What is the link between breastfeeding and diabetes
Breastfeeding for six months and longer reduces the risk of developing diabetes in women throughout their childbearing years.
The TCM of diabetes
Traditional Chinese medicine has much to offer the modern problem of diabetes as it treats the individual, not the condition....
What's next for diabetes?
Diabetes is one of the major health issues facing the modern world, but the disease itself is showing the way...
Why eating meat can increase your diabetes risk
Higher consumption of red meat and poultry is associated with an increased risk of diabetes.
Type 1 diabetes patients still produce some insulin
A new study shows that nearly half of Type 1 diabetes patients produce some insulin.
Aloe vera can help manage diabetes
Aloe vera may help with blood glucose management in diabetes.
Grapes and oranges for diabetes
Two compounds from grapes and oranges work together to combat diabetes.
Drink to down diabetes
Replacing one sugary drink a day with water dramatically reduces your diabetes risk.
The whole truth
A study into eggs and diabetes has confirmed a larger food truth.
Yoghurt for diabetes
Yoghurt lowers risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Dining for diabetes
Common culinary herbs act in a similar way to modern anti-diabetes medications.
An in-depth guide to type 2 diabetes
As the type 2 diabetes epidemic shows no sign of abating, we take a look at the latest understanding of...
Cities around the world will soon have the opportunity to be designated â€œdiabetes awareâ€.
Yoghurt and diabetes
Eating yoghurt is associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Flavonoid foods fight diabetes
Foods rich in flavonoids fight inflammation and reduce diabetes risk.
The diabetes breakfast
A big breakfast can help blood sugar control for type 2 diabetic people.
Spice up diabetes treatment
Cinnamon is a tasty spice that may help people with diabetes.
Eating some fruits can reduce your risk of developing diabetes.
Dogs detect variations in their ownerâ€™s blood sugar and notify them when it is out of range.
Hard data on soft drinks
Just one soft drink a day can increase your chances of developing diabetes.