Type 1 diabetes, once known as juvenile diabetes, can have many symptoms: frequent urination, extreme thirst, fatigue, calf cramps, itching, weight loss and a decline in school performance.
Avoiding “fast food” burgers and fried chicken may cut your risk of developing type 2 diabetes ─ the kind closely linked to obesity, new research hints.
A special gel enriched with enzymes and growth factors can help grow new blood vessels around a blocked artery in rats and might offer a way to make grow-your-own bypasses, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.
People who drink the most coffee and tea, even decaffeinated versions, can dramatically lower their risk of diabetes, researchers reported on Monday.
By 2034, nearly twice as many Americans will have diabetes and spending on the disease will triple, further straining the U.S. health system and testing the viability of Medicare and other government health insurance programs, U.S. researchers said on Friday.
Yakult, the well-known health drink, sparked controversy on Tuesday as the drink was found to contain the largest amounts of sugar among all beverages on sale, according to the Hong Kong Consumer Council (CC), Hong Kong media reported.
People who have both Alzheimer's disease and diabetes have slower rates of memory loss than people who just have Alzheimer's, French researchers said on Tuesday.
A hormone drug licensed for diabetes also helps obese people lose weight when used in combination with a low-fat diet and physical exercise, according to a trial published online on Friday by The Lancet.
People who live in neighborhoods with safe sidewalks, ample parks, good public transportation and ready access to fresh fruits and vegetables are 38 percent less likely to develop diabetes than others, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
A new study suggests that diabetic adults' ability to work with numbers may affect their management of the disease — and that, in turn, may help explain racial differences in diabetes control.