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Gastroparesis: A Diabetes Complication You Need to Know About

C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
A C-reactive protein (CRP) test is a blood test that measures the amount of a protein called C-reactive protein in your blood. C-reactive protein measures general levels of inflammation in your body

New Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs Expand to North Texas to Help ...
MarketWatch (press release)
DALLAS & FORT WORTH, Texas, Aug 25, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Several major organizations are working together to tackle one of North Texas' most serious health concerns: diabetes. UnitedHealthcare, YMCAs and local pharmacy partners are launching "NOT ...

Diabetes Mellitus Affected by Change in Airplane Cabin Pressure
ThirdAge
People with diabetes mellitus may be taking a risk when opting to fly in an airplane, Reuters Health reports. According to researchers, changes in cabin pressure during flights may cause insulin pumps to deliver too much or too little of the medication ...

Type 2 Diabetes Rates Rising Around the World
Fox News
By Deirdre Imus Recently, the Washington Post reported on another study confirming diabetes rates are rising dramatically among adults around the globe. In the United States, the study found the "steepest increase over the past three decades for men ...

Cancer, diabetes, hypertension largest cause of death
Times of India
The latest WHO data paints a worrying picture. At present, out of every 10 deaths in India, eight are caused by non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cardiovascular diseases, cancers, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes in urban India. ...

Why some obese people are diabetic
Times of India
A team of researchers led by one of Indian-origin, has discovered why some obese people develop chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, and others do not. The researchers took a novel approach of looking specifically at the body fat of ...

Diabetes more common in poor areas: study
StarPhoenix
By Lana Haight, The StarPhoenix August 26, 2011 More needs to be done to prevent diabetes among those living in Saskatoon's inner city, where people have a higher likelihood of developing the chronic disease, says a Saskatoon Health Region report ...

65M more obese adults in US by 2030: study
Toronto Sun
There will be 65 million more obese adults in the US and 11 million more in the UK by 2030, leading to millions of additional cases of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and cancer, say researchers at Columbia University and Oxford University. ...

Benefits of diabetes education
Daily Sun
Diabetes education is an active process that supports people in building self-management skills, and provides for shared decision making about how best to fit diabetes treatment into daily life. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is wholly ...

PONDER: How to control the chance of getting diabetes
Odessa American
Too often we pour our attention on the latest pill or diabetes gadget, yet fail to recognize that our fate is mostly in our own hands based on the choices we make in our everyday lives. This study was called the Cardiovascular Health Study. ...

Chocolate 'may cut stroke risk'
The Press Association
Chocolate-lovers could be cutting their risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke, research suggests. Previous studies have found that chocolate, particularly of the dark variety, contains compounds which may reduce the inflammation that leads to ...

Mexicans fare poorly in Texas study of diabetes risks
Houston Chronicle
By DON FINLEY SAN ANTONIO — Diabetes seems to be deadlier for Mexican-Americans than for Anglos, and much deadlier for diabetics living in Mexico, according to the latest findings from a landmark San Antonio-led study. The San Antonio Heart Study, ...
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Patients With Diabetes, High Blood Pressure More Likely to Develop Glaucoma
MedIndia
by VR Sreeraman on August 19, 2011 at 2:19 PM People who suffer from diabetes and high blood pressure may have an increased risk of developing open-angle glaucoma (OAG). Joshua D. Stein, MD, MS, a glaucoma specialist at Kellogg, led a research team ...

Fighting diabetes in St. Paul, one YMCA at a time
Pioneer Press
By Christopher Snowbeck Nearly 80 million Americans are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes - a common condition that doctors say is a gateway to other costly health problems. But in the Twin Cities, a select group of these "pre-diabetic" patients ...

Million drivers face losing licence under EU diabetes diktat
Daily Mail
By Jenny Hope Up to one million people with diabetes could lose their driving licences because of harsh new European rules classifying them as unfit to drive. Experts claim the 'unnecessarily strict' changes will affect hundreds of thousands who have ...

As If Traveling With Diabetes Wasn't Hard Enough
A Sweet Life (blog)
As if all this wasn't enough I woke up this morning and went to look at the latest news and found a Reuters' report saying a new study claims that changes in cabin pressure during flights may cause insulin pumps to deliver too much or too little ...

