RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Diabetes

A collection of news and information related to Diabetes published by this site and its partners.

Top Diabetes Articles

Displaying items 34-44
  • In Arizona, swings in Medicaid access show program's impact

    In Arizona, swings in Medicaid access show program's impact
    Bad timing turned Karen Slone's medical problem into a crisis. Slone, 53, a former administrative assistant with diabetes, followed doctors' advice for years, getting regular checkups. Then, last year, she lost her job and her insurance, and stopped...
  • Is magnesium deficiency a hidden clue to many ailments?

    This scenario occurs often in American health care: A doctor takes the blood pressure of a patient with no known health problems and finds it elevated. A diuretic is prescribed to reduce body fluids and return blood pressure to normal. But during a...
  • Diabetes Quick Fix: Herb Crusted Mahi-Mahi Over Vegetable Brown Rice and Apricot-Glazed Pears

    When fish is really fresh, it needs only a few minutes to cook. Add fresh herbs and you have a delicious meal. HELPFUL HINTS: You can use any type of non-oily fish. Count 10 minutes cooking time for each inch of thickness. To check for doneness, stick...
  • Steps can be taken to combat prediabetes and prevent its progression to diabetes

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Is it possible to cure prediabetes, or does being diagnosed with it mean you'll either always have it or eventually become diabetic? ANSWER: Having prediabetes does not automatically mean you'll go on to develop diabetes. But it is a...
  • Type 1 Diabetes Increasing As Medical Teams Shrink

    Type 1 Diabetes Increasing As Medical Teams Shrink
    In the 15 months since Brian Lybeck's Type 1 Diabetes' diagnosis, the seventh grader and his family have worked with four different diabetes educators at Connecticut Children's Medical Center. Like their counterparts at other diabetes practices, the...
  • Donald F. Steiner, researcher who made advances involving insulin, dies

    Donald F. Steiner,  researcher who made advances involving insulin, dies
    Dr. Donald F. Steiner, a University of Chicago faculty member since 1960, did ground-breaking research on insulin that included the discovery of what he called proinsulin, a finding that has improved the lives of people with diabetes around the world....
  • Are you at risk for Type 2 Diabetes? Take the 7-question ADA test

    Are you at risk for Type 2 Diabetes? Take the 7-question ADA test
    Learn how to manage your risk. To see what your risk factors are for developing Type 2 diabetes, go to www.diabetes.org, or call 1-800-DIABETES to take the Diabates Risk Test. The questions involve age, weight, gender, family history, blood pressure,...
  • Local company develops training products for self-injection

    Local company develops training products for self-injection
    Twenty years ago Jeff Baker started a promotional product company in a spare bedroom in his home in Indianapolis. Today, that business, called Noble, has turned into a privately held multimillion-dollar niche product manufacturing company that takes...
  • Commentary: Preventing illness begins in the produce aisle

    *This post has been corrected, as noted below. For many American families, a healthy lifestyle begins at the supermarket. Nowhere else are more crucial decisions made about our overall health than in the aisles of the local grocery store. Whether you...
  • Western diet's spread bad for health, climate? It doesn't have to happen

    Over the next 35 years or so, the populations of the world's wealthiest nations are expected to be joined at the banquet table by the growing populations of countries undergoing rapid development. If past patterns dictate the menu, the serving staff...
  • En la guerra contra esas libras de más, muchos pierden

    En la guerra contra esas libras de más, muchos pierden
    Como en todas las batallas, donde se gana o se pierde, en la guerra contra las libras de más cada día muchos están siendo derrotados. Por lo menos eso es lo que indican cifras en Florida, que señalan que más del 64 por ciento de la población está siendo...