life. You can make a significant impact in their life by offering to help them manage their symptoms and live a healthy lifestyle. 
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Diabetic Socks vs. Compression Socks: What is the difference?

Diabetic socks are typically loose-fitting and are designed to protect your feet from moisture, added pressure and injuries, such as blisters and sores. Compression socks are snug-fitting and are designed to lessen fluid buildup and prevent blood from pooling in the lower legs and feet in those with circulation problems.

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NEW at Diabetic Sock Shop: Simcan

Simcan loose-fitting diabetic socks address the needs of those with the most sensitive foot issues. With comfort and wellness in every stitch, Simcan socks are knit using moisture-wicking fibers and feature flat-knit toe seams, easy to pull up legs, and more to ensure comfort. Let’s learn more about the Simcan brand. 
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Diabetic Socks at

Here at Diabetic Sock Shop, we are committed to bringing top-quality brands and diabetic socks to our customers so they can focus on their insulin levels instead of worrying about their feet.

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Thorlos Health Padds Clinically-Tested Padded Socks

Thorlos Health Padds are specifically designed and engineered for people with diabetes to help protect against diabetic foot problems. Health Padds are highly effective diabetic socks with unique padding clinically shown to reduce blisters, pain, pressure, and moisture.

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Everything You Need to Know About Non-Binding Socks

Non-binding socks, also called diabetic socks, are designed to promote circulation and prevent blood from collecting in the ankles and feet. More importantly, they are made without an elastic band at the top to keep legs healthy. 

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