Showing of 22 results
Caffeinated energy drinks have become increasingly popular, particularly among young adults and adolescents. But are they a healthier choice over coffee?
Whether checking your blood glucose levels, counting carbohydrates or going to medical appointments – managing diabetes can be hard work.
The simple answer is no. But there’s more to know before giving into those cravings for cookies, candy and sweetened drinks.
Prediabetes is when a person’s blood sugar is higher than normal but not yet at diabetic levels. Fortunately, the condition is reversible if detected early.
After receiving a penile implant at University Hospitals, a 66-year-old Shaker Heights resident with ED is closer than ever with his girlfriend of 15 years.
If patients educate themselves, they can manage the disease and live healthier lives. Some can even reverse the disease.
Significant weight loss is often an important health goal for people with Type 2 diabetes. For some, bariatric surgery can change the body’s metabolism and reverse diabetes.
To mark the important and life-saving medical discovery of insulin as a treatment of diabetes, we’re highlighting longtime UH Rainbow provider and patient Paul McGuigan, BSN, RN, CDCES.