Diabetes Complications Articles
Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency is relatively common in people with diabetes. Be aware of these signs, symptoms, and treatment options.
Here's help for developing and sticking with a good exercise plan.
Learn why diabetes may lead to hearing loss and see tips to help you prevent it.
Women who have diabetes face unique health risks and medical issues.
Learn how to prevent painful and expensive dental problems linked to poorly controlled diabetes.
Eye problems are common among people with diabetes, and can include diabetic macular edema, retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts.
Be on the lookout for these not-so-common ailments that may be due to your diabetes.
It's important to know the basics about your cholesterol levels in order to know how to lower high cholesterol and protect your heart.
Unlike other complications, diabetes-related non-alcoholic fatty liver disease can often be reversed. Learn about causes, symptoms, treatments, and more.
Flu is more dangerous for people with diabetes. Here's how to help prevent it and survive it.
Pain medications, mood-altering drugs, and talk therapy may help you manage pain from diabetic neuropathy.
Neuropathy is an especially important health issue for people with diabetes to learn about because it could greatly affect your life.
Two studies find that women with diabetes may have higher risk for heart trouble.
Learn how prevention and early detection can help protect you from this common complication.
Learn how to manage sexual problems as a woman with diabetes.
Diabetes could lead to uncomfortable or painful foot problems from diabetic neuropathy or peripheral vascular disease.