Type 2

It might hurt, but it's a necessary evil. To check those blood sugar levels, you have to give yourself those dreaded finger pricks.

It can be hard adjusting to diabetes when you have to measure your carbohydrate portions.

A new technology has been invented that might put an end to all those painful finger pricks.

Unfortunately, diabetes does not discriminate. It doesn't care if you're rich, or if you're poor.

A new study suggests that there is a type of diabetes dubbed maturity-onset diabetes of the young-- or, MODY1.

Metformin, a common medication for type 2 diabetics that helps reduce insulin resistance, has gotten quite a buzz lately.

This New Year's Day, imagine yourself waking up with a 'clean slate'.

Diabetes can affect nearly every organ in the body. One of the most vulnerable organs is the eyes. An ounce of prevention, however, can go a long way.

Researchers at the Salk Institute have found that time-restricted eating in mice has helped with reversing obesity and diabetes, along with other health benefits.

No one likes stress, but you might think you just have to accept it. You don’t; there are ways to help manage your stress. As a diabetic, it can be crucial to your health.