Researchers, led by a Yale team, observed positive effects in as few as 3 days from a diet that can reverse type 2 diabetes and other health conditions.
Stem cells could address diabetes-related circulation problems, including peripheral artery disease (PAD), and prevent other health problems and amputation.
Researchers have found a link between soda, juice consumption and health problems, like diabetes and metabolic syndrome, due to sugar.
New discovery takes us a step closer to a cure for type 2 diabetes.
Researchers have announced the discovery of a new type of diabetes which is caused by a genetic mutation and can be passed on to children.
New target for reducing dysfunctional blood vessel development in the eye in a condition called diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness in working-age adults, has been found.
Healing molecule discovery could reduce limb amputations for diabetes patients by using the body's tissue repair system.
New sensor patch allows diabetics to effectively measure their sugar levels, pain free.
An extraordinary array of new and validated pathways for diabetes treatment now possible due to recent research into tumor genomics and diabetes.
The basis for chronic pain from diabetic neuropathy, which affects about 25% of people with diabetes, has been uncovered by researchers.
Discovery could be used to determine if a person is at high risk of diabetes in the next year or never - and may also help predict which patients will respond to specific diabetes therapies.
Joslin researchers have found a protective mechanism that lowers chronic inflammation leading toward cardiovascular disease and clogged arteries in people with diabetes.
The good news for people with Type 2 diabetes is that you are likely to be able to reverse it, according to findings presented at the European Association For The Study of Diabetes.
A drug for type 2 diabetes has been found to provide significant benefits to type 1 diabetic patients, according to a new study..
Too many older diabetes patients are being overtreated and undertreated, raising concerns about a one-size fits all approach which affects certain groups more than others.
New treatment for Type 1 Diabetes is on the horizon thanks to researchers who discovered a more successful option than the one currently used.