In the United States alone, a staggering 29.1 million people have diabetes. This number coincides with almost 10 percent of the population. It should be noted that around 90-95 percent of those cases are type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is different [...]

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Some researchers say that an early trial of giving insulin to children induced what appears to be a protective immune response at high risk of developing type 1 diabetes. This could lead to further research and trials to find a way to prevent diabete [...]

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Water acidity can be a bigger problem than most would think. Your home might have acidic running water without you even realizing it. This can be dangerous to your health and could even increase your risk of type 1 diabetes. Pipe Problems As it is [...]

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It has long been known that eating breakfast is a good way to start the day. But now eating a large breakfast could benefit people with type 2 diabetes. A recent study came to the conclusion that individuals with type 2 diabetes may have less depress [...]

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Are you a night owl, an early riser, or somewhere in between? A new study claims people who stay up later, but still get the same amount of sleep, are at a higher risk for developing diabetes. This is due to the fact that staying awake later in the n [...]

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