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Diabetes now Accounts for More than Half of all Spending on Healthcare in U.S.

Diabetes accounts for more than half of all spending on health care in the United States, according to a new study.

Asian Americans are at High Risk of Diabetes but Rarely Get Screened

According to a study in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, less than half of Asian Americans who should be screened for type 2 diabetes actually get tested.

Diabetic Rapper ‘Lil Boosie Surprises Kids with School Visit on Diabetes Awareness

Hip Hop artist Lil Boosie surprised students at Billy Earl Dade Middle School in Dallas earlier this week when he walked out on stage to greet the full house of kids.

A Little Chocolate Everyday Could Lower Diabetes Risk, Heart Disease

Anew study says that a small amount of dark chocolate every day may lower the chance of heart disease and diabetes.

Paleo? Gluten Free? Vegan? Managing Your of Teens’ Special Diet During Holidays

One in six parents say their teen has tried a diet that is vegetarian, gluten-free, vegan or paleo at some point in the past two years.

Q&A: Stephen Clancy of the World’s First All-Diabetes Professional Cycling Team

Stephen Clancy, part of the Team Novo Nordisk cycling team - the world's first all-diabetes professional cycling team, who are set to compete at the 2018 Tour de France.

Soda Tax Passes in Four Cities as Fight Against Sugar Wages On

Voters in San Francisco, Oakland and nearby Albany Calif. approved Tuesday a penny-per-ounce levy on nonalcoholic drinks with caloric sweeteners affecting everything from cola to sports drinks and ice tea to energy drinks.

Interview: Ian Buckingham, Type 1 Diabetic, Groups Support & Development Volunteer for Diabetes UK

People think one type of Diabetes is more serious than the others, it is up to the person with Diabetes, if they make it more serious or not, by not bothering with good Diabetes care.

Five Tips for Diabetic Footcare to Keep your Feet Happy and Healthy

Diabetes is an important condition to manage, but it doesn't have to dominate the lives of those it affects. Diabetes is especially hard on your feet and legs, but a combination of new habits and modern technology can help you stay on your feet.

3 Questions: Cindy Lou, Type 2 Diabetic from Bardstown, Kentucky

We ask Everyday Diabetics three questions and they record themselves answering from the heart. Real people, real answers for the real world.