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Depression a risk factor for diabetes

Depression a risk factor for diabetes...

Treating depression has been shown to improve insulin resistance in type 2 diabetics, showing that depression is a risk factor for diabetes.

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What is your Omega 3 intake?

What is your Omega 3 intake?...

People with type 2 diabetes aren’t getting enough omega 3 fatty acids in their diet, according to a study by the American Diabetes Association.

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Is coffee good for diabetics?

Is coffee good for diabetics?...

If you are one of the millions of coffee lovers, you may be interested in the findings of this study which looked at the affects of coffee on diabetics.

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Blood glucose control reduces heart attack risk

Blood glucose control reduces heart attack risk...

A new study shows that people who strictly control their blood glucose reduce their risk of heart attack and heart problems.

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Diabetes spit test is being developed

Diabetes spit test is being developed...

Researchers are working on a painless and non-invasive spit test as a way of detecting and monitoring diabetes.

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Link between pancreatitis and diabetes found

Link between pancreatitis and diabetes found...

People with type 2 diabetes are at almost 3 times the risk of developing pancreatitis or inflammation of the pancreas. Be aware of the symptoms.

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Poor sleep can lead to diabetes

Poor sleep can lead to diabetes...

New research has highlighted the importance of getting a good night’s sleep. Lack of sleep was linked to overeating and diabetes.

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Aspirin use lowers diabetes risk.

Aspirin use lowers diabetes risk....

Posted by KellieMyHS in Diabetes News, Kellie's blog on April 28, 2009 | 3 responses | permalink

People who take aspirin have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, new research shows.

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Diabetes may affect brain power

Diabetes may affect brain power...

Type 2 diabetics may have a loss in memory and brain power in the long term, if their diabetes is not controlled. Experience a hypo video – scary!

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Reduce sugar and increase fiber

Reduce sugar and increase fiber...

Cut sugar and have more fiber each day, even by a very small amount, to lower your diabetes risk factors.

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Fructose promotes type 2 diabetes

Fructose promotes type 2 diabetes...

Fructose, a sugar used in some juices and foods, has been shown to promote type 2 diabetes in a new study.

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Lack of sleep linked to diabetes

Lack of sleep linked to diabetes...

People who don’t get enough sleep each night are more likely to develop prediabetes and diabetes, a study reports.

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Pre-diabetics risk heart disease

Pre-diabetics risk heart disease...

Having a mild form of high blood glucose or ‘pre-diabetes’, increases the risk of developing heart disease.

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Shift work places a heavy toll

Shift work places a heavy toll...

Shift work changes hormones in the body, which increases the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease, a new study reports.

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Avoiding trans fats in the diet

Avoiding trans fats in the diet...

A study has shown most Americans know they should avoid trans fats, but few know how.

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