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New device shows promise in type 2 diabetes treatment, says study

Gastric bypass surgery is known to a highly effective treatment of obesity and type 2 diabetes. But a new device could be little less invasive.

Can coffee bean extracts cut fat-induced inflammation?

The researchers also stressed on the positive impact of using coffee bean by-products on the environment.

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Type 2 diabetes: The best drink to have at breakfast to lower blood sugar all day

The high-protein treatment also reduced appetite after the second meal compared with the low-protein equivalent.

Plant-based diet could help lower the risk of type 2 diabetes, suggests study

Globally, diabetes is on the rise and the number of people with diabetes has climbed from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014, according to the World Health Organisation.

Is there a link between depression and reduced physical activity in people with type 2 diabetes?

The results showed that participants showing no symptoms of depression at the start of the study had increased the number of steps per day they took by 592 steps.

Even naturally sweet drinks may increase diabetes risk: Study

The study looked at 22-26 years' worth of data from more than 1,92,000 men and women participating in three long-term studies.

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Can a diabetes patient have dates?

The sweet, bite-sized, wrinkly fruits are classified as having a low glycemic index.

Does your child have diabetes? Here's everything you need to know

Some of the red flags of diabetes include increased urination, weight loss and infections. Children at risk can also be identified by getting a screening as delayed diagnosis can lead to Diabetic Ketoacidosis, a life threatening condition.

Type 2 diabetes remission possible, says study; here's how

Type 2 diabetes affects 400 million people worldwide and increases the risk of heart disease, stroke, blindness and amputations.

Cinnamon for diabetes: Simple tips to add the common Indian spice to your diet

Consuming cinnamon promotes the release of insulin from the pancreas and boosts insulin sensitivity that helps in the processing of glucose. Here's how you can include cinnamon in your diet in a few simple ways.

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