The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is rolling back warnings and restrictions on the diabetes drug rosiglitazone …
Disease continues to grow despite treatments
Study of twins sheds light on good versus bad fat
Forget the pills — there’s new evidence that exercise may be as effective as medications in treating heart disease and diabetes.
Diabetes, obesity and elevated blood pressure typically emerge in middle-age, but more young children are showing signs of chronic conditions that may take a toll on their health.
Statins lower cholesterol, reduce inflammation and may be responsible for saving thousands of lives. Should everyone be taking the wonder drug?
Just by increasing their physical activity, people with type 2 diabetes can lose fat that accumulates in the liver and abdomen and lower their risk of heart problems.
How marijuana contributes to weight loss — and a reduced risk of diabetes; researchers zero in on the first genes associated with postpartum depression; and ADHD in childhood may be linked to obesity later in life. These are the stories making health news this week; for more, visit TIME Health & Family.
Toking up may help marijuana users to stay slim and lower their risk of developing diabetes, according to the latest study, which suggests that cannabis compounds may help in controlling blood sugar.
The largest study to date on the effects of eating omega-3 fatty acids confirm that foods high in the fats can preserve memory and cognitive functions only in people without diabetes.
A breakthrough in helping the body to produce more insulin could make tedious injections of the hormone history.
All it takes is one can of soda to increase risk of type 2 diabetes by 22%, according to a new study.
The latest study finds an intriguing connection between weight-bearing exercises and a lower risk of diabetes.