New research examines the patterns of physical activity among women in the United States who also have a form of cardiovascular disease.
A low-carb diet is one strategy to help manage diabetes symptoms and reduce the risk of complications. In this article, learn why a low-carb diet helps, what to eat, and what to avoid.
Gestational diabetes is a temporary form of diabetes that can occur during pregnancy. Learn about the symptoms of gestational diabetes, such as increased thirst and blurred vision, here.
Ulcerative colitis causes inflammation of parts of the digestive system. It is possible for women with ulcerative colitis to get pregnant, have a healthy pregnancy, and give birth safely. Learn more about ulcerative colitis and pregnancy here.
If someone with diabetes experiences leg pain, it may be a sign of diabetic neuropathy. Neuropathy is a serious complication. Learn about the possible treatments and home remedies here.
Although it is not always possible to prevent gestational diabetes, eating well and exercising regularly to achieve or maintain a healthy weight can reduce the risk. Learn more here.
Many commercial cereals are high in carbohydrates and contain added sugars. Learn about which cereals are safe for people with diabetes to eat in this article.
Humalog and NovoLog are types of medication that can help control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Learn about the differences between them here.
Diabetic ketoacidosis is a medical emergency that can occur in people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. In this article, learn about the symptoms and underlying causes. We also cover treatment and prevention.
New research finds that intensive therapy for lowering the blood pressure of people with type 2 diabetes reduces their risk of mortality.