What Is Peripheral Neuropathy? 

Peripheral neuropathy (damage to nerves outside the brain and spinal cord) results in pain, tingling, and numbness in hands and feet. Diabetes is a common cause.

What Is an A1C Test? 

An A1C test can diagnose diabetes and monitor blood sugar levels over several months. It can also identify prediabetes, which raises your risk for diabetes.

Foods That Lower Blood Sugar 

Whether you have diabetes or not, keeping blood sugar in a healthy range is important. Learn about foods that lower blood sugar, and include them in your meals.

What Is Diabetes? 

What is diabetes? If you’re asking that question, chances are you or someone you care about has it. Yet the most common kind of diabetes can be reversed.

Diabetes Symptoms in Women 

Diabetes affects American women and men about equally. But, while many of the symptoms are the same, diabetes can affect women differently than men.

Statins and Type 2 Diabetes 

If you have high cholesterol, taking statins can lower your risk of heart disease. But statins may promote diabetes. Get the facts to protect your health.

What Is Glycemic Load? 

Many alternatives have been developed to evaluate how foods affect blood sugar, including glycemic load.

How to Prevent Dementia  

Prediabetes and type 2 diabetes are marked by insulin resistance — and preventing or reversing insulin resistance may prevent dementia, including Alzheimer’s.

What Is Diabetic Retinopathy? 

If blood sugar isn’t controlled, people with diabetes can develop diabetic retinopathy. This vision-robbing condition can cause blindness, if not treated early.

Link Between Psoriasis and Diabetes 

Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition that can affect many other areas of your health. The more severe your psoriasis, the higher your risk of diabetes.

Early Signs of Diabetes 

Learn the early signs of diabetes. Millions of Americans have diabetes and don’t know it, and tens of millions haven’t heard that they have prediabetes.