TYPE 2 DIABETES
Type 1 diabetes may up risk of epilepsy
In patients with type 1 diabetes, the risk of developing epilepsy was significantly higher than that in patients without the disease.
More reasons to love cheese: Feta can boost immunity, improve gut health and reduce diabetes risk
Feta cheese is low in calories and fat com...
Drugmakers launch cut-price versions of type 2 diabetes medicine
Dozens of Indian drugmakers have launched cut-price versions of teneliglipti...
Are you addicted to sugary drinks? Beware, it may cause prediabetes
Prediabetes is a condition in which blood sugar is high, but not high enough to be Type 2 diabetes.
New compound may help treat type-2 diabetes
The new technique may enable researchers to quickly find drug candidates that activate cellular receptors in desired ways.
Coffee can reduce diabetes risk
Bengaluru, Oct 20 (IANS) The medicine that can delay your diabetes is right on your coffee table.
Diabetes can be divided into five different groups; here's everything to know
Type-2 diabetes actually consists of several subgroups.
A clinician's guide to managing diabetes
Diabetes management is not about being trapped in a tedious & repetitive cycle of care but can be made flexible with diets, exercises or medications.
More effective drugs for diabetes in the offing
New research at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis suggests a different strategy: slowing the production of glucose in the liver.
This longevity protein may help develop therapies for diabetes, obesity and cancer
The Klotho proteins are located on the surface of cells of specific tissues.
Use of antibiotics may lead to diabetes: Study
Use of antibiotics may be linked to higher risk of diabetes, according to a latest study published in an international journal.
Diabetes check for CEOs and top bosses: Facts to know, foods to avoid
From reduced sleep cycle to dependence on junk and fast food, the factors causing diabetes are linked to what we do, or don't.
Diabetes vaccine enters phase II clinical trial
Type 2 diabetes can negatively impact a person's decision-making skills, & affect their ability to perform daily activities such as cooking & bathing.
Microchip can diagnose diabetes
Stanford researchers recently published work on a small microchip they've developed that scans for diabetes in a fraction of the time of current tests.
Science shows that chocolate may actually delay diabetes
Certain compounds found in cocoa can help your body release more insulin.
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