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Vitamin B12 Could Reduce Diabetes in Pregnant Women

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[16/05/2012] New research underway to measure effectiveness of Vitamin B12 supplement in preventing gestational diabetes in mothers and obesity in later life.Vitamin B12 Could Reduce Diabetes in Pregnant Women - Read more

Key to Diagnosing Diabetes in Asian Populations

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[14/05/2012] As the diabetes epidemic spreads worldwide, there is growing concern for Asian American populations, who are nearly twice as likely to develop diabetes, particularly type 2 diabetes.Key to Diagnosing Diabetes in Asian Populations - Read more

Health Benefits for African American Veterans with Diabetes

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[23/03/2012] Intervention by peer mentors has a statistically significant effect on improving glucose control in African American veterans with diabetes, according to a study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania.Health Benefits for African American Veterans with Diabetes - Read more

Diabetes Risk from Sitting Around

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[12/03/2012] A new study has found that women who stay seated for long periods of time every day are more prone to developing type 2 diabetes, but that a similar link wasn't found in men. Diabetes Risk from Sitting Around - Read more

Cocoa May Enhance Skeletal Muscle Function

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[09/03/2012] A small clinical trial led by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine found that patients with advanced heart failure and type 2 diabetes showed improved mitochondrial structure after three months of treatment with epicatechin-enriched cocoa.Cocoa May Enhance Skeletal Muscle Function - Read more

Diabetes Study Shines Spotlight on Lifestyle Interventions

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[25/01/2012] An Emory University study assesses real-world lifestyle interventions to help delay or prevent the costly chronic disease that affects nearly 26 million Americans.Diabetes Study Shines Spotlight on Lifestyle Interventions - Read more

Diabetes: Poor Sleep Linked to Increased Health and Behaviour Problems

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[18/01/2012] A new study suggests that young diabetics may be struggling to get a good night's sleep, resulting in worse control of their blood sugar, poorer school performance and misbehaviour.Diabetes: Poor Sleep Linked to Increased Health and Behaviour Problems - Read more

Type 2 Diabetes: Scientists Reassess Weight Loss Surgery

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[16/01/2012] Weight loss surgery is not a cure for type 2 diabetes, but it can improve blood sugar control, according to a new study. Whereas some previous studies have claimed that up to 80 per cent of diabetes patients have been cured following gastric bypass surgery, researchers at Imperial College London found that only 41 per cent of patients achieve remission using more stringent criteria.Type 2 Diabetes: Scientists Reassess Weight Loss Surgery - Read more

Low Vitamin D Levels May Contribute to Development of Type 2 Diabetes

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[11/01/2012] A recent study of obese and non-obese children found that low vitamin D levels are significantly more prevalent in obese children and are associated with risk factors for type 2 diabetes.Low Vitamin D Levels May Contribute to Development of Type 2 Diabetes - Read more

Brief, High-Intensity Workouts May Help Diabetics Lower Blood Sugar

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[19/12/2011] Researchers at McMaster University have found that brief high intensity workouts, as little as six sessions over two weeks, rapidly lower blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetics, offering a potential fix for patients who struggle to meet exercise guidelines.Brief, High-Intensity Workouts May Help Diabetics Lower Blood Sugar - Read more

 
 

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