Relationship Between Glaucoma And Diabetes, Hypertension
South Asia Mail
Many Americans suffer from diabetes and hypertension and, according to a study by researchers at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center, these individuals may have an increased risk of developing open-angle glaucoma (OAG). Joshua D. Stein, MD, ...

High levels of CRP are caused by infections and many long-term diseases. But a CRP test cannot show where the inflammation is located or what is causing it. Other tests are needed to find the cause and location of the inflammation.

Weight Loss Enhances Sex For Men With Diabetes
ThirdAge
Diabetic men are at risk for sexual problems and bladder issues because of nerve damage or reduced blood flow caused by the disease and as many as 75 percent of men with diabetes have some degree of erectile dysfunction. However, the problem often goes ...

Healing Chronic and Problem Wounds
TribLocal
By NorthShore University HealthSystem@NSPR2 Yesterday at 9:17 am By Susan J. White Every year close to six million Americans suffer from chronic wounds caused by diabetes, circulatory problems and other conditions. Those numbers are on the rise, ...

Herceptin Side Effects May Increase Risk of Heart Problems: Study
AboutLawsuits.com
Spanish researchers found that older patients with a history of cardiac disease or diabetes were at higher risk of heart problems after taking the drug. Their findings were published in the latest issue of the Annals of Oncology. ...

YMCA reaches out to prevent diabetes
Hanford Sentinel
The YMCA's Diabetes Prevention Program was selected winner of the Faith-based and/or Community-based Initiatives category for the Department of Health and Human Services Healthy Living Innovation Awards. The awards are designed to identify and ...

Depressed? Don't read this article.
Catholic Online
Depression has already been linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, smoking, and physical inactivity, all themselves risk factors for stroke. Men might be lucky, however,. They are one-half as likely to suffer from depression as women, ...

The Institute for Vibrant Living Shares Breaking News: Recent Study Strongly ...
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
The Institute for Vibrant Living shares a study that suggests Vitamin D reduces the risk of type 2 Diabetes. Good news for people at risk for Type 2 Diabetes! Some recent and ongoing studies suggest that there may now be a safe, inexpensive way to keep ...

The mysteries of belly fat
Las Vegas Review-Journal
By ARAcontent Health professionals are concerned about belly fat because it can trigger: heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, fatty liver, liver cancer, stress, depression and Alzheimer's. Scientists believe that it is the fat below ...

AMI Foundation reaffirms meat's role in healthy, balanced diet
CattleNetwork.com
"This study is just the latest example of 'nutrition whiplash' for consumers," Hodges concluded. "The best medical and scientific advice to follow to reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes, or any chronic disease for that matter, is to manage high blood ...

Fatty food stuffs trigger diabetes, scientists find
Siliconindia.com
By PTI, Tuesday, 16 August 2011, 04:31 Hrs London: For the first time, scientists have discovered how fatty food trips a genetic switch in the body that can trigger diabetes, a finding they say could lead to a potential cure for the disease. ...

Red And Processed Meats Increase Diabetes Risk; Nuts And Dairy Reverse Effect
Medical News Today
A new study finds that processed products such as bologna and hot dogs, and red meat in general can increase your risk of type 2 diabetes by almost half, and that by getting your protein from other rich sources such as nuts, whole grains and dairy low ...

Leaders in Dentistry: A conversation with Dr. Donald S. Clem
DrBicuspid.com
DrBicuspid: The latest research finds that patients with periodontal disease may be at an elevated risk for several systemic conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, and adverse outcomes in pregnancy. Do you think there is enough awareness of this ...

Life expectancy shortened with 6 hours of daily TV
Ubergizmo
Previously published data on the relationship between TV viewing time and death from analyses of the Australian Diabetes, Obesity and Lifestyle Study (AusDiab) were used, in addition to figures from the Australian national population and mortality for ...

Risk of heart disease in women with diabetes and depression
Irish Medical Times
Depression and diabetes appear to be associated with a significantly increased risk of death from heart disease and risk of death from all causes over a ...

One Company That Benefits The Most From The Soaring Diabetes Epidemic

Forbes (blog)
By ROBERT LANGRETH The CDC is out with new numbers on the diabetes epidemic showing that it is continuing to surge out of control. Now 26 million Americans ...

