A clinical trial recently showed that nearly half of individuals with type 2 diabetes achieved remission to a non-diabetic state after a weight-loss intervention...
A drug used to manage diabetes may reduce heart disease and death in people with diabetes regardless of their cholesterol levels and whether they are on a statin therapy.
New technique to treat large cutaneous ulcers, including those seen in people with severe burns, bedsores or chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes, announced by researchers.
Warning that cases of a rare but serious infection of the genitals and area around the genitals have been reported with the class of type 2 diabetes medicines.
Ketogenic diets, which are low carb high fat eating plans that are known to lead to weight loss, may cause an increased risk of Type 2 diabetes...
By using sex and BMI, doctors can help people with type 2 diabetes improve control of blood sugar and help avoid damaging side-effects.
Experts from the University of Stirling have made a type 2 diabetes breakthrough after studying why some people develop diabetes while others do not.
Self-monitoring of type 2 diabetes reduces follow-up costs by more than half according to a recent study.
Human insulin is as safe and effective to treat type 2 diabetes as costlier insulin analogs, according to Yale researchers.
A diagnosis of diabetes may also come with a more than threefold risk for developing pancreatic cancer for people, depending on their race.
Scientists have discovered that electric stimulation of the brain regulated the metabolism of blood sugar (or glucose) and increased insulin sensitivity.
A new discovery about the effects of aging in our cells could allow doctors to cure or prevent diabetes, fatty liver disease and other...
Enhanced activation of a commonly used vitamin curbs type 2 diabetes progression.
New research uncovers the role of a particular protein that could help aid wound healing in patients with diabetes.
Scientists have created a non-invasive, adhesive patch, which measures glucose levels through the skin without a finger-prick blood test.
A New York University and East Carolina University study has found a concerning decline in dental care among people with diabetes.