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.
This past year was a busy, productive one for diabetes research and care.
Food, exercise and blood sugar are important pieces of the puzzle—but foot health is a chief concern, too.
Want to help friends and family members who have diabetes? Create holiday meals with low- and no-sugar offerings—and keep portions small.
Children with Type 1 diabetes may face triple the risk of developing autoantibodies that can lead to celiac disease.
Start by setting the same rules for everyone in the family.
'I wouldn’t recommend the ketogenic diet for weight loss,' expert warns.
Injections in mice led to symptoms of the disease.
Lifestyle changes can prevent full-blown disease.
A proactive approach to pre-diabetes aims to help people avoid the condition.
The price of insulin has jumped 400 percent over the past decade, leaving some patients choosing between food and medicine.