All diabetes


September 28, 2016

Empowering diabetes patients through technology

African Americans and Latinos at risk for complications

Bellur Prabhakar

August 8, 2016

Can diabetes be treated by blocking beta cells’ destruction?

A new therapy might mean fewer injections, associated risks

Dead Islet Cells

January 25, 2016

Encapsulated human islet cells can normalize blood sugar levels in mice

A step towards a cure for diabetes

Tim Koh

January 4, 2016

$2.2 million federal grant funds study of diabetes drug in wound healing

Topical use may control inflammation

Mile Square Health Center main location at 1220 S. Wood St. (Click on image for larger file.)

June 23, 2015

Center brings diabetes education to Chicago neighborhoods

Program empowers patients with practical skills for managing health

Dead Islet Cells

May 18, 2015

Bigger capsules may be long-sought key to transplanting islet cells

Research brings cure for type 1 diabetes one step closer

hand holding petri dish

March 5, 2015

Gut bacteria may contribute to diabetes in black males

Fewer beneficial intestinal organisms found in men with pre-diabetes


September 23, 2014

Genetic background a risk factor for eye disease related to diabetes

Latinos with Native American ancestry have higher incidence

Raymond Gao

August 25, 2014

Native American ancestry is risk factor for diabetic eye disease in Latinos

Finding helps narrow down search for genes

Boy checks his blood sugar at a summer camp for kids with diabetes

July 18, 2014

Police officer ‘superhero’ for kids at summer camp

Officer Lisa Rau talks with kids who, like her, were diagnosed with diabetes