Diabetes

Leading health experts have approved a once-weekly diabetes jab, spelling the end of the current 14 injections a week conducted
American scientists believe that a cure for diabetes could be on the way after they discovered a link between stem cells
Up to 24,000 people with diabetes are dying unnecessarily every year, according to a new report. Most deaths could be avoided
Research into a rare genetic disorder of the pancreas may speed up progress towards stem cell treatments for diabetes, according
Hannah Waterman took everyone by surprise in April this year when she announced that she was expecting a baby with her new
Health experts have revealed that a simple, low-calorie diet is the key to beating type 2 diabetes, improving the condition
Sir Rannulph Fiennes, a man who knows a thing or two about coping with colder weather, once said that "There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing." I would like to change that slightly and say there is no such thing as a bad season, only inappropriate food choices.
Imagine your typical primary school classroom. It's probably filled with about thirty kids. Now, can you imagine how many would be overweight or obese?
Today is World Diabetes Day, a globally-celebrated event to increase awareness around the growing problem of diabetes. This year, however, the date holds greater significance for me.
Today, Monday 14 November, marks World Diabetes Day - a timely reminder of this chronic condition, which already causes more deaths than breast and prostate cancer combined, and is estimated to cost the NHS £1 million an hour.