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type 2 diabetes
Eat Okra to Control Blood Sugar and Blood Lipids, 5 Precautions
In addition to drug treatment, increased exercise, and a healthy lifestyle, one vegetable—okra—also offers a drug-like hypoglycemic effect.
December 29, 2023
Popular Weight Loss Drugs Linked to Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk: Study
New research finds GLP-1 agonist drugs like Ozempic may significantly reduce colorectal cancer risk, especially for obese patients.
December 9, 2023
Early Prevention Strategies for Alzheimer’s: Experts Suggest Engaging in Fun Activities to Delay Cognitive Decline
Engaging in fun activities that create positive stimulation to the brain—in addition to mental exercises—may prevent or delay ...
December 1, 2023
Early Onset, Early Effects: How Type 2 Diabetes Might Accelerate Cognitive Decline
The escalating trend of early-onset Type 2 diabetes brings a hidden peril: Those living longer with the disease ...
September 2, 2023
Popular Weight-Loss Drugs Could Be Harmful for Children: Researchers
The potential lifelong consequences that weight-loss drugs could have on adolescents and children have a multidisciplinary team of clinicians, ...
August 31, 2023
Study Finds Abdominal Fat Could Be Protective Against Diabetes, Experts Disagree
Excess fat having a health-advancing influence is an oxymoron to almost everyone. But in some rare cases, abdominal ...
August 7, 2023
UK Authorities to Probe Suicidal Thoughts From Weight Loss Drugs
The UK drug regulator is investigating the risk of suicidal thoughts and of self-harm in patients using some ...
July 31, 2023
Could Diabetes Type 1 and 2 Be Curbed by a Strange Staple of Asian Cooking?
What causes diabetes varies according to the type – such as type 1 or type 2. But, overall, ...
July 26, 2023
Vitamin K Protects Against Diabetes, New Study Finds
A recently published Canadian study has discovered the cellular process that allows vitamin K to protect against diabetes. ...
June 30, 2023
How 50 Million Americans Can Reverse Their Diabetes at Zero Cost
If you were diagnosed with diabetes as little as three years ago, it meant you officially had it ...
June 21, 2023
Thin Outside, Fat Inside: Invisible Killer That May Cause Cancer
Visceral fat, also known as abdominal fat, is the fat that surrounds internal organs in the abdomen. While ...
April 21, 2023
The Essential Guide to Diabetes: Early Signs, Causes, Treatments, and Natural Remedies
Diabetes is a chronic, metabolic disease characterized by abnormally high blood sugar levels. High blood sugar levels can ...
March 16, 2023
Major Drugmaker to Drastically Reduce Insulin Prices in United States
Drugmaker Novo Nordisk has announced that it will significantly reduce insulin prices in the United States beginning next ...
March 15, 2023
6 Benefits of Insulin Resistance Diet, Beyond Preventing Diabetes: Current Research
Insulin resistance is a condition that occurs when the body's cells become less responsive to the hormone insulin, ...
March 1, 2023
Old Drugs Offer Hope for Treating Diabetes in Those Who Can’t Use Metformin
The first drug prescribed to most people with Type 2 diabetes is typically metformin—but for a broad range ...
February 1, 2023
Coffee Good for Diabetes and Its Common Complications: Current Studies
About 1 in 10 Americans are living with diabetes, and between 90 and 95 percent of them have Type ...
January 29, 2023
Normal Blood Sugar Can Still Lead to Prediabetes, 2 Common Symptoms to Watch For
Do you feel hungry before meals and drowsy after meals? If this happens all the time, you may ...
January 4, 2023
Type 2 Diabetes Among American Youth Predicted to Soar 673 Percent in Coming Decades: Expert Forecast
A new modeling study has found that the number of young Americans who are likely to develop type ...
January 2, 2023
New Study: Intermittent Fasting May Alleviate Type 2 Diabetes
Diabetes has become the third most life-threatening disease after cardiovascular disease and malignant tumors. According to the International ...
December 27, 2022
Honey May Offer Protection Against Heart Disease and Diabetes
Regular consumption of sugar is considered harmful to our health, including increasing the risk of diabetes, obesity, and ...
December 22, 2022
Type 2 Diabetes Drugs May Affect Multiple Sclerosis Risk, 1 Way to Help
If you have Type 2 diabetes, you likely know about or have taken an anti-hyperglycemic medication–but did you ...
December 20, 2022
2 Habits Make Men More Prone to Insulin Resistance: Study
The phrase "men and women are different" is not only reflected in appearance: the human bodies of different ...
December 13, 2022
Preventing Type 2 Diabetes
People with diabetes have a problem with blood sugar. Their blood sugar, or blood glucose, can climb too ...
August 23, 2022
National Institutes of Health
Study Finds Traditional Indian Ayurvedic Medicines Improve Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms
A systematic review by the University of Nottingham on Ayurvedic treatments suggests that natural medicine—original to India—may be ...
June 14, 2022
Cancer Increases Risk of Type 2 Diabetes: Study
A Danish study conducted by the University of Copenhagen has found that some common types of cancers increase ...
June 7, 2022
Florida Judge to Decide Trial Date in Trump Documents Case
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Hunter Biden Says ‘Skills’ Not Family Name Is Why He Was Paid Millions on Burisma Board
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Congress Passes Stopgap Funding Bill to Avert Government Shutdown
Newsom’s Office Rejects ‘Pay to Play’ Allegations, Says Panera Bread Not Exempt From Fast Food Law
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