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What do you do when the treatment for one chronic illness leads to the development of another challenging disease?
Chronic alcohol use is a risk factor for type 2 diabetes. Here's the story of James Cato Ferguson, whose heavy drinking caused his diabetes.
Without regular checkups, silent heart attacks in people with diabetes can remain undetected and cause more damage.
Could diabetes be a top cause of death in the U.S., but secondary complications are being blamed instead?
If you've been diagnosed with prediabetes, don't give up hope. Lifestyle changes and medication may still help you delay or prevent diabetes.
Diabetes can lead to a painful foot deformity in which a toe bends unnaturally and becomes claw-like. Here's what you can do to prevent or treat hammertoe.
If you have symptoms that suggest you may have diabetes, these are the lab tests that can help confirm your diagnosis.
Hypoglycemia can cause confusion, loss of balance, fainting, dizziness, and injuries from falls. Here’s what to know.
Type 2 diabetes usually develops gradually over many years, and the initial symptoms may be almost unnoticeable. As glucose levels increase, most people develop these classic initial symptoms.
More than 29 million people in the United States have diabetes. Unfortunately, about 8 million do not even know they have it. Another 86 million American adults have “prediabetes.” Here are 10 risk factors for type 2 diabetes, which accounts for 90 t...