105 Million in U.S. Have Diabetes or Prediabetes, CDC Says

BusinessWeek
26 (HealthDay News) -- Diabetes now affects nearly 26 million Americans of all ages and 79 million people have what doctors call "prediabetes," according to ...

Rising diabetes rate leaves 'a lot to be done,' doctor says

Palm Beach Post
By the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest count, about 1 in 12 Americans has diabetes, a debilitating disease in which the body has ...

YMCA initiates new diabetes prevention program

La Crosse Tribune
The program is the latest effort of the YMCA Activate America: Pioneering Healthier Communities. La Crosse is among 64 communities in the nation in ...

The Root Cause Of Blood Vessel Damage In Diabetes Discovered

Medical News Today
A key mechanism that appears to contribute to blood vessel damage in people with diabetes has been identified by researchers at Washington University School ...

The Celebrity Apprentice 2010 - Bret Michaels Gets SCARY News - Daughter Has ...
Gather.com
When he called his daughter, Bret Michaels recieved the news that his daughter, Raine, was being tested for diabetes. Bret Michaels has diabetes, ...

Ministry of Health Prepares for Opening Rashid Diabetes Center Next May WAM - Emirates News Agency
Ajman, 17 April 2010 (WAM) - HE Dr. Hanif Hassan, UAE Minister of Health visited Rashid Center for Diabetes and Obesity in Ajman in preparation of its ...

Report a real eye-opener for Canadians, cardiologist says The Kingston Whig-Standard
The report found that between 1994 and 2005, the rate of obesity in those 35 to 49 years of age has risen 20%, high blood pressure by 127% and diabetes by ...

Study Finds Link Between Gum Disease, Diabetes KEYC
Tonight in Health Watch:Nearly 24 million children and adults in the United States--have diabetes...and many of them don't know they even have it. ...

Tackling the Burden of Diabetes at Its Root Causes
Kansas City infoZine
By Jason Eberhart-Phillips, MD - “You have diabetes.” -- Three words that a doctor never wants to say, and a patient never wants to hear. ...

Research links oral health, overall well-being
Vancouver Sun
Correlations and associations have been found between poor oral health and many systemic diseases such as cardio-vascular disease, diabetes, ... 

 
Risks: Greater Risks for Cancer Patients With Diabetes New York Times
By RONI CARYN RABIN People with diabetes are at increased risk for developing some cancers, and are more likely than nondiabetics to die of cancer. ...

Brain-hormone circuit that helps police diabetes, female fertility unraveled Daily News & Analysis
"Many people, and even many physicians, think you develop diabetes that is solely secondary to obesity," said Dr. Joel Elmquist, professor of internal ...

Fate Of Our Children: Live Sicker, Die Younger Huffington Post (blog)
How's this for a chilling forecast: the prevalence of diabetes in America will double in the next two-and-a-half decades. A recent study conducted by the ...

Diabetes Worsens Postop Mortality in Cancer Medscape
This showed that preexisting diabetes was associated with a 51% greater risk for short-term postoperative mortality in cancer patients, ...

Study finds diabetes drug has fracture risks
Bend Bulletin
By Patricia Anstett / Detroit Free Press Women with Type 2 diabetes who take a commonly prescribed drug for the problem are at a higher risk of bone ...

More treatment doesn't always mean better health USA Today
ACCORD, a $300 million study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, found that patients with type 2 diabetes who take the billion-dollar Abbott ... 

HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL ADVISER Diabetes can affect eyes as well Detroit Free Press
Question: I was recently diagnosed with diabetes. After explaining how to check my blood sugar, my doctor said I should have my eyes checked for diabetic ...

Health Officials Urge Diabetes Prevention WPTZ The Champlain Valley
Early diagnosis is essential to successfully treat and prevent or delay diabetes and complications such as heart disease, blindness, kidney disease, ...

Molecular targets for diabetes-related erectile dysfunction identified
Oneindia
Current estimates suggest that as many as 75 percent of men with diabetes will develop some degree of ED, and in many cases diabetics develop more severe ...

Antidepressant use may be higher among Type 2 diabetics
Los Angeles Times (blog)
Use of antidepressants has gone up over the years, but those with Type 2 diabetes may be taking more than the general public. ...

