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diabetes

Health slump? Nip it in the bud

Research shows it's much easier to preserve good health than reverse poor health—and everything worsens once diabetes enters the picture.

Break the cycle

Change your medical future by following this sage advice from a doctor who has seen it happen.

Stressful life, sleepless night

About a third of Americans are sleep-deprived as a result of political and economic anxieties.

Study: Diabetes affects brain in later years

There's no proof of cause-and-effect, but there's little doubt that control of blood sugar will benefit brain and body.

Low sugar ho-ho-wholesome holiday hints

You don't have to deny yourself the dessert table, but choose wisely.

Build a good food mood

What determines your cognitive output? Your nutritional input.

Patient Story

‘She was near death’

Charlotte Drinkall almost died on a family vacation. After being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, her life completely changed.

It’s all about the gut

Explore the link between digestive health and chronic disease.

You may be prediabetic and don’t know it, CDC warns

On average, 30 million Americans have diabetes, and the number of adults diagnosed with the disease has more than tripled in the past 20 years.

Candy ‘yes,’ high blood sugar ‘no’

Enjoy these 3 top tips for how to treat yourself to Halloween without the sugar hangover.

Patient Story

Surviving Vietnam, Agent Orange and diabetes

'I worked myself all the way up to eight insulin shots a day,' noted a veteran who has since turned his health care journey upside down.

Sit-stand desks good for the mind. What about the body?

Office workers spend up to 85 percent of their workday in a chair—research suggests that all that sitting contributes to obesity, diabetes, heart disease and even a shorter lifespan.