Experimental Insulin Drug Effective In Preventing Low Blood Sugar

A recent study has indicated that an experimental insulin drug has shown to be more effective in preventing low blood sugar among diabetics as compared to a popular drug now available in the market. The results of the study were presented at The Endocrine Society’s 94th Annual Meeting in Houston. Diabetes is a lifestyle disease […]

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20 Restaurant Foods Diabetics Should Avoid

If you are living with diabetes or dealing with prediabetes, diet is one of the most daunting challenges everyday; even more so if you are eating out in a restaurant. Prevention magazine seeks the help of Sam Talbot, chef and author of “The Sweet Life: Diabetes without Boundaries,” in providing helpful tips in selecting dishes […]

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Beating Your Sugar and Starch Addiction

A secret to a healthy body, whether you are diabetic or not, is to eat the right foods the right way. Nutritionists recommended keeping your blood sugar level reduced to prevent sudden increases of insulin. Although the main culprit of insulin spikes is starch, you do not have to eliminate carbohydrates entirely in your diet. […]

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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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High Carb Intake That Starts At Infancy May Have Lifelong Effects

Research using animal models has suggested that starting a high carbohydrate diet early or as part of after birth programs can lead to a lifelong problem with weight gain and obesity. This will become a problem even if caloric intake is restricted for a period of time during adulthood. Researchers from the University at Buffalo […]

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Lesser Sitting Time May Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Risk

It has been known that exercise can help reduce the risk of diabetes in a majority of people who are prone to developing the disease. But it seems that it is not only exercise that will help reduce the risk. It seems that simply reducing sitting time daily may also help. A study by researchers […]

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High Carb Intake That Starts At Infancy May Have Lifelong Effects

Research using animal models has suggested that starting a high carbohydrate diet early or as part of after birth programs can lead to a lifelong problem with weight gain and obesity. This will become a problem even if caloric intake is restricted for a period of time during adulthood. Researchers from the University at Buffalo […]

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