Vanessa Akinniyi was stuck in denial about diabetes until a care manager from her health insurer coaxed her out.
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky law capping the cost of insulin for many residents went into effect with the new year.
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Racine's Jennifer Schmidt is joining 50 other state representatives at the event, which begins with the preliminary competition Dec. 12-13 and wraps up with the final competition Dec. 16.
Wisconsin women's hockey senior Brette Pettet says she enjoys being a role model for kids who wonder — like she did at age 15 — whether diabetes will stop them from doing what they love.
Nick Jonas wants to be a role model to people with diabetes, as he says he wishes he had someone to look up to when he was diagnosed at the age of 13.
Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston is hosting a Passport to Healthier Living with Diabetes event Thursday, Nov. 4 at 1 p.m.
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Some new drugs to treat Type 2 diabetes are being reformulated by manufacturers as an obesity treatment. This has created a thicket of issues.
Mike Crowley will kick off his 100-mile bike ride to support diabetes research this Saturday, starting and finishing in Riverside Park.
Diabetes complications can be prevented, doctors say, and the Black community is enduring more amputations due to diabetes than other populations.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored differences among racial and ethnic groups, with inequities also including rural and urban gaps.
Walmart announced it will begin selling its own private-label insulin to help diabetics who are struggling to pay for their medication.
Fatty foods have long been linked to poor health outcomes and potentially deadly conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.
A study found that eating just two servings of fruit a day can cut the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 36%.
Branched-chain amino acids are linked to metabolic health in mice and humans.