Diabetes

From slavery to snack food, sugar has ravaged Caribbean and South American nations. Is it time for reparations?
I cannot profess to know why ketogenic diets are the flavor of the week, other than the fact that there always is one of
Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD Physician-in-Chief The Mount Sinai Hospital Director of Mount Sinai Heart New U.S. guidelines for
Up to 650,000 people in the world die from seasonal flu each year. This is much higher than the often-used numbers of 250,000
An additional 10 percent of food dollars were spent on desserts, salty snacks, candy and sugar.
When it comes to flu shots, African-Americans have trust issues. Misconceptions about the effectiveness and trepidation about
The Close-Up View Half of the 32 row houses on Summerville’s block of Lemmon Street are boarded up, occupied only by the
An article just published in the New England Journal of Medicine predicts the future prevalence of obesity among adults in
Brian S. Koll, MD Recently retired as Executive Medical Director for Infection Prevention and Control, Mount Sinai Health
SNAP is an important federal assistance program that enhances nutrition and reduces food insecurity.
Houston is tapping into faith communities to tackle soaring diabetes rates.
Communicable diseases like HIV/AIDS and malaria have taken a terrible toll on Kenya and other African countries over the
This article is authored by the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine. The mission of the Center is to discover
It’s 6:45 on a cold and rainy Tuesday morning. The alarm blares. As you begin to wake and wonder how it could possibly be