Heart Attack, Type 2 Diabetes, & Your BMI

If you are trying to lose weight, you've probably heard of the body mass index, or BMI.

Preventing Amputation Could Be Just a Step Away

When Jann Butler's aunt suffered an amputation due to diabetic ulcers, he knew he didn't want other people to suffer the same fate.

Why is Diabetes on the Rise?

If there is one thing the medical community is sure of, it's that diabetes is on the rise.

Study Says “Healthy Eating” Means “Healthy Fats”

“Low-fat” has been the battle cry of the health-conscious for over ‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌

Type 2 Diabetes: Risk After a Heart Attack

You've heard it before and you'll likely hear it again: type 2 diabetes increases your risk of heart disease.

The Artificial Pancreas: Is it Finally On its Way?

For years, type 1 diabetics have been anxiously waiting for that medical marvel that can stop the constant injections: the artificial pancreas.

Dexcom G5 Mobile Gets FDA Approval

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

Type 2 Diabetes: Different Gender, Different Treatment

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

Diabetes and Mental Health: A Disturbing Connection

Managing diabetes is hugely challenging for people of any age, but a new study suggests that young people may suffer all the more.

Does Breastfeeding Prevent Diabetes?

Breastfeeding a newborn holds many benefits for mommy and baby; it reduces the baby's risk for colds and viruses, it helps his bones (and yours) get nice and strong, and it