Hispanics Have High Rate Of Diabetes KIONrightnow.com
Few Latinos showed up to a health fair in Salinas, where free diabetes tests were offered. Yet this group has one of the highest rates for diabetes. ...

Immigrants more likely to develop diabetes, study shows Globe and Mail
This reflects the reality that in the developing world, where most immigrants and refugees to Canada originate, rates of Type 2 diabetes are soaring. ...

Study Reveals Diabetes Effects Mood, Sex Life AHN
London, England (AHN) - The results of a new research study has found that diabetes can have a major effect on people's lives, with just under half (44 ...
Diabetes Control Study WSOC Charlotte
The Lancet in February 2010, reports that a median A1c level of 6.4 percent was associated with a significantly higher risk of heart attack and death from all causes. Mortality rates were highest among aggressively managed patients taking insulin.
Diabetes raises cancer-surgery death Washington Post (blog)
People with diabetes are at substantially greater risk of dying after undergoing cancer surgery, research released this morning shows. ...
Ten Facts About Diabetes and Kidney Disease in Hispanic Americans ParentYourParents.com (blog)
Diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death in the US and the single leading cause of kidney failure in adults. Hispanic Americans have a high rate of ...
History of diabetes mellitus and the risk of prostate cancer: The Ohsaki ... UroToday
The association between diabetes mellitus and the risk of prostate cancer has been tested in previous prospective cohort studies in western populations. ...
Consensus Moving to A1c as a Better Predictor of Diabetes Than Fasting Glucose Diabetes Health (press release)
The level of blood glucose in the sample gives a good indication of whether the patient is non-diabetic, is at risk for diabetes, or has the disease. ...

Maple syrup reduces cancer, diabetes risk UPI.com
SAN FRANCISCO, March 26 (UPI) -- Maple syrup can substantially slow the growth of cancerous cells in several cancers and help reduce the risk of diabetes, ...

Pre-Diabetes Patients Have Extremely High Cases of Kidney Disease HULIQ
Researchers have drawn a connection between the prevalence of kidney disease among undiagnosed people with diabetes or pre-diabetes. ...

Diabetes a disaster for Indigenous Australians ABC Online
TONY EASTLEY: Aboriginal leaders say diabetes is the number one health issue affecting Indigenous Australians. Half of all Australia's Indigenous people ...

Kidney disease behind undiagnosed diabetes Times of India
People with prediabetes and undiagnosed diabetes may already be suffering kidney damage, claims a new study. According to the study appearing in an upcoming ...

92 million people in China living with diabetes dBTechno
When it comes to diabetes cases look no further than China who is now home to the most of any country in the world. Recent statistics from the country show ...

China faces 'diabetes epidemic' BBC News
China faces a diabetes epidemic, with almost one in 10 adults having the disease while most cases remain undiagnosed, researchers have said. ...

