Tag: type 2 diabetes

A Plant-Based Diet Can Significantly Reduce Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, Study Reveals

A new meta-analysis from researchers at Harvard confirmed that sticking to a plant-based diet can significantly reduce a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Those who avoid refined grains, sugar, and starches can reap more health benefits.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 24, 2019

High-Intensity Exercise May Reverse Heart Function Loss In Type 2 Diabetes Patients

HIIT could be an inexpensive way to improve heart health of type 2 diabetes patients. High-intensity interval training is also beneficial for the elderly and obese individuals.

Public Health May 25, 2019

Weight Loss Surgery May Improve Type 2 Diabetes, Blood Pressure Outcomes In Teens

NIH researchers have found some potential benefits of early gastric bypass surgery for teenagers. Results show that teens who received the procedure had better outcomes in terms of their diabetes and blood pressure management compared to their adult counterparts.

Public Health May 19, 2019

Computer Games Can Help Train The Brain To Eat Less Sweets And Follow A No-Sugar Diet

More than 30 million adults in the United States have diabetes. An innovative research that used a brain training game may help curb cravings for added sugar that is linked to obesity, diabetes, and other health risks.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 8, 2019

These Are The Best Breakfast Food For People With Type 2 Diabetes According To Science

People with type 2 diabetes would benefit the most from a low-carb breakfast, a previous study states. There are many options for a healthy, low-carb breakfast that are nutritious and easy to prepare.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 18, 2019

Limiting Carbohydrates Intake At Breakfast May Help Type 2 Diabetes Patients

Restricted carbohydrate intake during breakfast was found to be effective in preventing blood sugar spikes among type 2 diabetes patients. Excess sugar levels in the blood could make the body struggle to produce insulin.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 13, 2019

Sitting Down At Least 6 Hours A Day May Be Causing 70,000 Deaths Per Year

Lying or sitting down for at least six hours a day caused 70,000 deaths in 2016 and almost £1 billion in health care spending. Concerns about decreased work productivity might be stalling policymakers to implement effective intervention on sedentary lifestyle.

Public Health March 28, 2019

Erectile Dysfunction Likely To Affect Men Predisposed To Type 2 Diabetes

The study, which involved more than 220,000 men, provided evidence strong enough to suggest a causal link between type 2 diabetes and erectile dysfunction. What practices can influence men's risk for both conditions?

Public Health December 21, 2018

1 In 7 Type 2 Diabetes Patients Needlessly Test Blood Sugar At Home

A study found that many people with type 2 diabetes were unnecessarily testing their blood sugar regularly in their homes. This meant a waste of time and money.

Public Health December 12, 2018

Lack Of Insulin Supplies Could Spell Disaster For 40 Million People By 2030

Millions of people will be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes by 2030, but not everyone will be getting the insulin they need. According to a study, 49 million might not have access to insulin in the next 12 years.

Medicine November 21, 2018

Working 45 Hours Per Week Can Increase Women's Diabetes Risk: How To Prevent This Lifestyle Disease

Women who work at least 45 hours per week have a 63 percent increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Here are ways hardworking individuals can lower their risk for this lifestyle disease.

Public Health July 4, 2018

Air Pollution Can Increase A Person's Risk Of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

Air pollution can increase a person's chance of getting type 2 diabetes. A new study found that one in seven cases of type 2 diabetes cases was due to air pollution.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 30, 2018

Eating Walnuts Can Decrease Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

Researchers suggested that eating walnuts can decrease a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The researchers conducted a study on over 34,000 people and found that the ones who consumed walnuts had a 47 percent lower chance of getting the illness.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 30, 2018

Artificial Pancreas Could Help Type 2 Diabetes Patients Manage Blood Sugar Levels

For certain diabetics, frequent hospital visits are common, but there might be a way to reduce trips to the doctor. An artificial pancreas just showed encouraging results among type 2 diabetics when it comes to managing blood sugar levels.

