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Group Therapy Against Depression

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[17/10/2012] Gender-specific group therapy is effective for treating depressed women with Type 2 diabetes. Evidence suggests that antidepressants may disrupt blood-sugar control and can be associated with increased weight gain; therefore, other treatment options are needed for depression.Group Therapy Against Depression - Read more

Obesity in Type 2 Diabetes: Recommendations Are Consistent

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[01/10/2012] The German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG) introduced the results of a literature search for evidence-based guidelines for the treatment of obesity in type 2 diabetes.Obesity in Type 2 Diabetes: Recommendations Are Consistent - Read more

Bariatric Surgery Reduces the Risk of Diabetes

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[26/09/2012] Bariatric surgery reduces the long-term risk of developing diabetes by over 80 percent among people with obesity. The study was conducted at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.Bariatric Surgery Reduces the Risk of Diabetes - Read more

Diabetes Problem in Minority Ethnic Populations

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[12/09/2012] Half of all people of South Asian, African and African Caribbean descent will develop diabetes by age 80 according to a study of the Wellcome Trust and British Heart Foundation.Diabetes Problem in Minority Ethnic Populations - Read more

Blood Sugar Diabetes Risk for South Asians

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[10/09/2012] A new diabetes study at the University of Leicester has discovered that South Asians – people of Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lanka origin – have higher levels of blood sugar than white Europeans independent of risk factors that influence sugar levels.Blood Sugar Diabetes Risk for South Asians - Read more

Mobile Apps for Diabetes Present Usability Issues

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[10/09/2012] Maintaining control of blood glucose levels is one of the most important actions diabetics can take to control their illness. New technology is designed to make self-monitoring easier and more accessible than ever before, but often tech products fail to accommodate some older users.Mobile Apps for Diabetes Present Usability Issues - Read more

Drink Made from Berry Wine - Tasty Drug for Diabetes

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[05/09/2012] In evaluating the bioactive compounds of Illinois blueberry and blackberry wines, University of Illinois scientists have found compounds that inhibit enzymes responsible for carbohydrate absorption and assimilation. And that could mean a tasty way to help people with diabetes decrease their blood sugar.Drink Made from Berry Wine - Tasty Drug for Diabetes - Read more

For Diabetics: A Steady Job is Good for Your Health

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[03/09/2012] A new University of Michigan study found that that jobless working-age people with diabetes are less likely to adhere to their oral anti-diabetic medications than diabetics who are employed.For Diabetics: A Steady Job is Good for Your Health - Read more

Investing in Quality of Care Reduces Costs

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[20/08/2012] University of Minnesota School of Public Health researchers have found that medical group practices can reduce costs for patients with diabetes by investing in improved quality of care.Investing in Quality of Care Reduces Costs - Read more

Seniors Find Smoking and Drinking Tough Habits to Break

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[20/08/2012] A recent study of adults age 50 to 85 found that only 19 percent of those diagnosed with lung disease quit smoking within two years. Furthermore, the vast majority of older adults who learn they have a chronic condition do not adopt healthier behaviors.Seniors Find Smoking and Drinking Tough Habits to Break - Read more

 
 

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