More than 29 million Americans had diabetes in 2012. About 208,000 of those are under age 20 (Type 1). Another 86 million Americans are considered “prediabetic.” We’re tracking what’s new and what you can do to prevent—or conquer—the challenges of living with diabetes.
Vacations don't have to slow down just because of diabetes in the family.
Explore the coming revolution in blood sugar monitoring, from skin sensors to contact lenses.
People with diabetes have to watch both sides of that all-important number—when it's too high, and when it's too low.
Intensive therapy cuts risk of needing a procedure in half, researchers report.
Coming to grips with her diagnosis, Nicole Etrheim got busy, learning about diabetes, adjusting her lifestyle and networking with others.
At first, Mary Jo Bump refused to accept her diagnoses. Then she put her stubbornness to work.
Patient with diabetes shares her story and a few suggestions for living life without limits.
Learn what’s new, what’s coming up and why so many of us should still get tested.