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Higher dementia risk is linked to higher blood sugar levels, even among people with no diabetes. In the study, blood sugar levels averaged over a five-year period were associated with greater risks of developing dementia in over 2,000 older adults… Read More
Chronic kidney disease can be heavily influenced by heart disease, type 2 diabetes, depression, heart failure, and blood pressure. Maintaining proper heart health is also important for your kidneys. If left unattended, chronic kidney disease can ultimately lead to kidney… Read More
Exercise can help manage type 1 diabetes, according to research findings. The three-month study looked at six type 1 diabetics who completed aerobic exercise. The researchers found these patients had better blood sugar control, used less insulin, and had fewer… Read More
Midlife diabetes diagnosis is linked to faster memory and cognitive decline and dementia progression during the next 20 years, according to research findings. The researchers found that diabetes ages the mind up to five years faster, compared to normal effects … Read More
This weekly health news roundup presents the latest news on tinnitus, chronic kidney disease, schizophrenia, blood pressure, and diabetes. This week, we discussed the foods to eat and avoid for tinnitus, a safe chronic kidney disease diet, natural home remedies… Read More
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease develops when fat accumulates in the liver. This can occur in individuals who don’t drink alcohol or who drink in moderation. In some people, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) causes no symptoms or complications.… Read More
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) risk in type 2 diabetes patients may be reduced with diet and moderate alcohol intake. The study involved 6,213 patients with type 2 diabetes. After 5.5 years of follow-up, 31.7 percent of patients developed chronic kidney… Read More
One of the complications associated with diabetes is eye disease. Diabetes can wreak havoc on your vision and eye health, in some cases leading to vision loss. If you have diabetes, it’s important that you keep your condition well managed.… Read More
A new study has found that if you worry about losing your job you’re at a higher risk for diabetes. The researchers reviewed data from 141,000 American, European, and Australian workers with an average age of 42.
The researchers found … Read More
Heart disease in patients who have both coronary artery disease (CAD) and type 2 diabetes can be prevented by effective treatment. A common condition in type 2 diabetes, heart failure has been found to be more serious in diabetics, compared… Read More
The FDA has approved the first ever ‘artificial pancreas’ for type 1 diabetes. Dr. Jeffrey Shuren of the FDA said in a news release, “This first-of-its-kind technology can provide people with type 1 diabetes greater freedom to live their… Read More
September is National Atrial Fibrillation Month, so we present our recent news stories discussing atrial fibrillation and associated conditions, including sleep apnea, heart attack, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and stroke.
Atrial fibrillation is a common cause of irregular heart rhythm. It… Read More
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