Diabetes

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Love to watch late-night TV? You might develop diabetes

Love to watch late-night TV or chat with your girlfriend till the wee hours? You may run a greater risk of developing diabetes.

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Sweet poison: All you wanted to know about Diabetes

Over the time, people suffering from Diabetes can face serious damage to many of the body’s systems.

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Vitamin D deficiency can cause diabetes

People who have low levels of vitamin D are more likely to have diabetes, regardless of how much they weigh, says a new study.

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Even insufficient sleep may lead to diabetes

Lack of sleep can elevate levels of free fatty acids in the blood.

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Having Type 2 diabetes may up Alzheimer’s risk

Type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s due to amyloid formation in the pancreas.

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Diabetes may damage your brain

Researchers have now found that diabetes may also decrease certain cognitive abilities, known as executive functions.

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Probiotic drink could help prevent diabetes

Excessive consumption of high-fat foods can lead to insulin resistance and diabetes.

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Diabetes treatment should be localised: Study

The prevention and treatment of diabetes should be based on the local factors.

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Now a tattoo to monitor your sugar levels

Researchers have developed a temporary tattoo that both extracts and measures the level of glucose in the fluid in between skin cells.

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New approach to treat fatty liver disease

Triglycerides, a type of fat in the blood and liver, are produced in the liver independent of insulin action in the liver.

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‘Technophobia’ stops elderly from managing diabetes

Small number of older adults use technology as tools to better manage Type 2 diabetes, shows a study.

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Diabetic kids have slower brain growth

Young children with type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth compared to their non-diabetic peers, a new study has found.

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Trickle down effect of exercise

New study finds that exercising changes the functioning of genes that affect how healthy and fit our muscles become

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Stress triggering diabetes in developing nations

By migrating to urban areas, people in developing countries are increasing their risk of diabetes .

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Heart patient? Avoid rush hour traffic: Study

Avoiding rush hour traffic could help in reducing risk of developing heart diseases .