High levels of vitamin D, 50 ng/ml, have been linked to a lower incidence of diabetes in a long-term study.
Insulin glargine should not be used past 28 days after the vial is first used, but 80% of patients do.
Diabetes drug empagliflozin reduces fat levels in type 2 patients, which may reduce risk of severe liver disease.
Missing teeth could be a signal that diabetes may be developing.
Several state attorneys general are asking pointed questions about why insulin prices are rising.
Why it's a good time to become more involved in diabetes education.
Interventions by pharmacists can help improve the results of diabetes clinical trials.
Studies have linked type 2 diabetes drug to increased risk of foot and leg amputations.
Drug makers are starting plans to help patients pay for diabetes drugs.
The Nevada law to fight high diabetes drug prices has stumbled.