Diabetes classes or visits to a nutritionist by patients with diabetics are associated with lower hospitalization rates and reductions in medical costs, according to findings published in Diabetes Care.
The results of a new study provide further evidence that two frequently prescribed diabetes drugs -- pioglitazone and rosiglitazone -- increase the risk of fractures, according to a report in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
Two studies provide new evidence of risks associated with drugs commonly used to treat diabetes and osteoporosis, researchers said on Monday.
More American women are entering pregnancy with diabetes, raising the odds of a problem pregnancy and the potential that their children will become diabetic in the future, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
High blood levels of a naturally occurring enzyme linked to blood vessel function predict heart-related events and an increased risk of progressive kidney disease in patients with type 1 diabetes and kidney disease, according to new research.
In a study of people with type 1 diabetes, those with higher blood pressure or hypertension in childhood had higher levels in young adulthood, German researchers report.
A biopsy of the bone can help doctors determine what antibiotic is the best to use in treating diabetic patients with serious foot infections, according to findings published in the journal Diabetes Care.
The prevalence of type 2 diabetes is rising in the U.S. elderly population, and nearly half of affected individuals fail to adequately control their blood sugar, new research shows.
Substances isolated from bitter melon, a plant eaten and used medicinally in much of Asia, could provide the basis of new drugs for treating diabetes and obesity, an international team of researchers reports.
Men who develop diabetes in middle-age are at significantly increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life, according to a long-term study published Wednesday.