Scientists found that different levels of sleep could affect men and women differently.
Our mysterious microbiota could help us fight diabetes and even stay slim.
Sheep could be the perfect vessel.
A drug originally designed to treat diabetes has reversed Alzheimer's disease symptoms in lab mice.
Nearly half of the patients on this experimental diet stopped requiring medications to control their blood sugar.
Alex Azar was formerly a top executive at Eli Lilly, a major producer of insulin.
A new study suggests severely obese patients are more likely to achieve a healthy BMI if they undergo bariatric surgery sooner rather than later.
Clinical trials on a prospective type 1 immunization are set to begin next year.
It's called sulforaphane, and it lowered blood sugar in people with the condition.
The U.S. has the highest rate of childhood obesity in the world's most populous nations.
Artisanal sourdough is not a superior health choice.
Cheaper soda is likely to lead to higher rates of obesity, diabetes and cancer worldwide, according to a new report from the CDC and American Cancer Society.
Diabetes has exploded in developing countries as poor workers go from hard labor to "sedentary lifestyles."
The Middle East has seen the biggest increase in diabetes prevalence.
Electronic skin patch detects glucose levels through electrochemical sensors and delivers drugs through micro-needles.
Big Pharma is reluctant to test a cheap, generic diabetes pill that could be the fountain of youth.
The findings are drawn from two lifestyle surveys that included questions about sleep habits.
Soft drink companies pay scientists to positively portray their products.
The substance, called harmine, helps regenerate pancreas cells.