Women with diabetes are at high risk of pregnancy complications. But there is a lot women can do to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
What if you could treat obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure just by limiting when you eat and drink all your calories? New research says it might work.
Africa is known to be where humans originated. This makes it the most genetically diverse region in the world. Diversity in other populations represents a subset of the diversity within Africa.
One of the worst consequences of diabetes is foot ulcers, which often lead to amputations. As Diabetes Awareness Month comes to an end, an expert explains the dangers and some promising solutions.
World Diabetes Day provides an opportunity to look at the messaging around Walmart insulin, touted as a solution to soaring insulin prices. Cheaper insulins may not work as well for many people.
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Red meat and processed meat seemed to get the all clear in a recent study but not everyone agrees.
The Democratic candidates hoping to replace Trump in 2020 debated a host of critical issues but never brought up the equally important challenge of Americans' food security.
Societal pressures make it hard for people living in low-income areas to change their ways.
Artificial intelligence holds great promise for medicine, but safeguards are needed to ensure it does not harm patients.
How do hummingbirds drink sugary nectar and not get sick? Don't they need a balanced diet to stay healthy? Do they eat anything else?
Our research estimates how much benefit taxing sugary drinks could bring to Indonesia.
Public health practitioners and marketers alike need to reflect on how their ads will be received by racialized groups who often feel negatively stereotyped.
Evolutionary quirks found in the animal kingdom protect against common diseases.
There is a huge variety of sugar substitutes available. What's the difference? Is one better for controlling blood sugar levels for diabetes? Is one better for individuals trying to lose weight?
People with Alzheimer's disease have lower rates of type 2 diabetes than the general population.
Many couples share exercise, eating and weight patterns. Families of women with gestational diabetes and gestational hypertension more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes in the future.
A small patch allows people with diabetes to measure their blood glucose levels easily. But this technology isn't currently subsidised, so many everyday Australians who could benefit are missing out.
Lipids in the so-called superfood reduce a central driver of the inflammation associated with type 2 diabetes.
A recent research study found that cheese reduced insulin resistance in prediabetic rat models.