Study: Simple Blood Test Could Spot Diabetes 10 Years Before DiseaseResearchers are developing a new blood test that could help identify individuals at risk for developing diabetes years before the disease strikes, according to a new study.
Study: Daytime Napping Linked To Increased Risk Of DiabetesDaytime drowsiness and napping during the day may increase the risk of Type 2 diabetes, according to new research.
Study: Marijuana Users More Likely To Have PrediabetesCurrent and former marijuana users are more likely to have prediabetes compared to those who have never used the drug, according to new research.
Properly Fitting Shoes Key to Exercise, Stopping Pre-DiabetesOne in three Americans are starting to feel the symptoms of diabetes even if they haven’t been diagnosed. Exercise and healthy eating would help and having properly fitting workout shoes is key.
New Statistics Show Gestational Diabetes Cases IncreasingDoctors are now finding that gestational diabetes is more common than they thought.
Research: Women With Diabetes More Likely To Develop Heart DiseaseForget what you think you know about heart disease. There's new information that's shaking things up a bit.
Study: Drinking Coffee Can Help Prevent Eye DiseaseA daily cup of coffee can help prevent deteriorating eyesight and possible blindness from retinal degeneration due to glaucoma, aging, and diabetes.
Study: Eating Grilled And Broiled Meat Linked To Alzheimer'sAgents found in cooked and heated meats can reduce certain proteins that protect against Alzheimer's and diabetes.
Study: Firstborn Males At Greater Health RiskFirst born men weighed 15 pounds more than their second-born counterparts.
Study: Sugary Drink Consumption Could Cause 22 Percent Rise In Diabetes RiskA new study published Wednesday indicates that drinking one sugary beverage per day could increase a person's risk of eventually having diabetes by as much as 22 percent.
Study: First-Born Children At Greater Risk Of Developing DiabetesResearchers at the University of Auckland in New Zealand have learned that first-born children are at greater risk of developing diabetes.
Pediatricians Group Issues First-Ever Guidelines For Diabetic Kids