People can be at risk for type 2 diabetes without even realizing it. Know the risk factors and work on what you can control.There is a lot you can do to prevent and if needed, control diabetes.
New heart guidelines take a dramatic turn, recommending greatly increased use of cholesterol-lowering statin medications.
If you have diabetes – even if it’s well controlled -- it’s important to get the flu shot. With your immune system already weakened, taking extra precautions against infections is important.
People who work irregular hours with night and rotating shifts may be at greater risk to develop diabetes and obesity. Endocrinologist Marwan Hamaty, MD, talks about how to minimize your risk.
Pediatricians are concerned that U.S. kids are developing adult health problems because of their excess weight. Kids’ lives are likely to be shorter than their parents’ unless we take action.
One out of every three American adults are now obese. While new treatments are underway, will they be enough to prevent American healthcare from being crushed by the massive costs of treating obesity and its consequences?
We’ve heard of the connections between healthy eating and diabetes prevention, but new research shows a close link between reducing red meat in your diet and slashing your risk of developing diabetes.
During warmer months, the idea of getting a tattoo can be appealing. But if you have diabetes, there are unique risks you need to manage. Here’s how.
Eating too much sugar is linked to conditions that increase risks for diabetes and heart disease. Know the limits for added sugar intake and how many calories are in your sweeteners so you can stay healthy.
Breath-testing may be the next big diagnostic tool — easy, painless, non-invasive. A new Cleveland Clinic study breath-testing obese children for fatty liver disease shows why this may be the future.