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.
Lifestyle changes can prevent full-blown disease.
A proactive approach to pre-diabetes aims to help people avoid the condition.
You don’t have to sacrifice a healthy diet when you fire up the grill this summer.
The price of insulin has jumped 400 percent over the past decade, leaving some patients choosing between food and medicine.
Despite a string of bad breaks, a Michigan man turns to the gym and a healthy diet to shed nearly 120 pounds and some bad habits.
Dietitian agrees excessive soda consumption is problematic, but adds that study's findings need further research.
Four out of 10 such people have higher blood sugar by middle age.
Doctors expect Emma Scott, 7, to live a 'normal kid' kind of life after Type 1 diagnosis.
FDA approves first continuous glucose monitoring system for treatment decisions, sparing folks from three daily fingersticks.
Ben Krieger had no idea that his extreme symptoms—fatigue, thirst, hunger and weight loss—were signs of Type 1 diabetes.