A new study showed that the hormone FGF21 could alter the brain pathway to lower cravings for sugar and alcohol.
Weight loss surgery offers substantial benefits to extremely obese people by keeping fat at bay and significantly minimizing the risks of Type 2 diabetes and heart-related diseases.
A nasal spray was effective at treating hypoglycemia, a potentially dangerous condition characterized by extremely low blood pressure that occurs in diabetics.
A recent study has found that coffee can reduce people's risk of dying from certain illnesses.
The rate of new diabetes cases within the U.S. has declined by nearly 20 percent, the CDC reported.
A study published in BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care shows that including walnuts in your diet for 6 months will improve the quality of your diet
A new study emphasizes the serious health risk posed to diabetic patients by the increasingly serious problem of air pollution.
Coffee is good for more than just making sure you make it to work on time. A new study shows that it has numerous and varied positive effects on a person's long term health.
The new figures show a worrying trend that there may be thousands of people out there who don’t even know that they are suffering from Diabetes
Eating home cooked meals does not only promote a healthy weight but also lowers the risk of having Type 2 Diabetes.
Harvard researchers have found that middle-aged or older women sleeping six hours or less a night, or oversleeping by two hours or more, are increasing their risk of developing type-2 diabetes.
A recent study has maintained that women who tend to deviate from a suitable and a scheduled sleeping pattern are more prone to diabetes.
Americans are eating healthier today than they were in 1999, a new study reported.
Watching too much television can increase one's risk of death, a study conducted by researchers from the National Cancer Institute found.
Fewer Americans are dying from the common causes of death, a new study is reporting.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.