NYC Health + Hospitals today announced all 11 of its hospitals and seven of its Gotham Health primary cares sites were recognized by the American Heart Association for their work in helping patients manage their diabetes.
One in three adults from Harlem to Hollywood with diabetes could have kidney disease.
With half of the United States banning TikTok, now there seem to be more reasons more states from Harlem to Hollywood may do the same.
As families gather from Harlem to Hollis to celebrate the holiday season, maintaining healthy habits and managing chronic conditions such as diabetes can become challenging.
A new study conducted by researchers from the German Center for Diabetes Research explored some of the ways consumers with prediabetes can improve their health.
A new study conducted by researchers from Michigan Medicine evaluated global health care trends related to diabetes.
Excess weight has been identified as one of the biggest risk factors for diabetes, and now researchers from the University of East Anglia are exploring how weight loss could benefit consumers who are most vulnerable to the condition.
Whether it’s coffee or tea, many consumers start their mornings with a caffeinated drink.
Diabetes is a chronic condition that’s affecting more and more people around the world with each passing day.
While previous studies have found that different kinds of food can either help or hurt consumers’ chances of developing diabetes, a new study is exploring how dairy could land in the helping column.
Including plenty of fruits and vegetables in your diet can help keep you healthy, but a recent study shows that one particular type of fruit could be more beneficial than previously thought.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced the launch of a comprehensive, primary care-centered diabetes management program from Harlem to Hollis.
With tens of millions of Americans affected by type 2 diabetes, researchers continue to try to attack the disease from different angles in an effort to raise awareness about potential risks writes Consumer Affairs.
If you have diabetes, eating healthier foods and watching your portion sizes are important for controlling your blood sugar levels.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer invites all New Yorkers to attend a Diabetes Health Fair her office is hosting in partnership with Lenox Hill Hospital next Tuesday, May 23, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, at the Borough President’s Northern Manhattan Office.