Diabetes Oral Medications Articles
Experts say it could do more than previous Parkinson’s treatments. Here's what we know so far.
If you aren't achieving optimal results in your diabetes management, you and your doctor might need to make adjustments.
Research sheds new light on the controversy.
Important information for users of canagliflozin (sold under the brand names Invokana, Invokamet, and Invokamet XR).
Diabetes medications may harmfully interact with other drugs, whether prescription or over the counter.
Those who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes must usually combine lifestyle changes and medications to control their blood glucose and insulin levels.
Are you new to taking oral medications for your type 2 diabetes? Learn the basics here.
A study suggests that this blood glucose-lowering pill could help heart health in people with type 2 diabetes.
Small variations in genetics may increase someone's risk for diabetes and reaction to certain diabetes drugs.
Updated research has prompted the FDA to strengthen warning labels on NSAIDs.
A dual SGLT inhibitor may help those on insulin acheive better diabetes control
Understanding the associated side effects of some diabetes medications is important.
Are these medications increasing your risk for heart disease?
A study finds a therapy that can help with the gastrointestinal adverse effects from metformin.
Optimistic research suggests this may be what stops us from developing type 1 diabetes. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Researchers have found a drug that appears to reverse obesity and metabolic disorders in mice.