New research finds that type 1 diabetes does not necessarily mean a total loss of insulin; nearly half of patients still produce some of the hormone.
Small amounts of physical activity can offer health benefits that protect against insulin resistance, a precursor to type 2 diabetes and can result from a high-fat diet.
An Addisonian crisis can cause weakness, nausea, fever, and even death. Learn more about this condition caused by an adrenal gland failure.
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New research reveals that under 1 hour per week of resistance exercise, independent of aerobic exercise, is tied to lower risk of metabolic syndrome.
Neuropathy, or nerve damage, commonly affects people with diabetes, causing pain and loss of feeling. In this article, learn how it can be controlled.
A chemical compound found in broccoli sprouts and other cruciferous vegetables may help people with type 2 diabetes to manage their blood glucose levels.
Researchers have found that insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas contain vitamin A receptors, and that blocking them reduces insulin secretion.
Compared with a conventional diabetic diet, a plant-based vegetarian diet is much more effective for weight loss and improving metabolism, study shows.
A large-scale study finds that a blood sugar-reducing drug for type 2 diabetes also has cardiovascular benefits and reduces the risk of kidney disease.