Currently, close to 30 million people in the United States have diabetes. While treatment for this disease has come a long way, the condition still makes it difficult for the sufferer’s pancreas to produce insulin. This requires many people to… Read More
In the United States, over two million children and adults are living with a form of diabetes. Type-1 diabetes, also known as juvenile diabetes, is most often diagnosed in children and young adults, and occurs when the body is unable… Read More
You’ve been diagnosed with diabetes and the words insulin, blood sugar and glucose can be scary, especially if you haven’t heard them before. Learning that there is no way to cure diabetes and realizing that you now have a chronic,… Read More
Recent research has shown that diet may cure diabetes.
A study showed that by paying close attention to blood sugar monitors, the amount of daily calories consumed offers diabetes help in the fight against diabetes.
11 participants in a study… Read More
Type-1 diabetes, which is also referred to as insulin-dependent diabetes, is a condition where the pancreas no longer produces insulin, which consequently results in chronic high blood sugar levels. Unfortunately no one has found a way to cure diabetes… Read More