Diabetes

Diabetes and its Relationship to Nutrition

Overview Diabetes is a condition that requires individuals to make some changes in their lives, especially in their eating habits.…

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New Medicine, Varenicline, Helped Diabetics Quit Smoking

Introduction Tobacco smoke comprises more than 70 known carcinogens or cancer-causing chemical substances such as tar, carbon monoxide, oxidizing chemicals,…

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Does Sleeping with Lights On Make You Diabetic?

Over 30 million people worldwide have diabetes and it is the sixth leading cause of death. Diabetes type 2, the…

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Is There a Link Between Dehydration and Diabetes?

Diabetes and Dehydration Diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar levels due to deficient production of insulin┬áby the human pancreatic…

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What is the Link Between Diabetes and Sleep Apnea?

The effects of sleep apnea (a breathing disorder that affects sleep) go far beyond leaving you tired/fatigued in the morning…

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Diabetic Gastroparesis: Causes and Prevention

Diabetic gastroparesis Bloating, nausea, and heartburn are gastroparesis symptoms that alter how the stomach transfers food into the intestines. Doctors…

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A Revolutionary Transplant for Type 1 Diabetes

Scientists of the University of Missouri have partnered with Georgia Institute of Technology and Harvard University for creating a novel…

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Accelerated Aging in Type 2 Diabetes Patients

Type 2 diabetes has been previously linked to memory and thinking problems. A new study published on May 24, 2022,…

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How has Insulin Therapy Changed Over the Past 100 Years?

We’ve been striving for techniques to make life more convenient since the dawn of creation. The contemporary era has brought…

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PK2: A Breakthrough in Diabetes Treatment

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India have identified a drug molecule that can be…

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