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Individuals who experience high levels of workplace stress are about 45 percent more likely to devel...
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For people with type 2 diabetes, eating pistachios could help reduce the body's stress response - wh...
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Eating whey protein before breakfast could help prevent post-meal blood sugar spikes, a new study su...
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The combined effects of metformin and SGLT2 inhibitors work better than one drug alone to help reduc...
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Eating tree nuts could help minimize your risk of developing metabolic syndrome, according to resear...
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A mouse study from the University of California, Davis found that pregnant mice exposed to DDT, a pe...
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A Yale study has identified a brain mechanism that's key to detecting glucose in the blood, which ma...
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If your job consists of shift work, especially rotating shifts, you may have a much higher risk of d...
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The buildup of a specific protein – and the body's inability to eliminate that protein –...
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Individuals with type 2 diabetes may need to be more viligant about salt intake, according to a rece...

 
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