Diabetes News Page 18

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Byetta, a diabetes drug normally given to adult diabetics, has been shown to help obese teens lose w...
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The connection between pesticides and health is one that environmental scientists have long explored...
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Is it possible to get fit, lose weight and improve health while reducing your time spent exercising?...
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Good news for food lovers: Eating a starchy snack may reduce your risk for diabetes. Researchers at...
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The link between binge drinking and diabetes hasn't always been clear. After all, a person who bing...
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A small pilot study in Italy suggests that myo-inositol supplements may help reduce a woman's risk f...
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Having type 1 diabetes means constant monitoring of glucose levels. Patients are required to frequen...
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Jacksonville Jaguar defensive end John Chick knows a thing or two about diabetes. And this year, he'...
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Living a long life despite diabetes might have to do with healthy kidneys, a new study reports. Rese...
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Eating your vegetables may not just help build strong bones and promote heart health--you may also b...

 
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