Diabetes educator Sue Cotey shares how she became vegan and the many benefits of this type of diet — from fighting chronic disease to preventing diabetes.
If your blood sugar is too high or difficult to control, you are more susceptible to nerve damage. Get the facts from a Cleveland Clinic expert on how to find relief from this debilitating pain.
If we gain weight in the winter, we often blame holiday food or lack of exercise. But could weight gain be related to hibernation signals from our brain?
Every person will probably take medicine at some point. As people accumulate medical problems, the number of medicines they take is likely to increase too.
If you’ve heard of the old “nature versus nurture” debate, forget it. When it comes to diabetes, both your genes and your environment matter — and sugar isn’t the only culprit.
Not long ago, people with diabetes could be denied certain jobs or lose their job simply because they had diabetes or used insulin. Learn how you’re now protected by the law.
When you’re traveling with diabetes, you need to do a bit more planning. Here’s tips should ease your concerns and allow you to travel with peace of mind.
There’s good news for patients who would like an easier way to get their insulin. A new rapid inhaled insulin has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
When working to address diabetes, ask yourself first: Do I have a solid game plan? Is it the right plan for my unique needs? Does it include things I like? Learn more about fighting this condition from a diabetes expert.
How old is too old for a joint replacement? Patients are often surprised to learn that there is no absolute age limit on who can safely undergo this procedure. However, there are other factors to consider.