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Having diabetes has long been linked to an increased risk in depression, but now research suggests t...
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Certain compounds found in grapes may have a protective influence against metabolic syndrome, accord...
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When it comes to diabetes and diabetes-induced hypertension, certain varieties of pears might offer...
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Experiencing serious life events (SLEs) like the death of a family member, divorce or illness during...
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People who have diabetes and also live near high-traffic roads may have an increased risk for inflam...
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A drug that is often used to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) was found to prevent type 2 diab...
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While eggs have gained a bad reputation for being high in cholesterol, they could help to decrease r...
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Women who have a history of depression may be more prone to develop diabetes during pregnancy, accor...
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Allowing yourself a cheat meal here and there could actually help your metabolism, according to Jill...
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Studies on sedentary behavior have found that long periods of sitting can be harmful to health, yet...

 
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