Diabetes information, education and resources
If you have type 2 diabetes, you may have a weakened immune system. Learn some simple steps you can take to preserve your health.
For individuals with diabetes, it is important to be aware of the various types of skin disorders that can arise because of the disease. Early diagnosis and treatment is vital. Keep reading to learn more about six common diabetes skin disorders.
Recent studies have found that women with type 2 diabetes are at greater risk of suffering from urinary incontinence. However, it can be treated. Find out how.
Mononeuropathy--damage to a single nerve--sometimes occurs in individuals with diabetes. Learn more about mononeuropathy and how it causes diplopia.
It seems like a new glucose meter hits the market each week, all with the latest bells and whistles. With such a jammed marketplace, making a decision about your glucose meter can be difficult. Download this guide to glucose meters today to get a better understanding of where to start.
Continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMS) are convenient and help you to identify trends in your blood sugars. Download this guide to learn about the benefits of CGMS and get information about models on the market today.
Knowledge is power when it comes to diabetes--both type 1 and type 2. Download our guide to diabetes to get an overview of diabetes, learn about its complications, get tips on good management techniques and more.
Insulin pens are convenient insulin delivery devices. But, do you know about the different types (prefilled versus durable)? Do you know about the different types of insulin? Download our guide to insulin pens today to get inside information on all things insulin pens.
After deliberating, an FDA advisory panel voted to recommend the comprehensive and severe restrictions on Avandia (rosiglitazone) be changed.
A new study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found that patients taking GLP-1 therapy drugs, such as Januvia and Byetta, were at twice the risk of developing pancreatitis.
A new study revealed the heart drug Ranexa may reduce chest pain in individuals with type 2 diabetes, and may even have glucose-lowering potential. Learn more.
Japan's health regulator has approved Novo Nordisk's latest combination drug to treat diabetes. Ryzodeg combines long-acting insulin, Tresiba, with its rapid-acting insulin, NovoRapid.
The FDA rejected applications from Novo Nordisk to market its two new insulin products, Tresiba and Ryzodeg. The FDA wants the pharma company to complete a new cardiovascular study about the safety of the drugs.
If you have diabetes, you may have encountered situations or conversations that made you feel ashamed for having diabetes. Diabetes, especially type 2 diabetes, still carries a stigma, a stigma we need to address.
A 2012 study published in the journal Neurology found a relationship between high, but normal blood sugar levels, and loss of brain function. This type of function is commonly found in dementia-related diseases, such as Alzheimer's.
Women with a history of breast cancer are at higher risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study published in the journal Diabetologia.
Omada Health recently launched Prevent, an online, 16-week program designed to help participants lose weight and avoid diabetes. Learn more about Omada Health and the Prevent program.
A recent study revealed that heart risks seen in individuals with patients are similar to the heart risks associated with obstructive sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea can increase the risk of heart attack, high blood pressure, heart failure and more.
Ford is working with medical professionals and other companies to research and develop a series of health apps that would work while in a car. These apps are aimed at helping consumers manage their health in real-time, even when behind the wheel of their car.
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