Diabetes Complications Articles
Around 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes develop some sort of neuropathy (nerve damage) according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Those with the highest risk…
Here’s what you should know about pills that are probably in your medicine cabinet now.
New findings can help you make smarter choices in footwear.
Spot a common complication of diabetes before it threatens your eyesight.
Two heart-healthy measures may work better together than either one does alone.
Groundbreaking research finds that severe heart failure may sometimes be reversed—eliminating the need for a transplant.
Learn more about the possible health risks associated with diabetes and how you can help to reduce them.
Simple changes in your diet habits could help protect you from a common liver condition that often goes unnoticed.
We now know more about who can safely benefit from this proven diabetes medication.
The For Your Sweetheart campaign is encouraging people with type 2 diabetes to be informed about their increased risk for heart disease--and to discuss that risk with their doctors and loved ones.
Choosing the freshest foods all year round is good for your health, your blood sugar, and our planet.
Guest blogger Rachel Head, CDE, talks about how to stay safe when you're hospitalized.
Making hard choices about chronic kidney disease
What to do if you have kidney disease or heart problems.
Explore the pros and cons of getting imaging stress tests for your heart.
Even if you may not have the most heart-healthy lifestyle, there are probably still small things you're doing to improve your heart health.