Is Type 2 Diabetes in the Genes?

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

Possible New Benefit For Metformin Users

Many people with type 2 diabetes take the drug metformin to control their blood sugar levels.

Diabetes-Related Blindness On The Rise

People with diabetes are, unfortunately, often beset with a host of other health problems, including

Antibiotics & Type 1 Diabetes: Mice Study Points to Possible Connection

Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotics have unquestionably revolutionized the health industry.

Cut Out Dry-Cooked Food to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

We all know that what we eat can play a big factor in how well we control our diabetes.

SGLT2 – Who? New Diabetes Drug Has Doctors Hopeful

A new study in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN) has the medical community excited about a new typ

Study Says Fatty Fish Can Reduce Diabetic Eye Risks

People with diabetes are well-aware of the risks their condition poses to the rest of their bodies.

Type 2 Diabetes: Could Fluoride Be the Culprit?

Diabetes, as we know, has risen at an alarming rate across the world – cases have nearly quadrupled over the past 3 decades, and nearly

Protein Plus Exercise Equals Improvements for Type 2

We all have that friend who can lose weight by just thinking about exercise.

FDA Approves Adlyxin For Type 2 Treatment

In a recent press announcement, the U.S.