We all know that many Americans go hungry every day and hunger can lead people to buy more inexpensive foods they know are not good for their health.
This past week results of a study were released which looked at the use of gastric surgical procedures to fight diabetes.
Women with diabetes may need patience to reduce leg pain according to a new study.
Those with better education live longer and are more productive.
A new study suggests that the sugars in the plant used to make tequila may offer health benefits to people who are overweight or have diabetes.
What medical expenses can you deduct, and when? There’s been a change in tax law.
According to new research out of Mt. Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine, grilled and broiled meats have now been linked weight gain, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
If you have nerve damage caused by diabetes and high blood sugar, you’re not alone. More than half the people with diabetes have diabetic neuropathy.
The idea that all of that monitoring could be going on passively, through a contact lens, is especially promising for the world’s 382 million diabetics who need insulin and keep a close watch on their blood sugar.
A new report finds that adding an extra 2,000 steps to your day may lower your risk for heart attack and stroke by 8%.
If you suffer from diabetes or have a family member with the condition, please let them know about the importance of getting regular vision checks.
It is estimated that 8 to 12 million people in the US have peripheral artery disease, yet most people are not even certain of what peripheral artery disease is.
The estimated annual cost of obesity is $147 billion but the price on our overall health is even greater.
Could finger sticks to test blood sugar be a thing of the past? Researchers indicate the painful prick could be replaced some day by breathalyzers.
Americans are swallowing 22 teaspoons each day. A troubling statistic because women should be getting no more than six teaspoons a day, and men, nine.