Retooled Vaccine Raises Hopes As a Lower-Cost Treatment For Type 1 Diabetes

Article By: Carmen Heredia Rodriguez, Kaiser Health News For Hodalis Gaytan, 20, living with Type 1 diabetes means depending on an assortment of …

New Technology: Early Detection of Type 1 Diabetes

Researchers in Australia are developing early detection technology for type 1 diabetes that can accurately predict if a child is at risk of the …

New British Study Aims to Stop Type 1 Diabetes From the Start

A team of experts from Oxford University is hoping to prevent high-risk babies from developing type 1 diabetes from the get-go. The INGR1D study is …

What’s the Link Between Air Pollution and Type 2 Diabetes?

New analysis finds that millions of new cases of diabetes may be caused by not something you ingest in your mouth– but rather, by something you …

New Device: Regenerative Bandage May Heal Wounds Safer; Faster

A simple cut or wound with someone with diabetes can become a very serious situation if left untreated. A team researchers at Northwestern University …

Study: Cancer Diagnosis Tied to Increased Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Can a cancer diagnosis increase the risk of type 2 diabetes?  New research from Korea attempted to answer just that in a recent study. It turns …

Gene Therapy Maybe the Key to Treating Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes

A team in Spain has managed to cure obesity and type 2 diabetes in mice using gene therapy.  Currently, available therapies are not designed for all …

Blood Pressure Medication Found Effective as Type 1 Diabetes Therapy

Human clinical trials reveal a common blood pressure medication may be a safe and effective therapy for type 1 diabetes. It’s the first drug …

Working Long Hours Linked to Increased Risk of Diabetes in Women

A new study finds women who work 45 hours or more each week may be inadvertently increasing their risk for diabetes.  Men who work the same number …

What Age Groups Are More Prone To Diabetes?

There was a time when type 2 diabetes was considered to be a disease that is commonly found among adults or seniors. But alas, this is no longer the …