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diabetes type 2

30 million Americans now have diabetes

People should consider testing, even if they think they don't have it.

Costly struggle for life-saving drug

The price of insulin has jumped 400 percent over the past decade, leaving some patients choosing between food and medicine.

Study: Daily soda could up diabetes risk

Dietitian agrees excessive soda consumption is problematic, but adds that study's findings need further research.

Slim but sedentary? Beware prediabetes

Four out of 10 such people have higher blood sugar by middle age.

New tool in Type 2 fight: Bariatric surgery

Weight-loss procedure could represent the biggest shift in diabetes treatment since insulin.

Should you be tested for diabetes?

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

New diabetes cases drop for first time in decades

But it's not all good news: The U.S. still has more diabetes patients than 37 other developed nations.

Sleep patterns may affect diabetes risk

Study says adding two or more hours of shuteye each night might be a warning sign.

Control type 2 diabetes to prevent dementia

Poor blood sugar control increases risk of brain troubles.

Diabetes: Still all about that gut

New research about Type 2 diabetes may be helpful, but it still supports the importance of healthy eating and regular exercise.

Diabetes research advances

Learn what’s new, what’s coming up and why so many of us should still get tested.

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