Diabetes Prediabetes Articles
Many of them don’t know it, making the problem worse.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has set March 22, 2016 as Diabetes Alert Day.
Those living with gout, especially women, may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Are you worried you or someone you know may have diabetes? Check out the signs and symptoms and get advice on your next steps.
A new study suggests partners of newly diagnosed diabetics are twice as likely to develop diabetes themselves in the year after the diagnosis of a loved one.
Studies have found that going to bed later could contribute to health problems like diabetes and metabolic syndrome.
Losing just 7 percent of your body weight could reduce the risk of prediabetes becoming Type 2 diabetes.
At risk for diabetes? Watch out for these three common symptoms of type 2 diabetes.
The number of people in the U.S. who have diabetes keeps increasing - and a lot of people with the condition have no idea.
Prediabetes often leads to diabetes. Here’s how to find out if you have prediabetes, plus simple steps you can take now to help prevent diabetes later.
What you need to know about the risk factors for prediabetes.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that a third of the U.S. population is prediabetic.
Yogurt is the next super food when it comes to fighting type 2 diabetes.
A link has been found between glucose intolerance (pre-diabetes) and Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Walking for 15 minutes three times a week after your evening meal can lower your risk of getting type 2 diabetes and lower your blood sugar. Learn more here.
Take your health into your own hands and use these five easy steps to halt the progression of prediabetes. Read more here.