diabetes

The data show that people who are 45 or older, are overweight or obese, are sedentary, or who have a family history of diabetes are at increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes

By Ask the Doctors • September 5, 2022

Having too much glucose in the blood for extended periods of time leads to a range of serious health problems

By Ask the Doctors • May 25, 2022

The A1C test measures your average levels of blood glucose, or blood sugar, over the previous three months

By Ask the Doctors • May 11, 2022

Ask the Doctors answers a few of your most-asked questions this month

By Ask the Doctors • March 14, 2022

Eliminate sugar from your diet and watch your body change for the better

By Chayil Champion • March 9, 2022

Lifestyle changes can help reverse this common condition

By Sandy Cohen • March 3, 2022

Learn more about incorporating whole, cooked black beans into your diet to improve blood sugar levels.

By Ask the Doctors • January 31, 2022

Shared decision-making programs can help patients adjust their lifestyle choices to reach that goal

By Sandy Cohen • January 10, 2022

The first participant in the trial not only decreased his daily insulin use by 91%, but for the first time in his life, his body is producing insulin in response to blood sugar fluctuation

By Ask the Doctors • January 7, 2022

Never mind the fad diets, it really just comes down to what you eat and drink regularly, says a team of UCLA Health scientists

By uclahealth • January 5, 2022