Report: Scientists Find Alzheimer's Treatment While Trying To Cure DiabetesThe medication, known as a triple receptor drug -- or "triple agonist" -- reportedly works in multiple ways to protect the brain against degeneration and promote growth.
Is Fast Food Linked To Childhood Heart Disease?Researchers in Britain say kids who regularly eat fast food could be on the fast track to getting heart disease and diabetes when they are older.
Diabetes, Obesity Responsible For Rising Cancer Rates, Study FindsA first of its kind study suggests the world needs to lose weight to prevent cancer.
Using Mouthwash Too Often Raises Diabetes Risk, Study SaysA person using mouthwash twice a day was increasing their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by as much as 55 percent.
Jail Official Sentenced To Prison After Denying Medical Care To Dying Diabetic InmateA former Oklahoma jail administrator was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison after the 2013 death of a diabetic inmate that the official allegedly accused of faking an illness.
Regular Alcohol Consumption Could Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study FindsRegular consumption of certain alcoholic drinks in moderate amounts could cut a person's risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.
Making Medical History: Teen Suffering From Type 1 Diabetes Receives Artificial PancreasA Connecticut teenager is making medical history. She's one of the first in the country to receive a so called artificial pancreas.
Pros & Cons Of New Type 2 Diabetes DrugsInvokana, Farxiga and Jardiance – you’ve probably heard those names a lot lately in commercials.
Diabetes Study May Open Doors For New Treatment A new study for people with type two diabetes could lead to new treatments for the disease.
Study Shows Diabetes Rates Skyrocketing Worldwide
New Study Links Diabetes, Obesity To Autism RiskDiabetes and obesity are at epidemic levels in women of child bearing age and now a new study is linking the two conditions to autism risk.
AHA: Heart Attack Causes, Symptoms Are Different In WomenA woman’s heart attack may have different causes and symptoms and some risk factors can be even more dangerous, according to a new, first-ever statement from the American Heart Association.