Results of a new medical study suggest that vaccines can be made that would inhibit development of insulin-dependent diabetes.
Study shows dietary intervention in adolescence benefits glycemic control and blood pressure long-term.
Majority of those surveyed expressed an interest in a peer mentoring program to improve diabetes control.
Obese children who get kidney transplants tend to be younger, shorter and on dialysis longer than their leaner peers, according to a recent study.
Young children who lead inactive lifestyles are five-to-six times more likely to be at serious risk of heart disease, with that degree of danger emerging as early as their teenage years.
New vaccine has been shown in early trials to stop progression of type I diabetes.
Investigators have successfully prevented the onset of type 1 diabetes in mice prone to developing the disease using an antibody against a receptor on the surface of immune T-cells. Findings have significant implications for the prevention of type 1 diabetes.
Women who breastfeed longer have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a study in the November 23/30 issue of JAMA.
The need to make islet replacement successful as a viable cure for people with Juvenile Diabetes received a boost with the launch of a new JDRF Center for Islet Transplantation.
Twenty five percent of obese children and 21 percent of obese adolescents tested by Yale researchers were glucose intolerant and at high risk for developing diabetes.
By manipulating a cell that controls the immune system’s response to infections, researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and their colleague have prevented the onset of diabetes in mice predisposed to the disease. The finding one day may lead to the development of a preventive therapy for people at risk for type 1 diabetes.
The first step in addressing the obesity epidemic is to teach parents of young children how to eat right, according to new research published in Preventive Medicine.
Heart function may be affected in people with Type 2 diabetes as early as adolescence, according to a new study.
A new study has found that a child's fatness at age five is not related to being breastfed or the age in infancy when other foods are introduced.
After people with type 1 diabetes have a heart attack, their long-term chance of suffering even more heart damage skyrockets. Now researchers have identified the misstep that sparks this runaway chronic damage and a promising way to block it.
There's encouraging news for the more than 16 million Americans living with diabetes-painful needlesticks associated with insulin injection may soon be a thing of the past.