What you eat (and don’t eat) can have a dramatic impact on your diabetes. Here are the worst and best foods for you.
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 avoid this debilitating pain or find the relief you need.
Diabetes is a worldwide epidemic. But a recent study shows that choosing healthy habits like exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet and not smoking or drinking alcohol can make a big difference in the long run.
If you have wildly fluctuating blood sugar levels, you might have ‘brittle diabetes.’ Our expert explains what help is available.
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Results from a new study suggest that weight loss surgery can potentially reverse the risk of heart-related diseases and death in people who struggle with obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
Severe hyperglycemia can cause someone to become confused, weak or even unconscious. Here’s how to help them in an emergency situation.
Developing a healthy strategy for fat management can help prevent heart issues and Type 2 diabetes.
If you need insulin therapy to control your diabetes, one unfortunate side effect is weight gain. Try these practical tips as you work with your doctor to correct this problem.
A new study found a lower risk of heart disease and death in people with Type 2 diabetes who ate five servings of nuts a week.
New study finds that skipping breakfast can increase your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.