Type 2 DiabetesInfo Center
Lots of factors go into a patient's type 2 diabetes risk. New evidence suggests that gestational diabetes and weight changes could be among those factors.
Sitting may feel nice, especially after a long day. Too much of it, however, isn't doing your heart health any favors.
They say teens will eat anything that isn't nailed down. If that includes nuts, it could improve teens' health.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been a subject of controversy since past research linked it to health problems like cancer. New evidence, however, might clear up some concerns about this treatment.
Many Americans are on the path to developing diabetes, but it’s not too late to make a U-turn.
Exercise is almost never a bad thing, but new evidence suggests that not all exercise is created equal.
There may be more to healthy eating than vitamins, minerals, and fat and sugar content. How much you eat and when could have an effect on your blood sugar, too.
Between late-night feedings and diaper changes, new moms may not prioritize their own blood sugar levels. However, healthy choices and medications could prevent diabetes in those at risk for it.
Knee pain — a sign of arthritis, related to obesity or just the result of getting older? Whatever the reason, diet and exercise might be able to prevent or reduce knee pain in overweight older adults with diabetes.
No cholesterol, yes cholesterol. No coffee, yes coffee. What to eat can get pretty confusing for the average eater. New recommendations may clear up some of that confusion.