State is diabetes epicenter Edmond Sun
ENID — Diabetes often has been called the silent killer. It has no outright symptoms, other than indications of high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Native American Diabetes rate Indian Country Today
More than 16 percent of American Indians and Alaska Natives aged 20 and older have diagnosed diabetes, compared to a national average of seven percent. ...
Drugs in pre-diabetics do little to slow progression to diabetes or to heart ... Los Angeles Times (blog)
A combination of drugs that researchers hoped would delay progression to diabetes and/or heart disease in people with impaired glucose tolerance provided ...
Diabetes Heart Treatments May Cause Harm New York Times
By GINA KOLATA Three aggressive treatment strategies doctors had expected would prevent heart attacks among people with Type 2 diabetes and some who are the ...
Alzheimer's report sees growing problems SW Iowa News
Conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes, which are known risk factors for Alzheimer's and other dementias in all groups, are more common in ...
Protect Your Kidneys by Controlling Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Food Consumer
Diabetes and high blood pressure are common causes of kidney disease. However, most people with kidney disease are not aware of their condition. ...
'Diabetes control reduces kidney disease risk by 21%' Daily Times
By Amar Guriro KARACHI Health experts on Thursday suggested that people with diabetes should go through regular medical checkups, as diabetics were more ...
Latest Alzheimer's Study WTVY
Although there are no known genetic reasons to explain these differences, doctors say high blood pressure and diabetes are huge risk factors for both mental ...
Anticipation Builds, as the World's Leading Diabetologists Prepare for Ground ... PR-USA.net (press release)
According to the latest research, diabetes mellitus is the second leading cause of death in the UAE and affects approximately 25 per cent of UAE Nationals. ...
Study: Prediabetics not doing enough to avoid full-blown diabetes Dr. Cutler
Researchers from the Division of Diabetes Translation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Emory University and the National Institute of ...
Protect Your Kidneys - Control Diabetes Bernama
This is partially caused by the rise of diabetes and hypertension, which increases the risk for kidney disease. According to the National Kidney Foundation ...
Having Prediabetes May Not Kick-Start Prevention Efforts BusinessWeek
TUESDAY, March 2 (HealthDay News) -- Knowing you're on the cusp of developing diabetes apparently isn't enough to make most people take steps to prevent it. ...
MPs debate Peripheral Arterial Disease DeHavilland (press release) (subscription)
However, the vast majority of amputations undertaken in the national health service are caused by peripheral arterial disease, diabetes or, quite often, ...
Fracture risk tied to diabetes drug Seattle Times
Women with type 2 diabetes who take medicines called thiazolidinediones, or TZDs, are at a higher risk of bone fractures, a Henry Ford Hospital study has ...
Stroke Rate Increases Among Young Adults Oneindia
The increased prevalence of diabetes, hypertension and obesity could be a possible explanation for such an alarming trend.
Diabetes cases grow, but healthy diet can help Newsday (subscription)
About 25 percent of people older than 60 have diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The disease is the sixth-leading cause ...

Major depression more than doubles dementia risk in diabetic adults Daily News & Analysis
WASHINGTON: A new study has shown that major depression more than doubles the risk of dementia among adults with diabetes. Dementia is the progressive ...

For Canada's obsese, exercise alone isn't going to cut it Montreal Gazette
Eric Ravussin, who is recognized internationally for his work in obesity and diabetes, says the amount of exercise needed to cause significant weight loss ...

Hearing loss twice as likely with diabetes UPI.com
23 (UPI) -- People with diabetes are twice as likely to have hearing loss as those who do not have diabetes, a US audiologist says. ...
(BPRW) Diabetes Hits African American Communities Hard Black PR Wire (press release)
(BLACK PR WIRE/FAMU-TALLAHASSEE) – Diabetes has become one of the major health problems facing Americans today. In the African American community, ...
Diabetes to exact huge costs on poor countries Reuters
"Diabetes is moving from being a disease of developed countries to a disease in developing countries like India and China, and this could put pressure on ...
Avandia News and Possible Avandia Recall After Avandia Senate Report Gather.com
Earlier we discussed the diabetes drug Avandia, also referred to as rosiglitazone, and a possible Avandia recall. The latest Avandia news reveals a link ...
Statins may raise diabetes risk Food Consumer
People using cholesterol-lowering statins were found at 9 percent more likely to develop diabetes, according to researchers who said that the heart benefits ...
Type 2 Diabetes Cases To Rise 98 Percent By 2020 eMaxHealth
Due to rising obesity rates, a 2020 prediction states type 2 diabetes could raise up to 98 percent. The report "A prediction of Obesity Trends for Adults ...
Diabetes drug raises bone fracture risk in older women Daily News & Analysis
Washington DC: Women with type 2 diabetes who take a commonly prescribed class of medications to treat insulin resistance may be at a higher risk for ...
Child Obesity Risks Death at Early Age, Study Finds New York Times
Youngsters with a condition called pre-diabetes were at almost double the risk of dying before 55, and those with high blood pressure were at some increased ...
Avandia Heart Attack Risk Twice as High as Other Diabetes Drugs: Study AboutLawsuits.com
The results of a new study indicate that side effects of Avandia may double the risk of heart attacks when compared to other diabetes drugs. ...
Oprah announces diabetes tests Chicago Sun-Times
Oprah Winfrey announced on her show Thursday that Walgreens will offer free blood-glucose screenings today for Type 2 diabetes at all of its 24-hour ...
Study Finds 1 in 5 People Unable to Benefit From Exercise FOXNews
Researchers at London University also found that regular exercise did little to prevent some medical conditions, like heart disease or diabetes. ...
• Diabetes drug spending rose from $6.7 billion in 2001 to $12.5 billion in 2007
• Rise in cost due to new classes of drugs, multiple prescriptions, more doctor visits
• Inexpensive, generic drug may outperform newer, costlier versions
• Nearly 24 million Americans, 8 percent of the population, have Type 2 diabetes
The number of Americans with diabetes has grown to about 24 million people, or roughly 8 percent of the U.S. population.  A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based on data from 2007, indicates an increase of about 3 million cases since over just two years. The CDC estimates another 57 million people have a condition called pre-diabetes, which puts people at increased risk for the disease.   Diabetes results from defects in insulin production that causes sugar to build up in the body. It is the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S.
Sources: •           National Diabetes Fact Sheets 2007
The diabetes epidemic .......             Sharon Ginn, St Pete Time

