Latest by Rodrigo Barros, M.D., Ph.D.
People have been promoting all sorts of "cures" for diabetes since ancient times. Take a look at some of the most bizarre diabetes remedies of all time.
Major journal retractions have called into question some popular nutrition research. Can you tell the difference between good and bad food science?
There's nothing like the feeling of spending time with your grandchildren. But when you have osteoporosis, how do you ensure quality time isn't hard on your bones?
Is RFM a better indicator of body fat than the classic BMI assessment? Researchers think it may be more reliable, and much simpler to use.
I woke up this morning with a massive headache. After 3 cups of coffee, I still had the headache. I just checked my blood sugar, and it was 81. Is this normal?
Learn how to store your insulin to keep its potency, and how you can tell when it has gone bad and needs to be thrown out.
Even minor foot problems, such as cuts or sores, can lead to serious complications when you have diabetes. Follow these tips to keep your feet healthy.
Genetics and exercise both affect weight gain after menopause. Find out what you can do to prevent obesity as your metabolism slows down with age.
If you take insulin for diabetes, your prescribed dose is just your doctor's educated guess. These 10 signs can tell you when your dose is due for a tune-up.