Diabetes

According to the American Diabetes Association, in 2019, 37.3 million Americans, or 11.3% of the population, had diabetes.

“With Beautifully Well, my intention was to take the overwhelm out of the health journey,” writes wellness expert Nik Sweeney.

Black women love cycling too, and one national organization is striving to reinforce the sentiment.

A high school basketball announcer caught on a hot mic hatefully directing the N-word at players as they kneeled during the playing of the national anthem has blamed his racist outburst on being diabetic and having low blood sugar. Seriously.

A Mississippi professor found that Black diabetes patients with COVID-19 were at an increased risk for Diabetic Ketoacidosis.

Softball player A.J. Andrews and actress Lyric Ross are using their platforms to spread awareness about heart disease.

Actress Angela Bassett has teamed up with two health-focused organizations to spread awareness about diabetes.

Doctor Dre is best known for co-hosting "Yo! MTV Raps."

A new Chicago-based nonprofit is aiming to combat diabetes within the Black community.

Actress Viola Davis is spreading awareness about the diabetes epidemic through a new documentary.

Claude Tellis and Kareem Cook hope to end treatable disease-related deaths among Blacks through clean and healthy eating.

On NewsOne Now, celebrity doctor and author Ian Smith shares how added sugars are prominent in processed foods and how to best avoid them.