Diabetes Heart Disease Articles
Groundbreaking research finds that severe heart failure may sometimes be reversed—eliminating the need for a transplant.
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.
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.
It's important to know the basics about your cholesterol levels in order to know how to lower high cholesterol and protect your heart.
Two studies find that women with diabetes may have higher risk for heart trouble.
It's long been known that people with diabetes have a higher risk of heart problems.
A registered nurse walks us through the benefits of keeping your blood pressure in check.
Heart attacks and diabetes are related in a number of ways. Learn how to reduce your risk.
Studies have found that those with diabetes may face a greater risk of developing atrial fibrillation.
Learn how to prevent or control high blood pressure, a common diabetes complication.
Two recent studies suggest that taking statins can significantly reduce your chance of dying from several types of cancer.
Receiving early screening and treatment for type 2 diabetes may significantly reduce your risk of heart disease and death. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Researchers have found a possible link between chocolate and heart health.