Antibiotics Early in Childhood May Increase Risk for Type 1 Diabetes

Just one course of antibiotics taken early in childhood may increase the risk for type 1 diabetes, a new study from NYU Medical School finds. …

Review: World’s First “Artificial Pancreas,” Medtronic’s MiniMed® 670G System

It’s almost been a year since the world’s first “artificial pancreas,” Medtronic’s MiniMed® 670G System has been commercially available. …

Saliva Test Could Detect Type 1 Diabetes Long Before Symptoms

A simple saliva sample could one day replace blood tests, dramatically changing the way type 1 diabetes is treated in children. The most …

New Study: Sugar Spikes Common in People Without Diabetes

A new study from Stanford University School of Medicine shows that blood sugar levels in people without diabetes fluctuate more than they think. The …

Discovery Reveals How Obesity Causes Diabetes

New research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine explains why obesity causes harmful inflammation that can lead to type 2 diabetes and …

Why Lifestyle Changes Won’t Work For Everyone with Type 2 Diabetes

Experts from the University of Stirling in the U.K. have made a breakthrough in understanding how people respond to lifestyle changes for preventing …

Gestational Diabetes May Increase Baby’s Heart Disease Risk

Results from an Indiana University School of Medicine study finds having gestational diabetes may increase the risk of blood vessel dysfunction and …

Diabetes Raises Risk of Cancer in Women, New Study Finds

A global study of nearly 20 million people in countries including the U.S., Japan, Australia, China and the U.K. has found that having diabetes …

Switching Course of Medication Linked to More Complications

For those with type 2 diabetes, changing course to sulfonylurea drugs to control blood sugar levels is associated with an increased risk of …

New Discovery Could Help Type 2 Diabetes Drug-Tolerance in Patients

A new discovery that may help millions of patients with type 2 diabetes tolerate their medications better was reported this week by researchers at …