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I don’t have diabetes, but I wore an implant that measures the sugar in my blood to see if I could hack my performance. I’d put it back on...
I wore a tool beloved by Silicon Valley biohackers, in the hope that it would help me learn new things about the way my body works.
Singapore is the first country to ban advertisements for high-sugar drinks – here’s what will happen
Drinks with medium-to-high sugar content will have to carry compulsory "unhealthy" labels.
Nick Jonas says that opening up to his fans about his diabetes ‘helps me actually feel like I’m not alone’
The singer, who's promoting his partnership with Cigna, told Insider living with the health condition is challenging but he's found ways to manage it.
One chart reveals how the cost of insulin has skyrocketed in the US, even though nothing about it has changed
The price of insulin has tripled in the past 10 years, and people with diabetes across the US are struggling to afford the drug that keeps them alive.
Artificial sweeteners in diet soda may lead to weight gain and other health problems the same way regular sugar does
Too much sugar's toxic for the body, but new research suggests artificial sweeteners like aspartame may be just as bad as the real thing.
Skipping a few meals with intermittent fasting may help people avoid cancer, diabetes, and heart disease
Skipping a meal a day may be a key to living longer and healthier. Scientists are discovering how it puts inflammatory cells to sleep, in a good way.
Insulin is getting so expensive that people with diabetes are switching to older versions of the drug. It’s having deadly consequences.
An endocrinologist told INSIDER that the key to safely switching from analogue to human insulin is speaking with a doctor.
A groom-to-be with diabetes died after switching to $25 over-the-counter insulin to cut costs. His prescribed insulin cost nearly $1,200.
Josh Wilkerson, who earned $16.50 an hour working as a dog kennel supervisor, had recently aged out of his stepfather’s private health insurance plan.
High blood sugar doesn't only affect people with diabetes. Infections, inactivity, stress, and other issues can also lead to the condition.
How far would you be willing to go to protect your health? Many Singaporeans don't mind a sugar ban.