If you have a chronic condition like arthritis or diabetes, an argument with your significant other can worsen your symptoms, according to a study conducted by researchers at Penn State.
The best advice often comes from those who have been there, done that.
If you are afraid of needles, you are not alone. More people have what is called needle phobia than have diabetes. At least 10 percent of us have needle phobia.
Living with diabetes isn’t just about managing a health condition. It often requires an entire change in your lifestyle.
People who are deficient in vitamin D appear to have a much greater risk of developing prediabetes and type 2 diabetes than those with normal vitamin D levels, according to a recent study.
Despite having very similar symptoms and medical risks, the two primary types of diabetes are actually very different when you look closely at what’s going on inside the body.
While biotin is hailed as the supplement for healthy nails and hair, it can also help with those who have diabetes and multiple sclerosis. However, it can also interfere with medications for those with hypothyroidism. Here’s what you need to know.
A natural variation of a gene called KLF14 affects body fat distribution in some women and significantly increases their risk for developing type 2 diabetes, suggests a study from the University of Virginia School of Medicine
Is taking insulin a mark of failure? A lot of people believe it is. Corinna Cornejo thinks otherwise.
Intermittent fasting may help manage type 2 diabetes through better glycemic control. Learn more about the pros and cons of fasting diets and the evidence behind them.