The United States will spend roughly $2.5 trillion this year on health care. Almost three-quarters of that is spent treating chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. But now, just across state line in Reno, there is a new approach: the city is putting its money on prevention.
Living with Type 1 Diabetes can be challenging — checking blood sugars, calculating insulin dosages – but Danielle Foreman doesn’t let it keep her down.
A new commentary published online in the Feb. 1 issue of Nature says sugar is just as “toxic” for people as the other two, so the government should step in to curb its consumption.
Schools are in a constant battle to get more students to walk to school in an effort to improve their overall health.
Paula Deen, the Southern belle of butter and heavy cream, makes no apologies for waiting three years to disclose she has diabetes while continuing to dish up deep-fried cheesecake and other high-calorie, high-fat recipes on TV.
Researchers at the University of California at San Francisco say one way to improve your health may be takings some tips from our Stone Age ancestors.
Harvard researchers have found a strong association between eating red meat and an increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
A security researcher who is diabetic has identified flaws that could allow an attacker to remotely control insulin pumps and alter the readouts of blood-sugar monitors. As a result, diabetics could get too much or too little insulin, a hormone they need for proper metabolism.
A special summer camp for diabetic children kicked off Monday in San Jose. It’s a place for kids with type 2 diabetes or even pre-diabetes to learn how to manage their condition before it gets any worse.
Doctors say more heavy diabetic patients are having painful complications after heart surgery. But there is a new way to repair the damage.