Type 2 diabetes
Rosie O'Donnell gives weight loss update after taking diabetes drug
The comedian has been updating her fans on her weight loss journey after being prescribed diabetes medication.
Women With Diabetes Almost Twice as Likely to Die Prematurely: Study
Type 2 diabetes was assumed to have a greater effect on men's health.
Small Amounts of Dairy May Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes: Study
The statistics, however, indicate that the risk is increased by red and processed meat.
Unborn Babies at Diabetes Risk if Exposed to 'Forever Chemicals': Study
Chemical substances used in waterproof and nonstick household products could lead to metabolic dysfunction at the embryo stage, according to new research.
Diabetics Face Vital Drug Shortage After Influencers Promote Weight Loss
"The shortage is significantly affecting people using Ozempic for its approved use for type 2 diabetes," said Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration.
Governor Newsom Says California Wants to Make Its Own Insulin
"Insulin should not drain your bank account," Gavin Newsom tweeted after announcing California is working on a plan to produce the life-saving hormone.
Diabetes Screening Age Lowered to 35 for Overweight, Obese Americans
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force said that among adults age 18 and older, 14 percent have been diagnosed with diabetes and 33 percent are prediabetic.
Danish Company Secures FDA Drug Approval To Treat Diabetes, Weight Loss
The FDA approved of new drug, Wegovy, to be sold in the U.S. and marketed for weight loss. The drug has been modified from Novo Nordisk's diabetes drug semaglutide.
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How to Manage Your Diabetes Better With This App
Living with type 2 diabetes is not easy. If you're looking for an app that will help you to keep your diabetes in check, the MyDiabetes app might be what you need to power through your diabetes.
Type 2 Diabetes Drug Manufacturer Recalls 76 More Lots For Cancer Concerns
Some of the lots contain N-Nitrosodimethylamine in higher levels that is more than the daily recommended amount. However, it might be safer to keep taking them than to quit cold turkey
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5 Health Issues Intensified by Lack of Sleep
Depriving the body of sleep does not only cause grogginess. It causes more serious health issues than that.
Britain Begins Diabetes Trial After 50 Percent Recover Within One Year
Around 10 percent of the U.S. population has diabetes and around one-third at risk of developing the disease.
Diabetes Drug Metformin Recalled by Multiple Manufacturers Over Carcinogens
Lupin Pharmaceuticals is the second company in three days to recall the drug, designed to improve blood glucose levels, because of high levels of impurities that can cause cancer.
FDA Investigating Diabetes Drug for Traces of Cancer-Linked Chemical
"If these reports are true, it could be a big blow to many millions of people on this drug," an expert said.
Study Finds Greener Neighborhoods May Be Better for Metabolic Health
A recently-published study found an association between living near spaces with more plants and a lower risk of obesity and heart disease.
Vitamin D Pills Could Slow Progress of Type 2 Diabetes, Prediabetes
Vitamin D regulates a number of genes involved in diabetes, the co-author of the study told Newsweek.
Low-carb Diet Could Reduce Risk of These Diseases
Scientists gave participants low-, medium- and high-carb diets to see what they did to their health.
How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain, According to Scientists
Scientists studied 100 people during the indulgent period spanning Thanksgiving and New Year's Day.
Insulin Shortages Could Affect Millions of Diabetics
Rates of Type-2 diabetes are expected to soar over the next 12 years.
Drinking Soda Could Raise Alzheimer's Disease Risk
Scientists studied thousands of elderly people in New York City to arrive at their conclusion.
5 Habits to Cut Obesity in Children: Harvard Study
Following these habits appeared to slash the risk of becoming obese by 75 percent, scientists found.
Newly Identified Cell Prevents Fat From Forming
What if we could control fat cells and prevent them from forming?
Is Fasting an Effective Treatment for Diabetes?
The approach may be a long-ignored health savior but some researchers call for caution.
Could Insulin Hold the Answer to Cause of Alzheimer's?
Evidence suggests that diabetes drugs might be an effective treatment for Alzheimer's patients.
Fasting Diets 'Could Raise Risk of Diabetes'
Fasting every other day could affect how the body releases insulin.
Diabetes Has Five Types, Not Two: Study
Scientists think there could be at least five distinctive types of the disorder.
Type 2 Diabetes Diet Could Help Reverse Disease
According to estimates, one in four people don't even know they have the disease.
Broccoli Extract Lowers Blood Sugar in Type 2 Diabetes
It's called sulforaphane, and it lowered blood sugar in people with the condition.
A Gluten-Free Diet Increases Risk of Diabetes
Contrary to what was believed, cutting down on bread won't make you healthier.
'Eat Fat Get Thin' Advice Is 'Irresponsible'
A report by the U.K.'s National Obesity Forum has been criticized by the U.K.'s chief nutritionist.