Recently a 40% increased risk of heart attacks and heart failure was reported in diabetics prescribed the medication Avandia.             David Lipschitz, St Pete Times

Should we all be taking vitamin D? Times Online
Since then UK research has shown that children given vitamin D supplements are around a third less likely to develop diabetes. Vitamin D is a steroid and ...
Family history of obesity and diabetes raises diabetes risk, Study TheMedGuru
by Pankhuri Kapoor - February 1, 2010 Boston, Massachusetts, February 1 -- Women with a family history of type 2 diabetes and obesity are twice more likely ...
Overweight in 20s Could Lead to Serious Problems in 40s Science Daily (press release)
31, 2010) — People who are obese and have type 2 diabetes in their 20s will be at higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke in their 40s if they do not ...
Diabetic complications worse for depressed patients eMaxHealth
The findings are extracted from the Pathways Epidemiological Follow-up Study that included a review of patient records with diabetes. ...
Steve Cameron: The ugly truth about diabetes Merced Sun-Star
A huge number of people -- and this once included me, I'm sorry to say -- totally misunderstand the entire concept of diabetes, what it is and what it means ...
Brain Vessel Disease May Help Predict ESRD in Diabetes Study suggests silent ... ModernMedicine
29 (HealthDay News) -- Patients with type 2 diabetes who have cerebral microvascular disease are more likely to develop renal disease, according to a study ...
Diabetics face risk of heart disease The Hillsdale Daily News
Two out of three people with diabetes die of either a heart attack or stroke. Despite this increased risk, individuals with diabetes can take important ...
New Scientific Studies Show Further Evidence of Avandia Dangers PR Web (press release)
All 26375 patients records reviewed included a diagnosis of Diabetes and the use of at least one oral diabetic medication used between years 2000 and 2006. ...
It's the phenome and not the genome: put your money on mortal flesh Atlantic Online (blog)
In their report (titled, "Utility of genetic and non-genetic risk factors in prediction of type 2 diabetes: Whitehall II prospective cohort study" and ...
Researchers discover link between diabetes, muscle abnormalities in new study Drug Store News (blog)
2) A study published in the journal Diabetes Care has found abnormalities in the muscle cells and may benefit adults ages 18 to 25 years with diabetes. ...
Diabetes Doctors Not Listening to Patients HULIQ
The study is questioning whether diabetics are having trouble managing their diabetes because of doctor-patient disagreements. “Both sets of priorities are ...
Heart disease is a woman's disease too San Jose Mercury News
Diabetes is one of the most significant risk factors for heart disease. Two out of three people with diabetes die from heart disease or stroke. ...
WALNUT POWER! Valley Independent Sentinel
That's too bad, because walnuts have been shown in a study to improve cardiovascular health in people with Type 2 diabetes. Eating two ounces of walnuts per ...
Diabetes Drug Ups Risk for Bone Fractures in Older Women, Study Suggests Science Daily (press release)
14, 2010) — A Henry Ford Hospital study finds women with type 2 diabetes who take a commonly prescribed class of medications to treat insulin resistance may ...
Eye Damage from Diabetes Remains the leading Cause of Blindness in Adults; 5.3 ... Newswise (press release)
Nearly sixty percent of all diabetes patients are expected to develop diabetic retinopathy within ten years of their diagnosis. Diabetic retinopathy is the ...

 

 







   
   

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