Biotech June 27, 2018

Mothers With Diabetes Are More Likely To Have Autistic Children, New Study Suggest

A team of researchers from Southern California suggested that women who have any form of diabetes while pregnant are at a higher risk of having a child with autism. The study examined over 400,000 children that were born between 1995 and 2012.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 26, 2018

Diabetes Onset After 50 Could Be An Early Pancreatic Cancer Indicator: Study

A new study indicates that the onset of Type 2 diabetes after the age of 50 could be an early sign of pancreatic cancer. That's the deadliest form of cancer with just an 8 percent overall five-year survival rate.

Medicine June 18, 2018

Intermittent Fasting Diets Could Increase Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

A group of researchers warned people against the potential health risk of the popular intermittent fasting diet fad. Their finding was presented during an annual meeting that is being held by the European Society of Endocrinology from May 19 to May 22.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 21, 2018

'High Risk' Diabetic Woman Who Went Missing Found Safe

A diabetic woman was found after being reported missing. Though diabetes is associated with high blood sugar, there are also dangers associated with patients having low blood sugar.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 29, 2018

Researchers Propose Five Clusters Of Diabetes Instead Of Two Types

Instead of the current classification of diabetes, researchers of a new study are proposing five clusters of diabetes. It is more specific and could lead to more targeted treatments for patients.

Medicine March 3, 2018

Diabetes Drug May Reverse Effects Of Alzheimer's Disease

A Type 2 diabetes drug presented new hope in treating Alzheimer’s disease. Containing three growth factors, it proved to be effective in reducing brain inflammation, and much more.

Medicine January 2, 2018

Pain-Free Patch Stimulates Insulin Production To Manage Type 2 Diabetes

A research group developed a skin patch that regulates blood sugar level without inducing any pain. It contained an innovative formula that acts unlike any other existing treatment for Type 2 diabetes.

Medicine January 2, 2018

Price Hike Cuts Sales Of Sugary Drinks In Jamie's Italian Restaurants

Raising the price of sugary drinks in Jamie's Italian restaurants causes sales to drop by 11 percent, a new experiment reveals. As a result, the increase in price of those beverages has led to the decrease in sugary drink consumption.

Public Health October 19, 2017

Scientists Successfully Use CRISPR-Edited Skin Grafts To Treat Type-2 Diabetes And Obesity

Scientists grafted genetically edited human skin cells to treat type-2 diabetes and prevent obesity in mice. The removable patches could be a viable replacement for insulin shots.

Biotech August 6, 2017

Drinking Alcohol Regularly May Lower Risk For Type 2 Diabetes

A new study reveals that drinking alcohol three to four times a week in moderate amounts reduces the risk for diabetes. Is it too good to be true?

Healthy Living/Wellness July 29, 2017

J&J Drug May Reduce Heart Events In Diabetes Patients But Doubles Risk For Toe, Lower Foot Amputations

Invokana can significantly reduce heart events in type 2 diabetes patients but doubles risk for toe and lower foot amputations. How does Johnson & Johnson's Invokana fare compared with rival drug Jardiance?

Medicine June 13, 2017

Foot And Leg Amputations Risk Linked To Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Drug Invokana

FDA required Johnson & Johnson to include a boxed warning about the risk for foot and leg amputations in type 2 diabetes patients who use Invokana. Who are most at risk for amputations?

Public Health May 16, 2017

45 Minutes Of Exercise Several Days A Week Can Boost Brain Power Of People In Their 50s

To boost brain power during old age or middle age, exercise is the best bet - especially for those in the 50s. According to a study by Australian researchers, thinking power and memory skills improve remarkably when people exercise.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 25, 2017

Why Diabetes Is A Real Threat Among African-Americans

Black people are 1.7 more likely to contract diabetes than white people, statistics show. Since this chronic condition seems to be more prevalent among ethnic minorities, the American Diabetes Association has designed culturally specific programs to raise disease awareness.

Public Health April 17, 2017

Rates Of Type 2 Diabetes Climbing In Children And Teens

A study has revealed that type 2 diabetes has tripled in the United States and school-age children are being hit. It is estimated that nearly 208,000 people younger than 20 years old are living with diagnosed diabetes.

