A clinical trial shows that linezolid, a new antibiotic, is at least as effective as two older therapies for treating diabetic foot infections.
A multinational study has identified a key gene mutation responsible for type 2 diabetes in nearly 10 percent of patients of white European ancestry.
Scientists have discovered a new class of moleculesâ€”produced in human and mouse fatâ€”that protects against diabetes.
Researchers have discovered that a particular type of hormone found in fat cells helps regulate how blood sugar is controlled and metabolized in the liver.
An anti-inflammatory drug called lisofylline could be beneficial for people at risk for Type 1 diabetes.
The risk of security threats targeting an artificial pancreas is a major concern and has not been sufficiently considered in the research and development...
Depression and type 2 diabetes mellitus were each associated with an increased risk for dementia and that risk was even greater among individuals diagnosed...
The first minimally invasive therapy reverses Type 1 diabetes within 24 hours and maintains insulin independence created by Purdue Scientists.
Diabetes is the leading reason for kidney failure in the world, resulting in patients requiring dialysis or kidney transplantation. New research has found a cell in the kidney could be the key to understanding why this happens.
A study suggests avoiding cooking methods that produce the kind of crusty bits you'd find on a grilled hamburger, especially if you have diabetes and know you're at increased risk for cardiovascular disease because of your diagnosis.
If the current trend in new cases of diabetes in Mexico continues, the projected number of people that could be diagnosed with the disease...
New research shows that older adults are mixing potentially life-threatening drug combinations. Many also take vitamins or supplements that interact negatively with the prescription...
The drug rituximab causes considerable kidney injury healing in patients with membranous nephropathy, a common form of kidney disease.
A study by researchers at the Joslin Diabetes Center has shown that adherence to prescribed dietary recommendations is associated with better glucose control in children with type 1 diabetes.
A new study has shown conclusively that a neuropeptide, melanin concentrating hormone (MCH), found in the brain and known for its role in increasing appetite in people, plays a role in the growth of insulin-producing beta cells and the secretion of insulin.
Elevated blood levels of two inflammatory substances seem to be independent risk factors for type 2 diabetes, researchers report.