A recent study shows that stroke is largely preventable if the following risk factors are taken into consideration.
A new Danish study suggests that people who cycle habitually are 20 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
Artificial sweeteners help curb your cravings for anything sweet. But can they still cause type 2 diabetes?
Dogs are able to smell when a human with Type I diabetes suffers a low blood sugar attack, and now scientists have learned how dogs are able to do it.
People suffering from heart attack are more likely to die if they have diabetes, study says.
Study says women who work longer hours triple their chances of getting cancer and heart diseases.
A study has found out that eating junk food or processed food can give birth to Type 2 diabetes.
A new study in Denmark twins suggests that psoriasis, obesity and diabetes might be associated with one another on a genetic level.
Being a responsible pet owner can help people cope with emotional and mental stress, but new research reveals that responsible pet ownership can also help diabetic children maintain normal blood sugar levels.
During the Society of Radiology's 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting, scientists presented a technique which can drastically reduce phantom limb pain
Stress, which is mostly caused by a huge problem, can actually raise up the risk for getting Diabetes type 2 (Diabetes Mellitus). There is a fact found by doctors and researcher that being stress make someone gain many health disorder, especially diabetes.
With our daily lives getting busier day by day, it's hard to actually devote time to getting some sleep. For some people, 24 hours in a day seem insufficient to finish all their tasks and napping might be considered a waste of time.
A commonly prescribed drug for type 2 diabetes, Metformin, has been recently associated with a decrease in postmenopausal women dying from cancer.
A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Cambridge aimed to know which stage of pregnancy is associated with the rapid fetal growth.