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.
Diabetes symptoms are not always obvious – and the condition could already be doing damage to your nerves, kidneys and retinas. Here are six subtle symptoms to watch for.
A new Cleveland Clinic study finds that excess fat itself — not just associated factors like high blood pressure, high cholesterol or lack of exercise — is harmful. Preventive cardiologist Haitham Ahmed, MD, explains the genetic analysis linking obesity with diabetes and coronary artery disease.
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Medications that lower blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes can make it hard to lose weight. Fortunately, some newer anti-diabetes medications make weight loss easier. Endocrinologist Betul Hatipoglu, MD, offers suggestions.
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.
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.
As diabetes educators, we are frequently asked if sugar substitutes are safe and which ones are best.