It’s time to make some important choices.
There is a definite link between the two, but it still deserves investigation.
It’s not one size fits all.
It may be hard to see whether diabetes or obesity comes first.
Women with PCOS are more likely to be obese, and vice versa.
Doctors know that lifestyle is just one factor in obesity.
It's not always the junk food's fault.
People with obesity are one of the “high-risk” groups. Here’s why.
Managing your blood sugars may reduce your risk of these life-threatening issues.
Stable blood sugar levels can mitigate your risk level.
Here’s why people with diabetes are considered an “at-risk” group for COVID-19.
“Accurate information can be life-saving.”
Having symptoms? Call your doctor ASAP.
Experts recommend screening for diabetes starting at age 45.
Blood sugar control is key to preserving your invaluable eyesight.
Daily care can prevent serious complications from diabetes.
Having diabetes increases your risk of hammertoe. Here’s how to prevent it.
Foot problems are common in people with diabetes. Here’s what you need to know.
Certain lifestyle and genetic factors increase type 2 diabetes risk. Where do you stand?
See why the A1C test is crucial for better diabetes control.