Second Annual EPIC Diabetes Conference In DenverThe Barbara Davis Center and the Children’s Diabetes Foundation will be hosting the 2nd annual EPIC Diabetes Conference in Denver.
Colorado Study Looking At Link Between Vitamin D, DiabetesResearchers at the University of Colorado Hospital are exploring a potential link between vitamin D and Type 2 diabetes.
CU Study Says Metabolic Changes Make Exercise Harder For Type 2 DiabeticsResearchers at the CU Anschutz School of Medicine found that metabolic differences in Type 2 diabetics may create a barrier to exercise.
Is Your Yogurt As Healthy As You Think?Last week I was snacking on yogurt when the nutritional facts caught my eye. The abundant sugar was shocking.
'Alert Day' Raises Awareness Of Type 2 DiabetesThe American Diabetes Association is challenging everyone to take the Risk Test on Alert Day, March 24th.
Diabetes Prevention Program Working To Reduce PrediabetesA diabetes prevention program offered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is educating Coloradans about prediabetes.
Number Of 'Sweet People' Doubles -- And Why That's BadExperts call it an epidemic. New research shows the number of Americans with diabetes. or "sweet blood," has doubled since 1988. And as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, odds are you know someone with diabetes -- or have it yourself.
Endobarrier Blocks Certain Foods, Could Curb Type 2 DiabetesResearchers are studying a new way to treat people with Type 2 Diabetes with a barrier that blocks some harmful foods.
Thousands Pack Diabetes Expo At The Colorado Convention Center The American Diabetes Association showed off some inventive ways to help fight the disease at the Diabetes Expo at the Colorado Convention Center.
Treating Teens With Type 2 Diabetes Gets TrickyThe fight against Type 2 diabetes just got more urgent. That's because a new study found the standard treatment doesn't work for many teenagers.
Woman Learned Hard Way About Dangers Of Low Blood Sugar & DrivingPeople with diabetes need to make day-to-day and often hour-to-hour decisions to manage the condition. Just one slip up can be life-threatening, especially behind the wheel of a car.