Diabetes questions of the month

Will diabetes limit my life choices? Have treatments improved in recent years?

Should you be tested for diabetes?

The answer may be a resounding yes, but you don’t have to make that difficult decision alone.

Diabetes steals years, adds disabilities

Middle-aged adults will lose more than 3 years because of the disease, study estimates.

Fitness in youth may be key diabetes risk indicator

A study of 1.5 million people found that fitter teens had lower lifetime risk.

Stopping the spiral

Young people with diabetes sometimes struggle with both the disease and depression. There's help available.

Diabetes questions of the month

Is diabetes reversible? Does the condition reduce my life expectancy?

Eat your way to healthier glucose levels

Dietitian offers sound advice for finding proper balance in your busy life.

Scientists identify sugar-busting enzyme in rats

But whether it might impact human obesity or diabetes isn't yet known.

Artificial pancreas to get long-term ‘real-life’ trial

Researchers to measure how well the new technology helps people with type 1 diabetes.

Nasal spray may offer diabetics faster treatment

Trial found it easier to use than current remedy for low blood sugar.

Patient Story

A new life, a new commitment

A life-threatening infection was Larry Thomas' turning point, his rock bottom. Geralyn Merkey was there to meet him.

Sound the alarm

Minorities are at much greater risk of developing diabetes, but early action can make all the difference.

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