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diabetes

Smoking and diabetes linked to calcium buildup in brain

Risk factors affect the part of the brain that plays an important role in short- and long-term memory.

Study: Artificial sweeteners won’t affect your blood sugar

Sugar substitutes, however, don't give sugar-free chocolates and candy a 'health halo.'

El rompecabezas más grande del mundo: un millón de piezas

Una vez armado, el programa científico All of Us (en español, Para todos nosotros) podría brindar una radiografía sin precedentes sobre salud y bienestar en los Estados Unidos.

New diabetes guidelines are a win

Treating illness at its root cause requires a personalized approach.

A big belly is bad for your heart

If you have belly fat, the target will be waist loss rather than weight loss.

Low sperm count may signal serious health risks

A fertility evaluation gives men the unique opportunity for health assessment and disease prevention.

Vitamin D3 may benefit heart surgery patients

Vitamin D deficiency is linked to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, congestive heart failure, high blood pressure and diabetes.

Patient Story

Up and walking

After a year of diminished mobility, Troy Hodge is on the move again, thanks to an early post-op prosthetic device.

Getting back to bread

Don't be so quick to write off this once-favored staple of your diet.

Siete palabras y siete reglas para comer (bien)

'Coma comida, no mucha y generalmente plantas.'

Doctors relax diabetes goals

New guidelines add some slack to long-term blood sugar targets—but diabetes is still a widespread problem in the U.S.

When diabetes strikes earlier, it’s deadlier

Type 2 in young people can lead to a more aggressive disease with more complications.