Vegetables are good for anyone, with a rich array of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and plant compounds, but they can especially benefit people with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is when a person cannot control their blood sugar. Find out which vegetables are best for type 2 diabetes, and some tasty ways to eat them.
New research examines the association between 'mentally tiring work' and the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes in more than 70,000 women.
A new study indicates that people with moderate muscle strength have a lower risk of type 2 diabetes. Resistance training could contribute to this effect.
New findings on the role of estrogen in diabetes may have a profound effect on how we understand the condition and dietary changes that may control it.
Insulin injections are part of daily blood glucose management for many people with type 2 diabetes. Now, a new pill could spell the end for injections.
New research suggests that optimism may lower the risk of type 2 diabetes among postmenopausal women. Conversely, negative emotions may heighten risk.
The guidelines that the American Heart Association (AHA) issued for maintaining cardiovascular health may also reduce the risk of diabetes.
Many people have misconceptions about type 2 diabetes. In this article, we discuss five of the common myths surrounding this condition and provide the truths.
A new review of existing research examines the effect of the gut bacteria composition on the effectiveness of type 2 diabetes medications.
New research examines cognitive function and brain atrophy in both people with and without type 2 diabetes over the course of approximately 5 years.