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Katie Hartnett, clinical nutrition manager for CarePoint, and Leah Gorhan, a nutrition student volunteer from Montclair State University, fielded a number of questions from the nearly 150 people who attended the World Diabetes Day event at the Landmark Loew's Jersey City Theatre on Nov. 14. The event was hosted by CarePoint Healthcare and Loew's ... (more)
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Nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes, and while many of those individuals manage their condition through a combination of treatment options, each year thousands still face one of the most devastating side effects of the disease: amputation.
The amount of effort it takes for people with diabetes to pick the right foods and track everything they eat is a common source of frustration.
Even mild bouts of depression may worsen the health complications that often go along with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Just in time for the holidays, a new diet book to help you keep those holiday pounds off.
An improved version of Sanofi's diabetes drug Lantus is better than the old one at controlling blood sugar levels and comes with fewer hypoglycemic events, new late-stage trial data showed on Tuesday.
AUSTRALIANS are risking amputations, kidney failure and blindness by not taking type 2 diabetes seriously, says a leading specialist on the disease.
Dr. Caroline Kramer, an endocrinologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, is shown in a handout photo.
Diabetes and Alzheimer's are thought to be linked through excess insulin production flooding into the brain, disrupting amyloid plaque removal.
First Nations adults with diabetes are more likely to develop end-stage kidney disease compared with their non-First Nations counterparts, a Saskatchewan study suggests.
For those with the disease, a normal day consists of constantly monitoring blood sugar levels, coordinating meals, exercising, medications and/or insulin injections.
A new study says First Nations adults who develop Type 2 diabetes do so more than a decade earlier than non-native people, and have double the risk of going on to develop kidney failure.
Taylor and Francis released a report on December 1, 2013 entitled Sucralose , A Synthetic Organochlorine Sweetener: Overview Of Biological Issues in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B: Critical Reviews .
Nada Fayad, a 48-year-old Dearborn mother of five, is part of a growing health concern in Metro Detroit -- uninsured Arab-Americans with diabetes.