Sugary sodas, empty-calorie snacks and a sedentary lifestyle is behind the type 2 diabetes rise in our kids. If you are a parent, you should be scared.
If you crash after eating dinner, could that be a warning sign of a health problem such as diabetes? Here are the facts about this common phenomenon…
Are blood sugar monitoring and insulin injections taking over your life? New glucose monitors and insulin pumps can simplify managing your diabetes.
I know fruit is healthy, but I have diabetes and have to watch how much sugar I eat. Fruit has a lot of sugar, doesn’t it? Does that mean I shouldn’t eat it?
Medicare has started to cover diabetes prevention programs for people with prediabetes. Here’s how to enroll.
Think you’re eating enough fiber to control type 2 diabetes? A new study says you probably need more—a lot more.
Adding this specialist to your healthcare team will help you get your diabetes under control and keep it there. Here’s how to find your perfect partner.
What is type 1.5 diabetes? How does it differ from other types of diabetes? Some researchers believe that type 1.5…
Chia seeds are full of water-soluble fiber that bulks up food so you eat less. That's particularly important if you have prediabetes.
Rice isn’t always a blood-sugar-raising no-no for diabetics. Some kinds have a lower glycemic index than others…and how you cook your rice matters, too.
Apple cider vinegar—indeed, any vinegar—can help prevent blood sugar spikes in people with diabetes or prediabetes. Here's the right way to use it.
Itchy skin…slow-healing cuts…tender gums…and more One of the best ways to prevent diabetes is to spot blood sugar (glucose) problems before the…
Take a bite of out diabetes—eat more fruit. In spite of its sugar, fruit may actually reduce your risk of…
Bitter melon looks like a warty cucumber. It's used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to control blood sugar in people with diabetes. Should you try it?
While obesity and inactivity remain key diabetes risk factors for type 2 diabetes, a frequent habit of using mouthwash may increase risk.
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