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Study: Mental Health Issues Linked to Diabetes Before Age 40

Those who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes before the age of 40 are twice as likely to be hospitalized for mental illness as those who develop …

New Risk Score Far More Effective for Diabetes Diagnosis

A new way of screening babies and adults for future risk of type 1 diabetes will be much more effective at identifying the condition than current …

New Hope for Stem Cell Approach to Treating Diabetes

Scientists working to develop more effective treatments for diabetes are turning to stem cells. Such cells can be transformed into cells that produce …

Study: Following AHA’s Life’s Simple 7® May Reduce Diabetes Risk Significantly

It’s known that heart disease and diabetes often go hand in hand. Now, new research proves that following the American Heart Association’s …

Scientists Grow Perfect Human Blood Vessels in Petri Dish

Scientists have managed to grow perfect human blood vessels as organoids in a petri dish for the first time. The breakthrough engineering technology …

Physical Activity Reduces Mortality in Patients with Diabetes

A new paper published today says patients with type 2 diabetes should be prescribed physical activity to control blood sugar and improve heart …

Study: Abdominal Fat May Cause Pathogenic Obesity

Type 2 diabetes and other diseases related to the obesity epidemic depend on how the body stores excess energy, according to an evolutionary …

High Intake of Dietary Fiber and Whole Grains Reduce Risk of Disease

People who eat higher levels of dietary fiber and whole grains have lower rates of non-communicable diseases compared with people who eat lesser …

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Study: Older Patients with Diabetes Have Worse Verbal Memory and Fluency

A recent Australian study finds that older patients with diabetes may struggle more with verbal memory and fluency than those without diabetes. …

Genetics of Human Fat Cells Used to Predict Response to Anti-Diabetes Drugs

A new study from Penn Medicine shows that a person’s individual genetic variation may affect which medications are best to take. Drugs called …

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