Diabetes News

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Wearable devices used to count calories, add steps or track fitness progress may not be the most rel...
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Going on a one- to three-week vacation could put adults at risk for gaining dangerous weight around...
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Women who frequently shift around their sleeping hours could have worse metabolic health outcomes th...
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If you have trouble sticking to your diet or losing weight, your best bet may be to keep a photo dia...
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A new "smart" sock could help people avoid the complications that come with diabetic neuropathy. The...
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When it comes to gut health, bingeing on the weekends is just as bad as a regular diet that includes...
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A technology that allows researchers to create a "virtual bone biopsy" has revealed why people with...
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A new study might provide further clues about why people with type 2 diabetes often have problems wi...
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Catching up on sleep over the weekend may reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes, according to a small...
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Young men who have a low resistance to stress may have up to a 50 percent higher risk of developing...

 
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