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According to new research published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, women with type 1 di...
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The fast-food industry is often blamed for ballooning public health problems like obesity, diabetes...
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Diabetics who are tired of daily insulin shots potentially have reason to celebrate. Sanofi and Mann...
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Protein consumption allows the body to build and maintain muscle mass, which can lead to better over...
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Carbohydrates are deemed by some "the main enemy" when it comes to diabetes. A new study suggests th...
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Treating diabetes may be possible with a scientifically engineered strain of probiotic – the type of...
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Exercising solo can be difficult for many people, leading individuals to give up on a fitness routin...
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Postmenopausal women who have high insulin levels may have a greater risk for breast cancer, accordi...
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A lack of Vitamin A, which plays a significant role in immunity, may be linked to the development of...
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Drinks marketed as vitamin water or energy enhancers provide little to no nutrient value, according...

 
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