Articles for Tag: "Type 2 diabetes"

Holiday risks for diabetics who don’t know it 
Holiday risks for diabetics who don’t know it
Millions of Americans who aren’t aware they may be prediabetic could be jeopardizing their health while dining this season.
Childhood obesity spurs new guidelines 
Childhood obesity spurs new guidelines
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends new procedures to help doctors manage childhood diabetes linked to weight.
Texting helping diabetic patients 
Texting helping diabetic patients
Find out how daily text messages are giving diabetes patients a new lease on life.
Low melatonin tied to Type 2 diabetes risk 
Low melatonin tied to Type 2 diabetes risk
Women with lower levels of melatonin are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study.
No. 1 cause of kidney disease? Unmanaged diabetes  Featured
No. 1 cause of kidney disease? Unmanaged diabetes
Health experts say it’s critical for diabetes patients to understand how the condition may damage their kidneys and how to prevent it.
Diabetes: Walk away your risk 
Diabetes: Walk away your risk
Researchers say a 15-minute walk after mealtime may prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes in seniors.
Why firstborns may be at greater risk of diabetes 
Why firstborns may be at greater risk of diabetes
A surprising study shows that the oldest child in a family may be at a higher risk of developing diabetes. Find out why.