Wellness

The Research In an analysis of 26 different studies including more than 200,000 people, the researchers concluded that women with type 1 diabetes had a 37 percent higher risk of death by stroke compared to men who also had type 1 diabetes. The resea [...]

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Background New research shows that a lack of sleep has the potential to lead to increased levels of substances called free fatty acids in the blood. These substances are harmful because they interfere with how well insulin can control blood sugar le [...]

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Diabetes is a dangerous disease as we all know, but how dangerous is the treatment in comparison? It may not be harmful to the younger patients living with diabetes, but as we get older, treatment can itself lead to a tragic turn of events. For ma [...]

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The FDA has approved a new drug from the company Novo Nordisk, which is injected to treat obesity in men or women who have health problems related to their weight, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol. The new drug will be m [...]

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At this time of year, there are many decadent treats strewn across the tables and in the ovens, so it is extremely important to watch what you eat if you have diabetes. Hopefully this list of scenarios will help you make the best choices for your hea [...]

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Introduced in 2011 in the U.S., this controversial diet plan is now being hailed as a possibly effective and innovative approach to obesity and diabetes. New research done in Fargo, North Dakota by Doctor Spencer Berry, medical director of Medical We [...]

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