Science and Research

Many factors go into the treatment of type 2 diabetes: a patient's age, health,

Diabetes, as we know, has risen at an alarming rate across the world – cases have nearly

Middle-aged men often lose both fat and muscle when dieting, but a new study claims that

For decades people with type-1 and advanced type-2 diabetes relied on painful and often

Scientists have discovered that a single gene forms a common link between

Could a person's risk for type 2 diabetes be written in their genes?

Women who frequently shift around their sleeping hours could have worse metabolic health

The presence of the hormone leptin may hinder prenatal development, which could explain

An analysis of fossilized Native American feces shows that our ancestors ate up to

Managing diabetes is hugely challenging for people of any age, but a new study suggests

Disruptions to the gut’s ecosystem could be a future symptom facing young children who

Fans of the Dexcom G5 Mobile have something to smile about.


For years, type 1 diabetics have been anxiously waiting for that medical marvel that can

If you have been recently diagnosed with type 2

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