At risk for diabetes? Cut the carbs, says new study

While low-carb diets are often recommended for those being treated for diabetes, little evidence exists.

Researchers develop non-invasive blood glucose monitoring process

As a child, Maria Valero witnessed her diabetic father prick his finger several times a.

Lipids in blood predict nerve damage risk among patients with type 2 diabetes

Of the 37 million Americans with diabetes, up to 50% may end up with nerve.

Summer is the season of caution: Extreme heat events mean higher risk for diabetics

The global effects of climate change have been demonstrated to extend beyond the environment to.

New study reveals a widening gap in diabetes-related mortality between urban and rural areas in the US

A new study published in Diabetologia finds that there is a widening gap in diabetes-related mortality.

Young-onset type 2 diabetes linked to substantially higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death, finds study

Men and women who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes (T2D) aged 40 or younger.

Top-selling drug Farxiga sees potential to reach more patients

One of AstraZeneca Plc’s top-selling drugs Farxiga, a diabetes treatment, is beneficial to a wider.

Detecting diabetes before the first symptoms appear

A team from the UNIGE in collaboration with the HUG has discovered a molecule that.

Study finds undiagnosed diabetes in US is significantly lower than current estimates

A new study from researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health estimates.

AI + ECG heart trace can accurately predict diabetes and pre-diabetes

An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm, derived from the features of individual heartbeats recorded on an.