NYC's 'Pharmacy To Farm' Program Bringing Free Fruits To More People With High Blood PressureChances are, you've heard about "farm to table," but what about "pharmacy to farm?”
Emma's Journey, Medical Alert Dog Bringing Life-Saving Help To ChildrenRufus, a 2-year-old yellow Labrador, knows plenty of tricks, but the most important skill is as a highly-trained diabetic alert dog.
New Continuous Glucose Monitor Implant Sensor Comes As Welcome News To Diabetes SufferersA tiny implantable sensor that continuously monitors a diabetic's blood sugar is the next generation of continuous glucose monitors.
Researchers: Drug Cocktail May Help Diabetes Patients Make More Insulin-Producing CellsThere could be a major advance towards a cure for diabetes.
NYC Looks To Push Companies To Cut Sugar In Food And DrinksThe goal is a sugar reduction of 20 percent in packaged foods and 40 percent in drinks.
Diabetes Treatment And New Dementia Link Part Of Big Week In MedicineCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez took a look at all the top health stories.
Illegal Insulin: Desperate Diabetes Patients Turn To Black Market For Affordable DrugsAfter years of rising insulin prices, a growing number of diabetics and their families are now facing some tough choices when it comes to paying for the drug.
What Kids Are Drinking Blamed For Type 2 DiabetesOne in three children in the United States are considered overweight or obese, putting them at risk for a number of health problems including Type 2 diabetes.
HealthWatch: New Invention Could Prevent Vision Loss For DiabeticsA soft contact lens that glows in the dark while you sleep provides encouraging news about a possible, simple way to prevent a complication of diabetes.
New Glucose Monitors Taking The Pain, Unpredictability Out Of DiabetesA tiny needle that stays under a patients' skin for about a week can send constant signals about blood sugar levels.
Century-Old Vaccine Could Be Major Breakthrough In Diabetes TreatmentThe vaccine is called BCG and it’s actually used to immunize children against tuberculosis. It’s been given nearly four billion times over the past century, mostly in China, Africa and South America, but not that often in the U.S., because TB is less common here.