Diabetes can cause hair thinning or noticeable hair loss in some people. However, maintaining good blood sugar control may help reverse the effects of hair loss. Some medications are also available and may be beneficial. Learn more here.
A study shows that not only is psoriasis independently tied to risk of type 2 diabetes, but that the risk rises with severity of the skin disease.
People with diabetes experience skin itching more often than those who do not. Diabetes itching can lead to excessive scratching, pain, and irritation.
Diabetic blisters are a rare symptom of diabetes. In this article, learn about the causes, risk factors, and when to see a doctor.
High blood sugar levels can affect many areas of the body. In this article, we look at the symptoms and treatments for diabetic foot problems.
High blood sugar levels can cause a number of different skin conditions. In this article, learn about these conditions and how they might be prevented.
A sluggish insulin metabolism results in the slow and incomplete healing of injuries. That is why diabetics often have to contend with wounds that heal poorly.
Antioxidant bandage delivers healing protein.At some point in their lives, 15 percent of people with diabetes will develop a painful and hard-to-treat foot ulcer.
Results from 2 studies by researchers at Tufts University produce embryonic-like stem cells from patients with diabetic foot ulcers and identify new target for treatment.
Some people may recommend epsom salts for soothing painful feet, but are they safe for people with diabetes to use? This article looks at the evidence.