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There is no denying that our planet is transforming—we’re faced with unusual climate changes, melting polar caps, rising sea levels, and more cases of type 2 diabetes. Yes, you read that right: new research suggests a surprising link between the… Read More
Type 2 diabetes may be reversible in as little as four months according to a study conducted by researchers at McMaster University. Type 2 diabetes is generally considered to be long-term and worsens over time, requiring increasingly complex management strategies… Read More
New research from the University of Queensland School of Public Health has found that older women taking statins to help control their cholesterol may be at an increased risk of developing diabetes. Statins are commonly used to lower cholesterol and… Read More
The American Heart Association has found that diets with high gluten content are associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. This lowered risk has been attributed to the consumption of cereal fiber, which protects against the development… Read More
Prediabetes is the condition where your blood sugar is higher than normal, but not quite high enough to be classified as diabetes. Many adults are unaware that they have prediabetes, as the symptoms may not be very noticeable.
However, if… Read More
Diabetes distress is a condition unique to those with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and though some symptoms may be similar to depression, it is not the same. Approximately 30 percent of people with diabetes experience diabetes distress at… Read More
In case you missed it, here is Bel Marra Health’s roundup on osteopenia— decreased bone density—featuring information on what factors contribute to bone loss, natural treatment options, anti-inflammatory diet tips for stronger bones, and how psoriasis affects bone density.
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Researchers have found a link between certain variations in DNA and the development of type 2 diabetes that may explain why some individuals get the disease while those with similar lifestyles do not.
A team of scientists has published their… Read More
February 13 is International Epilepsy Day, and in honor of this event, Bel Marra Health has gathered a collection of articles related to epilepsy, including information on diabetes, cataracts, heart rate, and asthma.
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In recognition of World Cancer Day—taking place on February 4, 2017—Bel Marra Health has put together a roundup of articles featuring information on colorectal cancer and prostate cancer, as well as how these diseases relate to and are affected by… Read More
Professor Mike Riddell of York University, along with a team of international researchers and clinicians, have published a new set of guidelines to improve the way people with type 1 diabetes exercise and stay safe. While regular exercise can aid… Read More
A new portable device is being developed by researchers at the University of Twente in conjunction with commercial parties in order to aid in the early detection of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes has been diagnosed in approximately… Read More
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