Diabetes Complications Articles
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.
Get advice from the "Diabetes Doc" about reducing or preventing complications that come with diabetes, such as kidney and eye disease.
Dr. Michael Dempsey discusses the four ways you can help reduce your risk of developing diabetes complications.
You think Star Wars is all about the light side versus the dark side, good versus evil, green lightsabers versus red lightsabers, but maybe it was really about diabetes all along.
There is a link between diabetes and psychiatric disorders, but there are many steps you can take to avoid the risk and maintain strong mental health even if you have diabetes.
Because atrial fibrillation and diabetes have many of the same risk factors, it's important to know how to lower your chances of developing one if you have the other.
A new study found that diabetic women are at particular risk of cardiovascular disease when they are exposed to long-term air pollution.
Type 2 diabetes raises your cancer risk. Here’s how to lower it.
A recent study found that people with diabetes are about twice as likely to lose their teeth compared to people without diabetes. Regular oral hygiene care is critical to prevent this complication of diabetes.
Diabetes makes you more susceptible to yeast infections. RN and PWD Jewels Doskicz explains why, answers common questions, and discusses treatment.
These five exercise tips will allow you to get the benefits of exercise with the few minutes you have to spare every day.
Neuropathy isn't just for older adults with diabetes. Take action now to prevent problems and complications later on in life.
You've heard of neuropathy, but do you know what it feels like when you have it? RN Jewels Doskicz explores the pain and the treatments.
Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency is relatively common in people with diabetes. Be aware of these signs, symptoms, and treatment options.