Type 2 Diabetes Causes

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Eating too much and exercising too little may be at core of weight gain

How people use the calories they consume could provide clues for understanding and reversing global trends in obesity and poor metabolic health, …

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Ultra-Processed Food Consumption, Linked to Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Next time you go for a packaged snack, keep in mind that a new study from France suggests people who consume foods that are “ultra” …

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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Time-Restricted Eating Benefits Those At Risk for Diabetes, Heart Disease

Metabolic syndrome is the name for a group of risk factors, such as high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, that increase the risk for adverse …

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Study: DDT Linked to Higher Risk of Diabetes Among Asian Indian Immigrants in the U.S.

Previous exposure to the pollutant DDT may contribute to the risk of diabetes among Asian Indian immigrants to the U.S., according to a study from …

Large Genomic Study Shows Critical Link Between T2D and Previously Unlinked Gene

Researchers at the National Institute of Health (NIH) report the largest genomic study of Type 2 diabetes in sub-Saharan Africans, with data from …

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Using New Techniques to Detect Early Signs of Type 2 Diabetes in Teens

Researchers know that exosomes, tiny nanoparticles released from fat cells, travel through the bloodstream and body, regulating a variety of …

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First Genome-Wide Association Study for Type 2 Diabetes in Youth Findings

Researchers have discovered seven genetic variants associated with Type 2 diabetes in youth in the First Genome-Wide Association Study for Type 2 …

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Study: Shift Work Increases Diabetes and Heart Disease Risk

With a large population engaging shift work, ranging in sectors from healthcare to transportation, researchers have set out to understand the …

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Study: Removal of “Zombie Cells” Alleviates Causes of Diabetes in Obese Mice

Researchers have shown that when senescent cells — also known as “zombie cells” — are removed from fat tissue in obese mice, …

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