Diabetes News Page 7

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In the first large U.S. study of its kind, researchers from UC San Francisco found that immunotherap...
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The more fat you carry, the more the body produces a protein that inhibits your ability to burn fat,...
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A new study suggests that adding seaweed to processed foods can help reduce cardiovascular disease....
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People who are at risk for diabetes may benefit from the drug sildenafil, which is sold as Viagra, a...
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A new research laboratory at the University of California, San Francisco will be used to target cure...
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For diabetics who use sugar alternatives, there's good news on the horizon. Stevia, a popular plant-...
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A diet rich in potassium may help to prevent cardiovascular complications in patients with type 2 di...
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If you eat meals that are mostly prepared at home, you may have a lower risk of developing type 2 di...
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When it comes to insulin sensitivity, one night of poor sleep may affect blood sugar levels similarl...
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One high-calorie snack or meal could be enough to trigger metabolic disease - or make it worse in p...

 
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