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If Sugar Is Toxic, How Bad Is All That Halloween Candy You Just Ate?

Sugar is toxic, but you probably didn't do permanent damage.

Antibiotics May Increase Type 2 Diabetes Risk

What you should know before filling that 'script.

You Need Way More Nutrients for Good Gut Health

We've got a gut feeling you should read this.

Every Hour of TV You Watch Increases Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Luckily, there's an easy way to avoid this fate—and you may already be doing it!

Your iPad May Up Your Risk for Cancer

How artificial lights can affect your risk for breast cancer, diabetes, depression, and more.

High-Tech Healthcare Changing the Doctor's Office

Temporary tattoos to monitor glucose? Self-diagnosing an earache at home? The days of boring healthcare are over.

7 Silent Symptoms of Pre-Diabetes

There’s a lesser-known epidemic causing fatigue, weight gain, and more among Americans. Are you at risk?

Healthy Living Tips from Death Experts Who Know

Real stories and disease-prevention secrets from pros who know the body inside and out: an anatomy professor and embalmer.

Do You Know Your Diabetes Risk?

You could be more susceptible to the disease than you think, according to a new study. Here, how to tell, and what to do if you’re worried.

9 Incredible Things Science Can Almost Do

These advancements are inspirational, innovative, and on their way in the coming years.

New Study: Tree Nuts Cut Diabetes Risk

New studies indicate serious benefits to eating this type.

Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks Healthier Than Ever

Wilson reveals the couples’ new diet and exercise habits after Hanks’ diagnosis of diabetes.

New Study Says Agavins Can Help You Slim Down

Misleading headlines make it seem like the syrup or shots will help you shed pounds. We asked the researchers to clear things up.

The Magic of a Single Workout

Thinking of skipping today's CrossFit class or run? These surprising facts will change your mind.

Eating More Red Meat May Boost Diabetes Risk

A new study says eating more red meat can boost your risk of diabetes. Should you give it up completely?

Another Reason to Reach for Tea

New research finds even more health benefits to drinking tea. Learn the latest and easy, delicious ways to cook with it!

5 Diabetes Myths You Still Believe

Type 2 diabetes is on the rise! Minimize your risk of developing this deadly disease with these five tips.

Eat This to Protect Your Ticker and Slim Down

The best food to shrink your waistline and protect your heart is versatile, filling, and inexpensive.

How to Make the Most Important Meal of the Day Even Healthier

When you eat a low-glycemic breakfast, you can actually stabilize blood sugars throughout the day, thereby making you less likely to overeat throughout the day, according to researchers at the Institute of Food Technologists' Wellness 12 meeting.

What We Can Learn From the Paula Deen Controversy: Diabetes in the U.S.

The media and internet have been aflutter with the news that Paula Deen has Type 2 diabetes. We share the facts about Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

New Exercise Hormone May Fight Obesity and Diabetes

A newly discovered exercise-related hormone may help fight obesity.

Ask the Diet Doctor: Can Diet Soda Make You Fat?

Our Diet Doctor settles the debate once and for all.

How to Reverse the Obesity Trend

It may seem hard, but there are simple steps you can take to help reverse the fast-growing trend of obesity in the United States.

Caloric Restriction Helps Heart, Fights Diabetes in Obese

We already know that following a low-calorie diet can help people to lose weight. But besides weight loss, new research shows calorie restriction may help fight heart disease and diabetes.

5 Research-Backed Ways to Turn the Obesity Epidemic Around

There's another new report out that says the obesity epidemic isn't going away any time soon. Despite that, there are lots of little ways you can turn this trend around in your own life.