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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

Type 2 Diabetes: DNA Abnormalities May Contribute to Cancer Risk

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[29/07/2013] A type of genetic abnormality linked to cancer is more common in people with type 2 diabetes than the rest of the population, a new study has found.Type 2 Diabetes: DNA Abnormalities May Contribute to Cancer Risk - Read more

Infants' Food Linked to Higher or Lower Type 1 Diabetes Risk

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[10/07/2013] Infants who get their first solid food before 4 months of age and after 6 months may have a higher risk of developing Type 1 diabetes, researchers have found.Infants' Food Linked to Higher or Lower Type 1 Diabetes Risk - Read more

Soccer Training Improves Heart Health of Men with Type 2 Diabetes

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Photo: Men playing soccer [31/05/2013] Soccer training improves heart function, reduces blood pressure and elevates exercise capacity in patients with type 2 diabetes. Soccer training also reduces the need for medication.Soccer Training Improves Heart Health of Men with Type 2 Diabetes - Read more

Nanotechnology Could Help Fight Diabetes

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[27/05/2013] Injectable nanoparticles may someday eliminate the need for patients with Type 1 diabetes to constantly monitor their blood-sugar levels and inject themselves with insulin.Nanotechnology Could Help Fight Diabetes - Read more

Novel Medicine for the Treatment of Chronic Wounds

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[22/05/2013] Every 20 seconds, a limb is lost as a consequence of diabetic foot ulcer that does not heal. In his doctoral thesis Yue Shen from the Industrial Doctoral School and the Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics at Umeå University presented a novel medicine for chronic wound treatment that may completely change the lives of millions of patients.Novel Medicine for the Treatment of Chronic Wounds - Read more

Positive Social Support at Work Reduces Risk of Diabetes

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Photo: Colleagues comfort woman [22/05/2013] Cases of type 2 diabetes continue to rise in the US. And while the development of the disease is more commonly associated with risk factors such as obesity, high blood pressure, and physical inactivity, research has shown that stress can also have a significant impact.Positive Social Support at Work Reduces Risk of Diabetes - Read more

Amputations among Diabetes Patients Can Be Reduced by 50 Percent

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[17/04/2013] Every 30 seconds somebody in the world is amputated as a consequence of foot complication due to diabetes. A new study at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, confirmes that shoe inserts, podiatry, regular checkups and other simple interventions can reduce the number of amputations by more than 50 percent.Amputations among Diabetes Patients Can Be Reduced by 50 Percent - Read more

Diabetes Patients Need to Be Consulted to Improve Treatment

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Photo: Patient talking to doctor [12/04/2013] Patients with type 2 diabetes who tailor their own treatment in cooperation with their doctor can reduce their risk of complications such as heart attack with up to 20 percent. This is the result of a new Danish study from the Research Unit for General Practice, University of Copenhagen. Diabetes Patients Need to Be Consulted to Improve Treatment - Read more

 
 

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