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Diabetes: Mediterranean Diet without Breakfast Is Best Choice

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Photo: Woman drinking coffee [29/11/2013] For patients with diabetes, it is better to eat a single large meal than several smaller meals throughout the day. This is the result of a current dietary study at Linköping University in Sweden.Diabetes: Mediterranean Diet without Breakfast Is Best Choice - Read more

Patients with Diabetes Who Use Mail Order Pharmacy Less Likely to Visit ERs

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[27/11/2013] Patients with diabetes who received prescribed heart medications by mail were less likely to visit the emergency room than those patients who picked up prescriptions in person, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study.Patients with Diabetes Who Use Mail Order Pharmacy Less Likely to Visit ERs - Read more

App Helps Diabetic Young People Keep Safe when Drinking

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Photo: Young adults using a smartphone and drinking [18/11/2013] A free smartphone application (app) aimed at younger people, which puts important information about the condition in their hands wherever they are, has notched up more than 1,100 downloads in its first year.App Helps Diabetic Young People Keep Safe when Drinking - Read more

Underestimated Psychological Burdens From Diabetes

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Photo: Blood sugar measurement [04/10/2013] The OECD countries have 83 million people suffering from diabetes; by 2030 this figure will increase to 100 million. The massive psychosocial effects of the disease on diabetics and their families are largely underestimated.Underestimated Psychological Burdens From Diabetes - Read more

Tailoring Diabetes Treatment to Older Patients Yields Dramatic Results

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[30/09/2013] More than a quarter of over 70s with type 2 diabetes could benefit simply from improving communication and education in the clinic, new research has revealed. A study led by the University of Exeter Medical School found that 27 percent achieved better glycaemic control through individualised care alone.Tailoring Diabetes Treatment to Older Patients Yields Dramatic Results - Read more

DiMelli Study Points to Different Forms of Diabetes

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Photo: Blood sugar measurement [16/09/2013] The DiMelli (Diabetes Mellitus Incidence Cohort Registry) study examines the frequency and characteristics of diabetes phenotypes in children and young adults below the age of 20. The study was commissioned to investigate the increasing incidence of diabetes mellitus, particularly in childhood and early adulthood. DiMelli Study Points to Different Forms of Diabetes - Read more

Gut Taste Mechanisms Are Abnormal in Diabetes Sufferers

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[26/08/2013] Researchers at the University of Adelaide have discovered that the way the gut "tastes" sweet food may be defective in sufferers of type 2 diabetes, leading to problems with glucose uptake.Gut Taste Mechanisms Are Abnormal in Diabetes Sufferers - Read more

Risk Score Predicts 10-Year Dementia Risk for Type 2 Diabetes Patients

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Photo: Measuring blood sugar [23/08/2013] Researchers at Kaiser Permanente and the University Medical Centre Utrecht in the Netherlands have created the first risk score that predicts the 10-year individualized dementia risk for patients with type 2 diabetes.Risk Score Predicts 10-Year Dementia Risk for Type 2 Diabetes Patients - Read more

Undiagnosed Pre-Diabetes Highly Prevalent in Early Alzheimer's Disease Study

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[19/08/2013] When Georgetown University neurologist R. Scott Turner, began enrolling people with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease into a nationwide study last year, he expected to find only a handful of participants with undiagnosed glucose intolerance.Undiagnosed Pre-Diabetes Highly Prevalent in Early Alzheimer's Disease Study - Read more

Walking to Work Cuts Risk of Diabetes

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Photo: Two people walking [07/08/2013] People who walk to work are around 40 per cent less likely to have diabetes as those who drive, according to a new study.Walking to Work Cuts Risk of Diabetes - Read more

 
 

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