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Mind your Carpal Tunnel

December 14, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

If your hands, fingers and forearm feel numb and hurt, you may be experiencing carpal tunnel syndrome. Furthermore, researchers at King’s College, London think you may have diabetes.

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Losing Weight Prevents Diabetes

December 12, 2019 Category :Diabetes Facts| Diabetes Research 0

Would-be diabetics need not look further. Researchers at George Washington University in Rockville, Maryland proved weight loss, above exercise and dietary fat reduction is still the surest way to keep type 2 diabetes and its chain of complications at bay.

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Pre-pregnancy Care for Diabetic Moms

December 11, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Pregnant diabetics can conceive healthy babies free from complications if they learn how to closely monitor and control blood sugar levels before and during the crucial first few months of pregnancy.

Blood sugar control is significant for all diabetics, especially during pregnancy as it can largely affect the condition of the newborn, according to medical experts.

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Diabetes May Cause Cognitive Dysfunction

December 10, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Apart from obesity, heart attack and other complications, a group of Boston-based researchers warned elderly diabetics of possible development of cognitive dysfunction. They advised diabetics in older age brackets to undergo screenings to test early stages of intellectual impairment which is detrimental to “one’s ability to self-manage”.

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Diabetes to Develop Parkinson’s

November 20, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

A new study has put forward new evidence that persons with diabetes are more likely to have Parkinson’s disease, especially for younger patients. Another report has documented that U.S. adults are more likely to develop Parkinson’s over a 15-year period. These results, however, do not actually prove the diabetes is a direct cause of Parkinson’s.

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Diabetes in Pregnancy may Increase Risk of Autism

November 19, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

A recent study, aimed at knowing what factors during pregnancy could affect the risk of autism in children, has shown that diabetes, obesity, and fever could play a crucial and influential role in such occurrence.

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Gluten-free Diet doesn’t reduce Babies’ risk of Diabetes

November 18, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

For the first year of babies with diabetes history in their families, a gluten-free diet does not lower the risk of developing diabetes, German researchers said recently.

The study suggested that babies exposed to gluten as part of their early diet may be more likely to develop type 1 diabetes later in childhood.

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Weight Gain from Pregnancy increases risk of DM

November 17, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

New studies reveal that women who have more than one child who also gain weight in between pregnancies increase their risk of developing diabetes. Diabetes is typically associated with obesity and weight gain, and since women are prone to gaining weight during and after pregnancy, it gives them more reason to be mindful of their lifestyle and diet.

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Mobile Phones can help Underdeveloped Nations with Diabetes

November 16, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Worried about your diabetes? Then make a call.

A new study from the Veterans Affairs Ann Harbor Healthcare System and the University of Michigan showed that “Telehealth“—the practice of using telecommunications to deliver health services—proved to be effective in helping impoverished patients manage their diabetes.

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Lowering fat intake may reduce Diabetes

November 15, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Little adjustments in diet even without weight loss can notably affect risk for diabetes, according to a research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

The study included 69 healthy, overweight people who did not have diabetes but were at risk for it, and placed them for diets with modest reductions in either fat or carbohydrate for eight weeks.

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