An Australian cricketer who embarked on a massive trek to inspire others with diabetes has completed her challenge with a game of golf in Aberdeen.
Dons striker Bruce Anderson will cut the ribbon to kick off a charity run to raise funds to fight diabetes tomorrow.
The NHS spends around £3 billion a year on potentially avoidable treatment for people with diabetes, experts say.
Around one in eight new cases of diabetes linked to obesity is now in younger people, research suggests.
Shorter people are at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than taller people, according to a new study.
A common diabetes medication can be used to treat patients with heart failure, according to new research.
Charities have launched a campaign to encourage millions of people with long-term health conditions to get active.
Thousands of people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes will receive wearable technology to help them monitor their levels of exercise as part of efforts by the NHS to combat the condition.
A new injection helped obese and diabetic patients lose weight in just four weeks, a small study has found.
A north-east volunteer has received a national honour for his efforts in raising money and awareness on behalf of diabetes sufferers.
Aberdeen scientists studying ways to postpone or prevent type two diabetes are asking for volunteers to help with their research.
An Aberdeenshire mum has urged thieves to return her daughter's diabetes equipment after it was stolen from a school playing field.
An Aberdeen scientist has invented a health drink which could be used to prevent people from developing diabetes.
Health chiefs were ordered to apologise to a diabetes patient who says he was left almost blind as a result of delays in treatment.
Scientists from Aberdeen University are hoping to find a way to prevent or postpone the onset of Type 2 Diabetes.
Some of the damaging effects of ageing could be stopped by the manipulation of cells, according to new research.
One of Scotland’s leading golfers is determined to show the next generation that a daily battle with diabetes should not halt your sporting dreams.
Campaigners in Moray have pledged cash for two research projects to help create a brighter future for youngsters with a potentially deadly disease.
NHS Grampian is testing a new medical device which allows people with diabetes to measure their blood sugar levels without pricking their fingers for blood.
A groundbreaking trial to prevent and manage Type 1 diabetes has been launched by a health board.
A mum’s story about her son’s experience with type 1 diabetes has helped a charity raise tens of thousands of pounds.
An Aberdeen psychotherapist has been given a special medal in recognition of her perseverance living with diabetes for more than five decades.
Scientists have created a non-invasive patch to measure glucose levels through the skin – potentially removing the need for millions of diabetics to carry out finger-prick blood tests.
People with diabetes experience higher rates of long-term cognitive decline, new research suggests.
A devoted dad is gearing up for a gruelling triathlon alongside more than 100 friends and family for his “resilient wee boy” who has the most serious type of diabetes.
More than 285,000 people in Scotland are living with diabetes.
An Inverness graduate diagnosed with diabetes just weeks before her final exam has received a first-class degree.
Aberdeen entrepreneur Jeanette Forbes has been appointed chairman of the Scottish development group for type 1 diabetes charity JDRF.
A Moray youngster has been left at home after she was barred from a school trip because of her diabetes.
Moray parents that lost their daughter following a 20-year fight against diabetes that left her blind are urging more warnings to be released about the condition.
A Moray youngster is campaigning to scotch myths about her illness after beating the odds to complete a fitness feat.
Diabetics are to be taught meditation-like techniques in an experiment to see whether it could help lower blood sugar levels.