Type 2 Diabetes
In our country, one in 11 people have type 2 diabetes. It does not end there – another 86 million Americans have pre-diabetes where their blood sugar levels are higher than they should be.
Too many carbohydrates in the diet can increase the risk of people developing type 2, or adult onset, diabetes.
A new study has found that eating two large meals a day, rather than six small meals, leads to more weight loss.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on new research that shows the amount of red meat you eat could increase or decrease your risk of developing diabetes.
Multiple studies indicate that childhood obesity, and the problems associated with it, need to be addressed.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Many people think if they have diabetes that they cannot eat dessert. However you can include small amounts of sweets into a well-balanced diet. If you think about it, desserts have a […]
A major study called the Diabetes Prevention Program (dpp) looked at more than 3,200 people at high risk for type 2 diabetes.
Over 500 million people may be affected by diabetes by the year 2030. Even if we are able to encourage people to diet and exercise, it is clear that we will only be able to stem that tide a small bit.
Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are chronic, lifelong conditions. Currently, there is no permanent cure for either type. However, there is hope in research for a cure and in prevention.
It is one of the strangest associations in medical research — the idea that depression and diabetes are linked together.
Sometimes a cold, hard look at a condition like diabetes gives us the best information. Certainly in the United States it has to be seen as a major health problem.