Type 2 Diabetes Causes

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Texas A&M-Led Study Explores the Role of Estrogen in Controlling Type 2 Diabetes

By: Paul Schattenberg The results of a recent Texas A&M University-led study provide insights into the mechanism by which estrogen can decrease …

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Study Links Protein, Clusterin, to Cardiac and Metabolic Diseases

For the first time, researchers have linked the protein clusterin to many different facets of cardiometabolic syndrome risk through its actions in …

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Study Suggests Promising New Rx Target for Obesity and Diabetes

New research suggests a novel protein may be a promising therapeutic target to treat or prevent metabolic disorders like diabetes. The study also …

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Links from “Type 1.5 Diabetes” Analysis Offers Hope for More Accurate Diagnosis

Scientists who performed the largest-ever genetic study of a puzzling type of adult-onset diabetes have uncovered new connections to the two major …

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Low Birth Weight Linked to Obesity, Diabetes, and Hypertension Later in Life

A new study links low birth weight to obesity, diabetes, and hypertension later in life, but evidence for the associations is limited for the …

Baylor Project: Finding a Way to Uncouple Obesity From Diabetes

About 422 million people around the world, including more than 30 million Americans, have diabetes. Approximately ninety percent of them have Type 2 …

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Researchers Identify Potential Target for Developing Obesity and Diabetes

A newly published study by researchers from the University of Colorado School of Medicine has identified a potential therapeutic target for treating …

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Weight Loss Causes Remission of Type 2 Diabetes in Some Patients

Almost half of the individuals with type 2 diabetes in a trial achieved remission of their diabetes after weight-loss intervention within 6 years of …

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Diabetes Risk Higher Among LGBQ Teens, Northwestern Study Finds

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and questioning youth (LGBQ) are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes, be obese and engage in a less amount of physical …

New Study: Sugar Spikes Common in People Without Diabetes

A new study from Stanford University School of Medicine shows that blood sugar levels in people without diabetes fluctuate more than they think. The …

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