Menopausal Women at Greater Risk for Sleep Disturbance, According to Research

Women with diabetes undergoing the menopause transition are at greater risk for sleep disturbances, according to new findings. Hormone changes have …

Health Insurer Introduces Insulin Cost Relief Program in North Dakota

A Minnesota based health insurer, Medica, announced today it will expand its cap on the maximum amount members in North Dakota will pay for their …

Diabetes Treatment Targets Have Not Improved in Over Two Decades

Advances in diabetes care over the past two decades have not effectively improved diabetes outcomes for American adults, in particular young, female …

AADE19: Getting Ready for the Ultimate Conference for Diabetes Educators

The annual conference for the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) kick-starts today in Houston, TX. The conference will be four …

Study: A Ketogenic Diet Has Positive Impact on Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

The ketogenic (keto) diet, one of the latest health-trends, has many differing expert viewpoints. Now, a new study from India finds that a ketogenic …

DarioHealth Set to Present New Data at Upcoming AADE Conference

DarioHealth Corp. plans to present the results of a new Dario app user study at the upcoming annual conference of the American Association of …

Hormone Therapy Helps Weight Loss in Obese Patients with Diabetes

A new hormone injection may aid weight loss in obese patients with diabetes, possibly giving patients an alternative to gastric bypass surgery, a …

High-Protein Plant Found to Reduce Lower Glucose Peak Levels

A unique, high-protein aquatic plant called Mankai maybe the next superfood in the health world. The plant, a strain of duckweed, was found to …

New Therapy Gets “Breakthrough Designation” for Prevention or Delay of T1D

Provention Bio, Inc., announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation (BTD) to a novel …

Early Onset of Menstruation Associated with Higher Risk of T2D

A large study of rural Chinese women suggests that early onset of menstruation is associated with a higher risk, and body mass index (BMI) may …