Diabetes - Treatments

Female Complications and Diabetes

Women must deal with some complications that men don t. Here, the diabetes complications no one talks about.

Could an Artificial Pancreas Cure Diabetes?

Under development is an amazing, life-simplifying device.

5 Ways to Cut the Cost of Diabetes Treatment

How to ease the financial burden.

Can You Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?

Experts say that Type 2 Diabetes can be reversible if you re willing to change your lifestyle.

Have Your Diabetes Meds Stopped Working?

You take your meds faithfully, yet judging from how you feel, you're beginning to suspect they may not be as effective as they'd once been.

Better Health Results in a Better Sex Life

Good health ups the odds that you and your partner will have a better time in bed.

Life after a Kidney Transplant

There are rocky patches, but recipients often can look forward to having more energy and a less constrained lifestyle.

The Truth about 1.5 Diabetes

If it s not type 1 and it s not type 2, then what is it? Find out about this misunderstood and often misdiagnosed form of diabetes.

Share Your Story. Become a Health Hero.

Have you or a loved one survived a life-threatening disease? Are you currently struggling with depression, chronic pain, heart disease, or other health-related condition? Have you gone to extraordinary lengths to help someone in a health crisis? If so, we want to hear from you!

Simple Lifestyle Changes for Pre-Diabetics

Rethinking your diet and exercise regimen can restore your blood sugar to normal.

Is Insulin Always a Last Resort for Type 2 Diabetes?

For those with type 2 diabetes, there are many solutions so you can avoid injections.

Once-a-Day Treatment for Diabetes

New in India, a once-a-day injectable insulin could be a life changing medication.

Expert Q&A: 3 Common Diabetes Questions

Exercise Physiologist Dr. Sheri Colberg answers readers' questions on the most common concerns of diabetics.

Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes: What's Next?

When you first receive a type 1 diabetes diagnosis there are several steps you should take right away to properly manage your disease and enjoy better long-term health.

Diabetes and Travel: 10 Items You Should Carry

When you have diabetes and travel away from home, even for a few hours, you need to be prepared for any problems. Here are 10 items you should always carry with you.

Diabetes and Pancreatic Cancer

Here, the link between diabetes and pancreatic cancer and a diabetes medication that can lower the risk.

Diabetes: Stem Cell Research

What you need to know about diabetes and stem cell research.

Diabetes: Is Your Doctor Right for You?

How to tell if your doctor is right for you and meeting your needs in managing your diabetes.

Causes of Penis Pain

An overview of the most common causes of penis pain and treatment.

Diabetes: Guide to the Glycemic Index

Is the glycemic index important for treating your diabetes?

The Benefits of Diabetes Support Groups

Joining a diabetes support group online or in your community can improve your disease and overall well-being.

Cutting the Cost of Diabetes Treatment

More diabetics are putting their health at risk during the recession. Learn how to lower the cost of diabetes.

Is Intensive Insulin Therapy Too Risky for Diabetics?

Intensive insulin therapy offers people with diabetes many benefits. But are the risks worth it?

Diabetes and Menopause: A Dual Challenge

Having diabetes and going through menopause simultaneously doubles the health risks for women. Learn about better ways to treat both conditions.

Relieving Diabetic Nerve Pain at Home

The top 8 ways to treat diabetic neuropathy pain at home.

The Link between Diabetes and Tuberculosis

Find out how your condition can put you at an increased risk for TB.

Insulin Resistance: A Growing Epidemic

The epidemic of insulin resistance puts one in three Americans at risk for type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease. Find out how you can prevent insulin resistance.

Diabetic Nerve Damage: An Overview

Nerve damage, or neuropathy, is a common side effect of diabetes. Learn about the symptoms and how to reduce your risk.

Stress and Diabetes

What's the connection between stress and diabetes? Knowing can help you gain more control of your condition and reduce the long-term impact.

What s New in Diabetes Research: Engineering a Cure

Find out the latest on the diabetes front.