The number of obese people in England has almost doubled in 20 years, new figures suggest.
The NHS spends around £3 billion a year on potentially avoidable treatment for people with diabetes, experts say.
Around one in eight new cases of diabetes linked to obesity is now in younger people, research suggests.
Shorter people are at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than taller people, according to a new study.
A common diabetes medication can be used to treat patients with heart failure, according to new research.
Charities have launched a campaign to encourage millions of people with long-term health conditions to get active.
Brown fat may help protect the body against obesity and diabetes, scientists have claimed.
Eating a plant-based diet is linked to lower chances of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a wide-ranging study.
Diabetic women are at greater risk of heart failure than men with the same condition, new research suggests.
Drinking coffee could help boost weight loss, researchers say.
Karen and Ellouise received good news this week after the company which made the scanner, Abbot Diabetes Care, offered to replace the equipment at no charge to the family.
A researcher from Aberdeen hopes to improve the lives of patients diagnosed with diabetes.
An Aberdeen police officer will be putting his best foot forward this weekend when he takes on a marathon – inspired by his brave son.
Women with Type 2 diabetes are less likely than men to be prescribed statins to prevent heart attacks and strokes, new research suggests.
A new study into how those on limited income cope with long-term health conditions has been launched by two city organisations.
Type 2 diabetes can be reversed for at least two years using a weight management programme, a study has found.
Some of the damaging effects of ageing could be stopped by the manipulation of cells, according to new research.
Symptoms of Type 2 diabetes can be halted for years by gastric bypass surgery, a study has found.
A new way of screening babies and adults for future risk of type 1 diabetes will be much more effective at identifying the condition than current methods, new research has concluded.
The NHS will invest up to £46 million to help tens of thousands of people living with diabetes to receive life-changing treatment.
Diabetes patients are more likely to die from alcohol-related factors, accidents or suicide, new research has found.
Many cases of Type 1 diabetes diagnosed after the age of 30 are being misdiagnosed as Type 2, leading to delays in receiving appropriate treatment, research has suggested.
A groundbreaking trial to prevent and manage Type 1 diabetes has been launched by a health board.
Patients who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at a young age have greater risk of heart problems and shorter life expectancy compared to those with a later diagnosis, a study has found.
Fad diets that cut out carbs while upping fat consumption may increase the risk of diabetes, research suggests.
Simple factors such as gender and body mass can help doctors to personalise care for patients with type 2 diabetes and avoid harmful side effects, according to a study.
Patients with the most common form of diabetes could experience a more comfortable time in hospital following a successful trial into controlling blood sugar levels.
A male koala named Quincy at San Diego Zoo has received new technology to manage his type one diabetes.
A north-east dad has raised more than £8,000 for a diabetes research charity during an athletic challenge in the hope that one day they’ll “find a cure”.
A north-east dad has organised a duathlon to raise funds for a diabetes charity.