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.
Continuous glucose monitors may help people with Type 1 diabetes in managing their blood sugar levels safely.
Researchers found that fructose, sugar in fruits, cause the worst cardio-metabolic disease.
Catching up on sleep can lower short-term risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Fructose could potentially speed up cancer growth, a new study is reporting.
Metformin is not an effective option for teenagers who are overweight or obese and have type 1 diabetes, a new study reported.
A new study found that grapefruit juice had similar effects to diabetes drug, metformin in reducing blood sugar levels in mice models.
A new study conducted in mice and humans is reporting that artificial sweeteners could actually be contributing to metabolic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes.
Researchers from the University of Warwick discovered that a particular substance found in sugar could turn high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, also called the good cholesterol, "bad."
A new review reported that the combination of aerobic exercise and strength training can greatly improve diabetics' blood sugar control.
According to a new study, scientists found that gut cells can be coaxed into making insulin, which is the hormone that type 1 diabetics lack in their body.
As many as one in 10 pregnant women develops gestational diabetes in the U.S.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has released a new statement recommending a lower blood sugar target level for children diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
According to a new study, researchers found that eating a low glycemic diet with bread made with canola oil can help reduce risk of cardiovascular disease for diabetics.
Men and women who consumed mushrooms with glucose showed a significant decrease in glucose responses compared to those who consumed glucose alone, according to a new study. The effect is more well founded in women.