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Sulfonylureas are the oldest type of type 2 diabetes drugs, but they're dangerous for people who have latent autoimmune diabetes. Here's what you should know.
Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness in America. Learn about diabetes-related eye conditions and how often you should get your eyes checked.
Breast cancer survivors who receive hormone therapy may have a higher risk of diabetes. These tips can help you limit excessive weight gain after treatment.
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.
Getting pregnant with type 1 diabetes is less risky than it used to be, but it still presents some challenges. Here’s what you should know.
Diabetic neuropathy is the most common complication of diabetes, and many people with diabetes don't even know they have it. Learn how you can protect yourself.
Believe it or not, your feet are a good barometer of your overall health. Learn how your feet can offer early warning signs for bigger health issues.
If you're trying to improve your A1C level, focus on these 10 specific areas, including nutrition and strategic blood sugar testing, to reach your goals.
Poor sleep not only increases your type 2 diabetes risk, but also having type 2 diabetes can contribute to your sleep problems. Here's what you can do about it.
If you're a woman with type 1 diabetes, believe it or not, your body will likely begin producing insulin again during pregnancy.