The secret for the cure of chronic disease, diabetes, and even pancreatic cancer may lie in vitamin D treatments. The vitamin can reportedly treat damaged beta cells, which is behind high glucose levels in diabetes.
Aside from totally curing type 1 diabetes, the new treatment could also allow patients with type 2 diabetes to discontinue their ise of insulin shots.
Obesity tops the lists of preventable health conditions that shorten lives, overtaking tobacco and diabetes.
The researchers found a strong connection between consumption of n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and an increase in sedentary behavior
Scientists develop a biosensor for contact lenses that can detect blood glucose levels for diabetics - and potentially more.
Women who consume large quantity of alcohol for a short period of time, even before their pregnancy, were more likely to give birth to children with high blood and sugar and increased risk to diabetes.
Global warming played a role in the increasing incidence of type-2 diabetes all around the world.
A new research shows that a kind of diet, named fasting-mimicking diet, could cure diabetes.
Contrary to popular belief, a new study revealed that sitting for extended period of time does not increase the risk of diabetes.
Now is a time for human enhancement, and it appears a time when the rest of humanity will be relying on implants for survival is coming upon us.
Scientists have just launched an ambitious project which, if successful, may mean that patients with type one diabetes will have insulin delivered automatically.
Altered dopamine receptors, and not just the excess weight alone, might be the reason why obese individuals tends to move a little or mostly inactive.
Combination of one of the widely prescribed diabetic medications and an antihypertensive drug could be used to treat wide range of cancer.
Chemotherapy, today’s leading drug treatment for cancer, can be tougher on your heart when you have diabetes. This is what an emerging study presented at the EuroEcho-Imaging 2016.1 last December 10 suggested.
A new research presented at the annual meeting of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI) in Leipzig, Germany suggests that babies born to mothers with diabetes may be at risk of poor brain development.