More than 75% of people who meet the criteria for prediabetes did not receive any intervention or treatment from their physicians, according to a recent study. Find out who they’re missing and why.
UC Riverside-led study has health implications for non-smokers living in homes that have – or have had – smokers. Thirdhand smoke exposure causes insulin resistance, a precursor to type 2 diabetes.
Researchers at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University have found that a two tests are better than one when it comes to detecting whether someone has prediabetes, including children.
A new study has found that sildenafil (brand name: Viagra) improves insulin sensitivity in individuals with prediabetes and also lowers a marker of heart, kidney disease risk.
A University of Colorado study finds that insufficient sleep reduces insulin sensitivity and increases the risk of diabetes, adding to the list of ailments sleep loss is linked to.
Add type 2 diabetes to the list of reasons why smoking is bad. Harvard researchers have found that smokers and people exposed to second hand smoke have a higher risk for type 2 diabetes.
Disturbing news for Americans — the percentage of U.S. adults with prediabetes or diabetes is around 52%. The one positive note is that the increase seems to be leveling off.
Study analyzed data that combined interviews, physical exams and laboratory tests to find out who does better at preventing or managing diabetes — college grads or those who didn’t graduate college.