The number of Coloradans being diagnosed with diabetes has doubled in the last 20 years, and minority communities are especially at risk. Now Congress might take action.
Colorado health officials are launching a diabetes prevention campaign for people covered by Medicaid, a state and federal health care program for low-income residents.
Being sedentary is a health issue, serious enough that Wednesday was designated national “Get Fit Don’t Sit” day.
Doctors who treat diabetes say a couple of new classes of drugs are attacking the disease in a new way.
The American Diabetes Association is hosting EXPO which features an inspirational talk by weight loss experts.
Denver singer Hazel Miller will share her struggle with diabetes during American Diabetes Association’s EXPO.
More than 300,000 Coloradans live with diabetes, and the American Diabetes Associations hosts EXPO just for them.
A Colorado lawmaker hopes new efforts by the United States to restore relations with Cuba could help people with diabetes.
Groups are seeking the release of beagles from laboratory testing, but medical groups say the experiments help save lives.
More than 28 million Americans have diabetes, but more than 8 million don’t even know they have it. And as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, that can lead to complications such as heart attacks, blindness, kidney failure, and a host of other life threatening health issues. He has advice on how to be screened for diabetes, and a simple test to check your risk of having the disease.