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Use of antibiotics increases risk of type-2 diabetes: Study

Use of antibioticsBefore you take another antibiotic, here’s something you might want to consider. A Danish study revealed that the use of antibiotics might increase the risk of type-2 diabetes, a condition that increases the risk of heart disease and other problems.…

Type-2 diabetes risk higher in bulimia patients

Type-2 diabetes risk higher in bulimia patientsBulimia nervosa is when a person binges and purges food. This means they will consume large amounts of food only to expel it from their body immediately afterward. This can be done through vomiting or with the use of laxatives. …

Fatty liver and diabetes risks for liver fibrosis

Liver FibrosisNon-alcoholic fatty liver disease occurs when fat accumulates in the liver. This can occur in individuals who don’t drink or who moderately drink alcohol. In some people non-alcoholic fatty liver disease causes no symptoms or complications. However, if it progresses …

Mitochondrial changes help spot type-2 diabetes

Mitochondrial changes help spot type-2 diabetes before it strikesIn what could be a huge breakthrough in the prevention of diabetes, scientists have discovered a genetic biomarker in pre-diabetic people. The presence of this biomarker could give an early warning to clinicians, and help pre-diabetic people take the required …

Type 1 diabetes prevented by bacteria: Study

Type 1 diabetes prevented by bacteriaUnlike the more common Type 2, Type 1 diabetes does not develop from lifestyle factors. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition where the immune response attacks the pancreas causing little to no insulin production.

Research now suggests there are …

High blood sugar with diabetes triggers infection: Study

High blood sugar with diabetesOver time high blood sugar linked with diabetes can cause serious health consequences. High blood sugar is associated with kidney failure, stroke, heart attack, nerve damage and erectile dysfunction. New findings suggest that high blood sugar from diabetes can lead …

Stem cells provide new insight into complications of type 1 diabetes

diabetesA recent study gives scientists a better understanding of how the cellular repair process is impaired in type 1 diabetes. This knowledge also sheds light on the cause of cellular death in diabetic patients as well as the complications of …

How is polyphagia related to diabetes?

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Think about the last time you were hungry. It might have been after intense exercise, or maybe you had skipped a meal. You might have eaten more to quell those hunger pains, but eventually you likely felt full. But if …

Seniors with diabetes can lower knee pain with diet and exercise

Seniors with diabetes can lower knee pain with diet and exerciseResearchers at the University of Delaware have discovered that putting seniors on a strict exercise and diet plan could reduce the onset of knee pain if they have diabetes.

A common cause for knee pain among seniors is osteoarthritis. Knee …

Erectile dysfunction raises risk of unrecognized diabetes

risk of diabetes increases with EDAccording to the University of Wisconsin, the prevalence of erectile dysfunction is about five percent for men over 40, but jumps to 15 percent for men over the age of 70. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is when a man can no …

Older Americans have poor control over diabetes

Older diabetesCurrent research reports that only one in every three American seniors have their diabetes under control, according to John Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

In 2012, of the 11.8-million American seniors in the U.S., 25.9% had diabetes. The …

Diversify Your Diet to Help Against Type-2 Diabetes

diet for type2 diabetesBetween work obligations, social plans and family demands, it is easy to fall into what is called the “food rut.” This is when we tend to eat the same foods all the time. In many cases, it’s not the best …

Risk of type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s found in genes

type 2 diabetes and AlzheimerThere is a genetic link between those who have Type 2 diabetes developing Alzheimer’s disease according to findings from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

By using findings from a recent genome-wide association study (GWAS), researchers aimed to …

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