Diabetes

High Blood Pressure an Added Risk in Some Groups of Patients

Public awareness of the importance of treating high blood pressure has actually gone down in the past decade, and so has the percentage of people with this condition who are treating it successfully, according to a nationally recognized…

Depression Makes Your Diabetes Worse

In most cases, depression precedes the development of diabetes. Researchers from Washington University and the University of Oregon presented these findings from multiple studies regarding depression and Type II diabetes. Although the link between depression and diabetes is…

Lowering Cholesterol Lowers Risk of Heart Attack in Diabetics

Past research has shown that people with type 2 diabetes have at least twice the risk of developing coronary heart disease as those without diabetes. And once diabetics develop heart disease, their prognosis is worse than non-diabetics. Therefore,…