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Researchers said that a newly studied molecule may have the potential to aid in diabetes treatment.
Working night shifts or changing shifts on a day-to-day schedule may raise one's risk for Type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Take work-related stress seriously, because it could be a factor in the development of type 2 diabetes.
Women are at an increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes compared to men.
The risk of developing diabetes has doubled since the 1980s. Americans are at a greater risk of developing diabetes than ever before.
A new study is taking a closer look at lifestyle interventions versus genetic testing in preventing type 2 diabetes.
Could type 2 diabetes be genetically determined? According to new research, that may be just the case.
Between 2001 and 2009 the prevalence of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes among America's youth has increased, leaving scientist asking why.
Learn about new efforts to prevent diabetes among Latinas in the United States - a group with a higher than average risk of diabetes.
Some people don't have a filter on their mouth — especially when it comes to talking diabetes. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Bariatric surgery helps many to achieve diabetes remission. But it's what happens afterward that determines whether you will remain in diabetic remission.
New research suggests that a rare gene may protect against type 2 diabetes.
Millions may have diabetes without realizing it, because symptoms may not seem serious at first. Here are symptoms you should watch for.
Many people express concern about 'inheriting' type 2 diabetes or passing it along to their children; lets look at the hard data.
Learn why your dentist may soon be screening for diabetes during checkups.
This may be a game changer in the way we think about obesity and its relationship to diabetes.