Mom promised that wolfing down your food would likely result in a stomachache, but a new study shows something of more consequence: Eating slower could be linked to a lower risk of obesity.
This low-carb diet was originally created for people with epilepsy. Can people with type 2 diabetes follow it safely? A dietitian shares The Short Answer.
Studies show that eating meat — particularly processed meat — can increase your risk of getting diabetes. Learn more about plant-based alternatives.
Formerly found only in adults, type 2 diabetes is on the rise in children and teens. Poor diet and inactivity are partly to blame. Get tips on encouraging a healthier lifestyle for your family.
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Nerve damage can dull the symptoms of heart attack in people with diabetes. Find out what to look for and how to be proactive about your heart health.
Having bariatric surgery is rewarding in countless ways. But myths about the surgery and about obesity itself persist. Here, we bust common myths and share facts you should know.
If you’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes you may worry that you’ll need shots, but insulin is not the first step in treatment. Find out how you can help avoid (or at least delay) the need for medication.
Insulin pumps can help stabilize blood sugar and reduce injections. But they aren’t perfect. Learn more about the pros and cons of using an insulin pump.
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.
If you have diabetes and you’re not feeling up to eating much, you may need to adjust the way you monitor your illness. Here’s how.