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.
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.
Biochemists dipped into the health benefits of olives and olive oil - and discovered a compound that helps prevent type 2 diabetes.
A recent Duke study found an increased risk of diabetes with higher intake of certain meats, including red meat and chicken.
Researchers discovered the ability of Nischarin to treat or prevent metabolic diseases including obesity and diabetes.
Researchers found a higher risk and earlier diagnosis of diabetes in women with PCOS, which affects 5 to 6 million women in the United States alone.
Chocolate may help prevent and treat diabetes according to a new BYU study, but there's a catch.
The prevalence of diabetes in hospitals was studied by German researchers who determined that 1 in 4 patients hospitalized was a diabetic.
A spongy implant into fat tissue reduced weight gain and blood-sugar levels with no adverse affects - a development that can benefit people with diabetes or prediabetes.
Scientists have found a new way to protect stem cells from harsh inflammation during wound repair, and it involves a common anti-inflammatory drug.