diabetes complications

A clinical trial shows those with diabetes given the drug Jardiance were 38% less likely to die from a heart attack, stroke or other cardiovascular disease.


It’s an unfortunate truth, but diabetes is one of the leading causes of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. In fact, people with Type 2 diabetes are five to eight times

Learn what happens to your blood sugar levels overnight and how you can keep them in check!

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After a diabetes diagnosis, there is usually a time of education. You learn all about the disease and how it affects your body. Part of that learning curve is discovering when your blood sugar levels tend to be

Diabetes can be dangerous for your feet. To avoid serious complications, use these tips to help both you and your feet stay healthy.  


An unfortunate side effect of diabetes can be possible complications with your feet, which might be very dangerous if you are not careful. Even a small cut can produce serious consequences.

Retinopathy is the most common eye disease those with diabetes suffer from. Prevention lies in lowering the risk factors by managing your diabetes and your overall health.

 If you or a loved one have diabetes, you’re likely aware that it can affect a number of different areas of the body. One such area? The eyes.

Developers of a new device to treat diabetes retinopathy say that their invention will be implanted behind a patient’s eye to deliver medication on demand."We wanted to come up with a safe and effective way to help diabetic patients safeguard their sight," lead author Mu Chiao, a mechanical engineering associate professor at the University of British Columbia

A new study  purports that children with Diabetes generally have poorer eating habits than other children, leading to, what could be,  very serious complications in their future.

 Minority male adolescents 15 and above are those with the highest risk. Influential factors include a low level of parental education, low-to-middle family income,  and low parental involvement in Diabetes management.

A growing number of overweight American children and adolescents are being diagnosed with chronic diseases once considered illnesses of adulthood.

In addition to the well-known rise in Type 2 diabetes among U.S. youth, children affected by obesity also are suffering from fatty liver disease, hypertension, high cholesterol and sleep apnea.  Concern is