Study finds significant decrease in cardiovascular diseases among individuals with diabetes
The incidence of cardiovascular diseases in Sweden has decreased sharply since the late 1990s. These are the findings of a study from Sahlgrenska Academy which included almost...
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Hyperglycemia in Cystic Fibrosis: Is It Diabetes, or Isn't It?
Reporting on the Diabetes UK Professional Conference, Medscape explores the conundrum of hyperglycemia in patients with cystic fibrosis. Medscape Pulmonary Medicine
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New Blood Test May Better Predict Gestational Diabetes
A single measurement of plasma glycated CD59, a novel biomarker for diabetes, at weeks 24-28 of pregnancy identifies women at risk of gestational diabetes
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Glucose-independent association of adiposity and diet composition with cardiovascular risk in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes
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Scientists reveal unexpected route to slow progression of diabetic kidney disease
More than 660,000 people in the United States suffer from end-stage kidney disease, which can only be treated by dialysis or kidney transplantation. Almost half of these...
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Here's why preventive care should be a priority
A team of researchers from Cleveland Clinic and New York University School of Medicine have found that based on 2014 data, obesity resulted in as much as 47% more life-years...
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Are obese people to blame for their condition? No, says report calling for wider access to treatment
Obesity specialist Arya Sharma hears the argument all the time: Why should the public health system pay for treatments for people who have essentially “done it to...
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Researchers awarded $1.8 million grant to develop Transdisciplinary Care Model for type 1 diabetes
Only 21 percent of adolescents with type 1 diabetes maintain the recommended A1C levels, According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases...
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Bubble Tea Is as Unhealthy as Soda
Also known as boba tea, bubble tea is an Asian drink that consists of tea mixed with fruit, flavored syrups, or milk accompanied with tapioca pearls. Originally a beverage of...
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Could going low-carb help you fight off diabetes?
A low-carb meal can mean that a patient's blood sugar only rises by six per cent. Brian Parsons, from Skipton, North Yorkshire, had a low blood sugar reading after he went on...
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Statin Therapy May Benefit Patients With Hepatitis B or C Related Cirrhosis
Hepatitis B or C related cirrhosis in patients could be treated by using statin drugs, reveals study.
Optimism May Reduce Risk of Dying Prematurely Among Women
The study found that women who were optimistic had a significantly reduced risk of dying from several major causes of death including cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory...
Want to get over your recent break-up? Do anything
This placebo effect influences brain regions associated with emotions and releases dopamine - known as the 'feel-good' hormone, researchers at the University of Colorado at...
Financial Strain May Increase Chances of Low-birth-Weight Babies
Pregnant moms who are socioeconomically disadvantaged have a higher likelihood of having smaller babies.
Dangers of Indoor Tanning Perceived Through Images of Skin Cancer
Although the health risks associated with indoor tanning are clear, tanning bed use among college-aged women is still popular.
4 Ways to Make a City More Walkable | Jeff Speck
Walking around a city is a great way to experience it because you're able to get up close and personal with what's around you. There aren't pains of glass in the way the way...
Sleep-Deprived Teens More Likely to Commit Crimes than Adults
New research out of the University of York in the United Kingdom and the University of Pennsylvania reported that teens who report midday sleepiness tend to show more...
Factors Associated With Mortality in Low-Risk Pediatric Critical Care...
Objective: To determine differences between survivors and nonsurvivors and factors associated with mortality in pediatric intensive care patients with low risk of...
Brain Stimulation During Special Skills Training Helps Improve Performance
Improving working memory or cognitive strategies could be very valuable for training people faster and more efficiently.
Frozen Fruits And Vegetables Provide Most Nutrients: Study
The importance of frozen fruits and vegetables help Americans meet their daily recommendations set by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans .