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Study Finds A New Computer Algorithm Predicts Gestational Diabetes

A new computer algorithm can predict in the early stages of pregnancy, or even before pregnancy has occurred, in which women are at a high risk of …

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A “Smart” Contact Lens May One Day Diagnosis Diabetes; Treat Retinopathy

A research team from a private research university in Pohang, South Korea, has developed technology that allows diagnosis of diabetes and treatment …

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Blood Profile predicts risk of type 2 diabetes better than obesity

Using lipidomics, a technique that measures the composition of blood lipids at a molecular level, and machine learning, researchers at Lund …

Researchers Find “Overspill” of fat shown to cause Type 2 Diabetes

For the first time, scientists have been able to observe people developing Type 2 diabetes – and confirmed that fat over-spills from the liver …

Filtered Coffee May Keep the Doc Away: Research Shows it May Prevent T2D

Coffee can help reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes – but only filtered coffee, according to new research from Sweden, which shows …

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Importance of Breastfeeding In Preventing Diabetes Reaffirmed in Early Studies

New research from Rio de Janeiro State University shows that breastfeeding is crucial in preventing diabetes. The World Health Organization …

JDRF Commits $8 Million in Grants to Advance Type 1 Diabetes Research

JDRF, a global organization funding Type 1 diabetes research, announced it has committed more than $8 million in new funds to accelerate Type 1 …

Stanford Study Examines Brain Function in Kids with Type 1 Diabetes

A new Stanford University-led study finds that kids with Type 1 diabetes have a subtle difference in brain function compared with those who …

Stem Cell Institute Awaits FDA OK to Conduct Clinical Trials for T2D

A San Diego-based stem cell research and therapy pioneer is in the process of getting U.S. FDA approval to conduct clinical trials on stem …

Premature Births Linked to Increased Risk for Diabetes Later in Life

A large, new study finds that diabetes, both Type 1 and Type 2, are more likely to develop in individuals who were born prematurely. Researchers at …

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