A new program called the ketogenic diet is gaining popularity. It advocates taking in more fats and consuming carbohydrates to a bare minimum.
In a new study, scientists found that diabetes patients who also suffered due to blood pressure and were exposed to treatment drugs tended to be more at risk of heart attack.
A mat created with new technology by four engineering students can help diabetics to monitor their temperature, avoid infections and prevent amputations.
Intensively lowering blood pressure has a long-lasting effect in preventing heart attacks, strokes and deaths, but intensive blood sugar control doesn't produce those benefits, according to a new research.
Researchers at Kaiser Permanente found that diabetics who used mail order pharmacies visited the ER a lot less than diabetics who picked up their prescriptions in person.