Diabetic Coma and Type 2 Diabetes
Diabetic coma occurs when blood sugar gets too high and the body becomes severely dehydrated. Find out the symptoms to look out for and how it's treated.
Diabetes is the number one cause of kidney failure. Find out more about diabetic neuropathy.
What Do Urine Tests Say About Diabetes?
The role of urine testing in people with diabetes.
Diabetes and Stress Tests
WebMD explains how stress tests may be used to help diagnose heart disease in people with diabetes.
Home Blood Glucose Test
A home blood glucose test measures the amount of a type of sugar, called glucose, in your blood at the time of testing. The test can be done at home or anywhere, using a small portable machine called a blood glucose meter.
Diabetes Glossary: Words and Phrases to Know
Confused by all the terms around healthy eating, diet, and diabetes? Here are the most important to know.
Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy - Topic Overview
Autonomic neuropathy is caused by damage to the nerves that help control the involuntary functions of the body ( autonomic nervous system ),such as heartbeat and blood pressure,sweating and temperature regulation,digestion,urination,and some aspects of sexual function. Heart and circulatory system problems Diabetic autonomic neuropathy may damage the nerves in the heart and circulatory ...
7 Tips for Diabetes-Friendly Cooking
It's easy to modify your favorite recipes into diabetes-friendly dishes. Learn you how to plan meals that are tasty and low in fats, sugars, and not-so-good carbs.
Dental Care and Diabetes
Good dental care is particularly important for people with diabetes. Find out why.
Whole Grains and Type 2 Diabetes
How to eat whole grains when you have type 2 diabetes.