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Researchers report sulfonylurea and insulin drugs can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease compared to other drugs. Here’s what you need to know.
If you have chronic foot ulcers related to type 2 diabetes, learn more about a potential way nitric oxide treatment can harnesses the body’s own healing mechanisms.
You may know that diabetes affects male fertility, but what about prediabetes? Here's what you should know about high blood sugar and men’s sexual health.
When you live with what is referred to as a 'lifestyle disease' like type 2 diabetes, people often wonder if your condition is somehow your fault.
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.
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.
Gastroparesis, or “paralyzed stomach,” occurs when a person’s stomach takes too long to empty into the small intestine. Here’s how to find relief.
Living with diabetes can put you at greater risk for falls. Learn some of the reasons diabetes makes you more prone to falling and how to protect yourself.
Keep yourself—and others—safe on the road by getting regular eye exams to detect age-related vision changes.
Foot care is essential if you have diabetes. Here are seven tips for avoiding serious foot complications.