By Ben Wolford | Fri, 10/17/2014 - 18:00
Enterovirus patients in Africa, Asia and South America are more likely to get Type 1 diabetes, suggesting genes aren't the only cause of the disease.
By Ben Wolford | Wed, 10/08/2014 - 18:00
Women who treated themselves to fried food every day were more than twice as likely to get gestational diabetes than women who avoided it.
By Justin Caba | Mon, 09/15/2014 - 18:00
Consuming around eight or more portions of dairy products high in fat per day can reduce our risk of developing type 2 diabetes by over 20 percent.
By Stephanie Castillo | Thu, 09/11/2014 - 16:14
New research thinks they've found what exacerbates risk for heart disease in diabetes patients.
By Anthony Rivas | Wed, 09/03/2014 - 16:20
Diabetes diagnoses are often based on the results of blood glucose tests. But a new study shows that there may be other biomarkers in the blood that appear long before blood sugar begins to fluctuate.
By Susan Scutti | Thu, 08/28/2014 - 17:36
Wheel-chair bound Alice Vaticano, 85, was abandoned by a skycap, who failed to roll the diabetic woman to the appropriate passenger gate at Newark Liberty International Airport.
By Anthony Rivas | Mon, 08/25/2014 - 18:00
Gestational diabetes affects about nine percent of the population, and it's rising. If that's an indicator of problems to come, then kids will be getting diabetes more, too.
By Shweta Iyer | Sun, 08/24/2014 - 15:22
African-American women already face an increased risk of diabetes from lifestyle factors, but their risk may also increase if they were born with a low birth weight.
By Chris Weller | Fri, 08/22/2014 - 11:48
Princeton University engineers have found a way to track blood sugar levels without the chore of drawing blood.
By Lecia Bushak | Wed, 08/13/2014 - 15:15
A new large study found that American children who are black or Hispanic have a 50 percent chance of developing diabetes in their lifetime.
By Samantha Olson | Sun, 08/10/2014 - 12:20
A simple type 2 diabetes medication could extend the lifespan of non-diabetics.
By Anthony Rivas | Mon, 08/04/2014 - 16:00
Diabetics who live in poverty are more likely to get a toe, foot, or leg amputated than their wealthier counterparts. Breaking down their barriers to better health is crucial.
By Lecia Bushak | Sat, 08/02/2014 - 13:21
Researchers at Yale may have pinpointed a new potential obesity treatment by activating certain brain neurons that trigger a sense of fullness.