Researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School have discovered a new way to make life easier for diabetics using bio-sensing tattoos.
A new study by scientists shows you exactly why you shouldn't eat late at night.
Diabetes is a type of disease that involves metabolic disorder and high blood sugar levels.
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New reports show that the cases of diabetes in children has been improving.
More than a year after the first ever sugar tax in the US was imposed, a study has revealed results that it has successfully decreased the spending on sugary beverages. The data came from point-of-sale scanners that reflected the spending habits in the city.
A study has linked intestinal bacteria to the prevention of diabetes.
Coronary artery disease risk factors now include graying hair as an indicator after a study was based on how similar graying hair and atherosclerosis develops in the body.
Researchers from the University of California developed a drug that may do a reversal for Type 2 Diabetes. The diabetes treatment new developments make use of the inhibition of an enzyme LMPTP restore the insulin sensitivity of diabetics.
A team of researchers from Oregon State University is developing a contact lens that can detect blood sugar levels which they presented on Tuesday at the 253rd National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society. The tech will use a transparent biosensor that can potentially recognize symptoms of more diseases one day.
A study demonstrates the difficulty people with type 2 diabetes face when they work night shifts.
A recent study reveals that living under flight path roar causes diabetes due to rise of stress and sugar levels from noise pollution.
Researchers reveal that Type 2 Diabetes can be linked with Schizophrenia.
High sugar intake is usually associated with diabetes and obesity, but the practice has other dangerous consequences. Consuming high amounts of sugar can also trigger Alzheimer's disease.
There just might be a link between type 2 diabetes and rising world temperatures as a study from Leiden University Medical Center has been published.
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.