Latest by Rodrigo Barros, M.D., Ph.D.
More than half of American adults had either diabetes or prediabetes in 2012, a study in JAMA says. Getting diabetes is now more common than ever before.
Being overweight or obese is the medical condition that affects almost everyone who has type 2 diabetes. Here are 12 common methods for approaching weight loss.
Living with diabetes, you’ll need an ophthalmologist, a dietitian, a podiatrist, a dentist, and a dermatologist too. Find out what to look for when picking your doctors.
Foot care is essential if you have diabetes. Here are seven tips for avoiding serious foot complications.
My boyfriend all the sudden started smelling very strongly of maple syrup. He also is increasingly tired and irritable. Is this a symptom of diabetes?
My hemoglobin A1c is 8.7 and serum glucose is 126; my doctor said it’s not serious. Should I be concerned?
Prefilled syringes with insulin for future use can be helpful for some people. Learn about the necessary precautions for safely prefilling syringes.
Most people know the general symptoms of type 1 diabetes but they might not know what signs to look for in infants and toddlers.
Every three to six months, we have our A1C measured. But what does that number really mean? And how do you compare it to your blood glucose reading?