Anxiety is more prevalent among people with diabetes. Read on to find out why and to learn about the treatment options available for each condition.
Recent findings suggest that glucocorticoids — a class of anti-inflammatory drugs that doctors often prescribe — may increase the risk of diabetes.
New research looks at the cumulative environmental factors that affect the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in rural and urban areas.
Hyperinsulinemia is when the body contains too much insulin. It can link to insulin resistance and diabetes. Learn about its symptoms, causes, and related conditions, here.
Discover how regular insulin works and helps manage diabetes. We describe how much regular insulin to take, potential side effects, and other considerations.
According to new research, receiving motivational texts a few times per week could help people with diabetes manage their condition.
Research suggests that probiotic yogurt may be beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes. We present the research here, while outlining which yogurts to choose, and which to avoid.
Gluten is not harmful for most people with diabetes, though in some cases, a gluten free diet can be beneficial. Learn more about it here.
Diabetes can directly and indirectly cause constipation. We discuss the link between diabetes and constipation and look at the symptoms and treatment of diabetes-related constipation.
Diabetes and stress seem to be linked in several important ways. This article explores how stress can lead to diabetes, how diabetes can cause stress, and research backed ways to manage stress.