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Electronic health records increase medication adherence among type 2 diabetics

For individuals with type 2 diabetes, it is extremely important to take all the medications they are prescribed by their doctor. However, due to the large number of prescriptions they may be on, it can become difficult to remember when to take which pills.

Antioxidant may help prevent type 2 diabetes

For individuals who are at risk for type 2 diabetes, getting more of the antioxidant resveratrol in their diet may help them minimize their chances of developing the condition. New research suggests the nutrient may provide significant support for metabolic health.

How long and how much a person is overweight is key to understanding their type 2 diabetes risk

Obesity is a well established risk factor for type 2 diabetes, but some people who are overweight never develop the condition. A new study explains that the relationship between obesity and diabetes may be more complicated.

Yoga classes may improve the condition of individuals with type 2 diabetes

Individuals with type 2 diabetes may benefit from taking medications and eating a healthy diet, but there are many other things they can do to improve their ability to manage their condition.

Parents need to help children avoid obesity

While obesity is commonly overlooked, particularly in young people, it is a very serious problem that dramatically increases an individual's risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

College athlete proves what is possible with type 1 diabetes

The work required to manage type 1 diabetes can be daunting as it is, but trying to compete against some of the world's best athletes at the same time can make things even more difficult. Yet, this is the situation facing Florida State Seminoles running back Ty Jone

Electronic health records shown to improve type 2 diabetes care

For individuals with type 2 diabetes, choosing the right doctor can make a major difference in the quality of care they receive. Since it is such an intensive condition that requires frequent visits to the doctor, diabetes demands top quality treatment from qualified professionals.

New estimate predicts rapid growth in obesity, type 2 diabetes

Unless serious efforts are made to help people live healthier lifestyles, the number of obese individuals in the U.S. is set to explode in the coming years, according to a new study from researchers at Columbia University and Oxford University

Program seeks to help people avoid type 2 diabetes

The type 2 diabetes epidemic continues to worsen, but there are things being done to address the problem. Across the country, initiatives are being launched to help people live healthier lifestyles by eating right and exercising more, both of which may reduce their diabetes risk.

Many parents don't view childhood obesity as a significant health concern

Childhood obesity is a bigger problem now than ever before. The number of young people who are now significantly overweight has never been so high.