By Justin Caba | Wed, 07/30/2014 - 14:00
Tree nuts including almonds, cashews, chestnuts, hazelnuts, pecans, and walnuts can improve blood sugar levels among type 2 diabetes patients.
By Ben Wolford | Wed, 07/30/2014 - 14:00
Middle-aged Americans whose mothers were exposed to DDT may be at an increased risk for obesity and diabetes, according to a new study.
By Erica Robinson | Sat, 07/26/2014 - 14:38
Medicine for type 2 diabetes patients can get expensive. So researchers in Illinois looked for cheaper alternatives, and found oregano and rosemary to be quite effective.
By Ben Wolford | Thu, 07/24/2014 - 10:17
An ancient virus, newly discovered, resides in the guts of half the population. Researchers say it could offer promising leads in the battle against obesity and diabetes.
By Anthony Rivas | Tue, 07/22/2014 - 16:31
High-salt diets are already linked to an increased risk of heart disease, but for diabetics that risk is even worse.
By Erica Robinson | Sun, 07/20/2014 - 21:07
Researchers say that diagnosing someone as prediabetic is unnecessary. But with more people becoming diabetic, the diagnosis may still be helpful for prevention.
By Anthony Rivas | Mon, 07/07/2014 - 18:24
Consuming whey before a meal was shown to improve insulin response in type 2 diabetics, thus resulting in better glucose management.
By Justin Caba | Wed, 07/02/2014 - 18:00
Diabetes patients have a better chance of managing their diagnosis by combining aerobic and resistance training.
By Anthony Rivas | Mon, 06/30/2014 - 16:35
Though there are certainly benefits to diabetes treatment, older adults may benefit more from forgoing it, as long as their blood sugar is managed.
By Shweta Iyer | Sun, 06/22/2014 - 13:16
Scientists have found that antidepressant use during pregnancy may cause their children to develop fatty livers, which lead to diabetes and obesity.
By Lecia Bushak | Sat, 06/21/2014 - 17:52
A new study has found that as diabetes affects more people in the U.S., there will most likely be a shortage of endocrinologists to treat them.
By Shweta Iyer | Sat, 06/21/2014 - 15:13
New research shows that a variation in a particular gene may result in a cascade of reactions that lead to ineffective insulin production.