High Blood Sugar Linked to Brain Shrinkage Even In Normal Ranges

High blood sugar has been associated with brain shrinkage especially as seen with type 2 diabetics. But recent research indicates that even people at the high end of the normal blood sugar range also stand at a greater risk of brain shrinkage which further leads to diseases such as dementia as people age. The said […]

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Lack of Sleep Results In Insulin Resistance in Teens

It has been known that sufficient sleep plays an important role in a person’s health. In the case of teenagers, sleep may be associated with a lot of conditions. In a recent study, the amount of sleep that teens get could affect their body’s insulin resistance that can also determine the development of diabetes in […]

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People With Severe Psoriasis Nearly Twice at Risk for Diabetes

Researchers from UC Davis found a strong correlation between people suffering from severe psoriasis and diabetes risk. An analysis of results coming from 27 different studies and involving around 314,000 individuals indicates a link between the skin condition with the blood sugar disorder. The findings are published in the Archives of Dermatology. Psoriasis is a […]

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Diabetes Linked To Vitamin D Deficiency

Researchers have found a correlation between serum levels of vitamin D3 and the incidence of Type 1 diabetes. A study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine suggests that vitamin D3 may play a preventive role in the development of the said disease. The research is shown in the […]

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