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Urban neighborhoods featuring a more walkable design showed decreased incidences of diabetes and obe...
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Metabolism undergoes a transformation when exposed to bright light, according to a new study conduct...
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Certain foods have been discovered to fight inflammation, according to a new study conducted by Univ...
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Consuming junk food can cause high blood sugar levels and the same amount of harm to the kidneys as...
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Chronic alcohol abuse can interrupt the pancreas’ ability to absorb vitamin C, which could result in...
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For diabetic patients who tend to sit throughout the day, just three minutes of light exercise can p...
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Diabetics who must use finger pricking to self-test blood glucose levels may soon be able to monitor...
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Type 2 diabetic patients who took both insulin and metformin showed a reduced risk of death and card...
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The neighborhood you live in could increase your risk of type 2 diabetes - especially if you live in...
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Scientists have long been aware that males with low levels of testosterone are more susceptible to d...

 
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