A new study from the American Heart Association finds sleeping less than six hours a night could more than double the risk of death for people with metabolic syndrome.
Instead of the usual blood test required to be able to diagnose and monitor diabetes, a new sweat sensor is being developed to improve such process.
UK children are eating half of their recommended daily sugar allowance at breakfast alone. Parents are advised to prepare healthier foods that kids would love.
If you have a habit of munching something between meals even if you are not hungry then this can be harmful for your health
If your blood sugar levels are even slightly higher than the normal but not diabetic, you may still face an increased risk of kidney damage, suggests a Norwegian study
A new study reported that newly diagnosed patients with diabetes and depression can benefit greatly from mental health coaching.
A new study found that women who have elevated levels of a particular liver enzyme have a greater risk of developing gestational diabetes.
A recent study found that people with prediabetes believe that they are in excellent or very good health.
Researchers tested the effectiveness of a sensor-augmented pump therapy for type 1 diabetics and observed a reduction in hypoglycemic events.
Drug manufacturer, MannKind Corp announced that their insulin inhaler was effective in reducing blood sugar levels in a Phase 3 clinical study.
Doctors discovered a tumor in the pancreas that was causing Rosemary McGinn to act intoxicated for two years.
South Asians may have to exercise more to increase their fitness level and reduce their diabetes risk, according to a new study.
Researchers found that for seniors over 60, walking for 15 minutes after every meal could help regulate blood sugar levels and prevent type II diabetes.
Researchers found that heavy weight lifting might be able to control blood sugar levels.
Researchers found that the combination treatment of Western drugs with traditional Chinese medicine was effective in treating type II diabetes.
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.