Diabetes is reaching epidemic levels in the United States. The Center for African American Health offers the Diabetes Prevention Program, which teaches people how to improve their health.
A Denver family is angry at an airline they say lost their diabetic and slightly forgetful mother.
Thousands of riders are getting a well-deserved break after the Tour de Cure. The bike ride started and ended at the Boulder County Fairgrounds and raises money for diabetes research and programs.
Of the thousands of riders in the Tour de Cure, hundreds will be wearing Red Rider jerseys signifying they have diabetes, including one woman who came to the disease late in life.
Colorado puts on one of the biggest Tour de Cure events in the country, and all the money raised goes to stop diabetes.
Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia manages a high-profile position while managing his diabetes. It’s something more than 300,000 Coloradans are living with today.
Nothing says “Colorado” like climbing a 14er, and this summer one Coloradan is celebrating an amazing accomplishment that was years in the making.
For one Denver diabetes patient, research and management of the disease is both a personal and academic pursuit.
If having diabetes isn’t difficult enough — with the never-ending focus on exercise, healthy eating and insulin management — adding depression atop the disease can be overwhelming for some.
The American Diabetes Association wrapped up its 74th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco this week. Diabetes and depression were among the topics being discussed.