Public Health April 15, 2017

How To Know If You Have Diabetes: Signs And Symptoms To Watch Out For

Do you have diabetes? Learn more about some of the most common signs and symptoms of diabetes that you should be on the lookout for.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 9, 2017

Can A Gluten-Free Diet Help You Dodge Diabetes? New Study Says No

Find the truth about a gluten-free diet and type 2 diabetes. Major Harvard study begs you to think twice before jumping on the gluten-free diet bandwagon.

Public Health March 10, 2017

Repurposed Drug Can Save People At Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

Researchers have proven that a hunger suppressing drug may prevent prediabetic people from developing type 2 diabetes. The drug, called liraglutide, prevents overeating which in turn keeps the patient's weight under control.

Medicine February 23, 2017

More People Are Dying From Diabetes In The US Than Earlier Thought

Diabetes accounts for 12 percent of the total number of deaths in the United States. This is a number higher than previously thought, raising concerns even more about the disease.

Public Health January 27, 2017

Just One Interval Weight-Training Session Can Lower Risks Of Type 2 Diabetes Complications

Researchers have discovered that Interval Weight-Training is efficient for people who suffer from Type 2 diabetes. While the type of exercise improves blood circulation for all categories of people, the best results were obtained among diabetes patients.

Public Health January 15, 2017

Researchers Turn To Math In Search For Type 2 Diabetes Cure

A new research involved the creation of a microchip that can stimulate the production of insulin in mice. The device could be employed in creating a permanent treatment for type 2 diabetes.

Medicine December 6, 2016

Platypus Venom May Be Key To Treating Type 2 Diabetes

A new study conducted by an Australian team of scientists suggests that a hormone found in both humans and animals could be changed in order to produce insulin. The research analyzed the evolutionary changes in the hormone's functions.

Medicine December 1, 2016

USPSTF Releases Recommendations On Primary Care Interventions, Highlights Role Doctors Play In Proper Breastfeeding

The US Preventive Services Task Force suggests that appropriate intervention by healthcare providers could help promote rate and duration of breastfeeding. The recommendations also challenge WHO’s advice on pacifier use.

Healthy Living/Wellness October 27, 2016

High BMI, Type 2 Diabetes Associated With Increased Liver Cancer Risk

New research found a link between increased body mass index and type 2 diabetes, suggesting that being less in shape doubles the risks of developing liver cancer later in life.

Healthy Living/Wellness October 17, 2016

Long Naps During The Day Could Be Warning Sign For Type 2 Diabetes

Napping for an hour or more during the day was linked to a 45 percent increased risk for type 2 diabetes. What does prolonged sleep tell about a person's lifestyle?

Public Health September 15, 2016

How You Cook Meals Can Affect Your Risk For Type 2 Diabetes: Study

How do you prepare your meals? A new study in New York City suggests that the way you cook food can affect your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Healthy Living/Wellness September 4, 2016

Risk Factors For Diabetes And Heart Disease In Women Rise Before Menopause

The risk factors that boost the likelihood of women to suffer from type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke increase in severity before menopause and not after. Women should pay attention to their lifestyle and make changes if needed before menopause, researchers suggest.

Healthy Living/Wellness August 3, 2016

Higher BMI Is Linked To High Risk For Type 2 Diabetes, But Not Heart Attack: Twin Study

Past studies have found that higher BMI may be linked to higher risk of death or heart attack. However, a new report that focused on twins suggests that higher BMI is strongly linked to type 2 diabetes, but not heart attack.

Public Health August 3, 2016

Flu Vaccine Lowers Heart Failure And Stroke-Related Hospitalization Rates In Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes patients who were vaccinated with flu vaccine are less likely to be admitted to the hospital because of stroke and heart failure. They also have lower risk of death during the flu season.

Medicine July 26, 2016

Diabetes Drug Tests Show No Clear Survival Benefits

A new review finds no significant difference among type 2 diabetes patients who take antidiabetic drugs and their rates of cardiovascular and all-cause mortality. Findings support the official advice that metformin is a good initial disease treatment.

Medicine July 20, 2016

Cycling May Help Lower Risk For Type 2 Diabetes: Study

Riding a bike to work or cycling for fun could help reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests. Researchers say it is not too late to pick up the habit.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 13, 2016

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