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How to Cope with Diabetes

Having diabetes means serious lifestyle changes. It entails saying goodbye to eating too much sweets and drinking with the gang every weekend, and saying hello to meeting your doctor regularly, checking your blood sugar level, and perhaps, regular insulin injections. For some, these changes and adjustments may come easy, but it may be grueling and […]

Anxiety and Diabetes

Anxiety disorders make up one of the most common groups of psychiatric conditions in the world. It has been reported in the National Comorbidity Study that one out of four persons will meet the diagnostic criteria for at least one anxiety disorder. Women have a 30.5 percent lifetime prevalence as compared to men who have […]

Sleep Apnea and Diabetes

The snore is often associated with good sleep after a hard day’s work. However, it may actually indicate partial obstruction of the upper airway. Related terms:algo-twcrecommends_if2osa cortisol insulinosa diabetes risk factorssleep disturbance FROM philippinesUS veterans sleep apnea philippines follow up

Lack of Sleep Worsen Diabetes?

Many research studies have demonstrated that not getting enough sleep affects the body’s ability to manage blood sugar levels and appetite, increasing the risk of obesity and diabetes. Related terms:gestational diabetes and lack of sleeplack of sleepgestational diabetes lack of sleepelevated glucose levels morning lack of sleeplack of sleep high glucoseblood sugar and lack of […]

Alcohol Induces Hypoglycemia Study

It is a known fact that alcohol ingestion may cause hypoglycemia among diabetic patients, but as to how alcohol causes severe low blood sugar levels remain elusive. Related terms:alcohol and hypoglyceamia studalcohol and hypoglycemiaalcohol hypoglycemia studyalcohol in diabetesalcohol induces hypoglycemiacalamansi hypoglycemic propertydiabetes net alcoholHOW ALCOHOL BRINGS HYPOGLYCEMIAHow alcohol brings hypoglycemia?hypoglycemia studyhypoglycemic studyphilippine alcohol for diabeticsrole […]

Diabetes and Pancreatic Cancer Study

According to a Mayo Clinic study, 40 percent of patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer are diagnosed with diabetes, many months or even up to two years in some cases, prior to the diagnosis of cancer. The study was published in the journal Gastroenterology. Related terms:cancer induced diabetespancreas tumor induced diabetesusing glucose level to screen for […]

Joslin Study on Metabolic Syndrome

Researchers from the Joslin Diabetes Center have identified insulin resistance in the liver as a key factor that causes metabolic syndrome and one of its associated conditions, atherosclerosis. Not only do the findings provide an understanding of how metabolic syndrome occurs, but it also pinpoint a target for treatment of the condition. “This is one […]

Study Warns Caffeine Raises Blood Sugar

Limiting coffee intake could help people with type 2 diabetes better control their blood sugar levels, researchers report in the journal Diabetes Care. Researchers from the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, examined how caffeine affects blood sugar levels in a small group of patients with diabetes. Using a tiny glucose monitor embedded […]

Vitamin D and Diabetes

Question: What are the benefits of taking Vitamin D? Is it true that it can prevent diabetes? Adequate and sensible exposure to natural sunlight is the simplest best way of getting Vitamin D. Other sources would be cod liver oil, fortified milk and egg yolks. Contrary to common belief, Vitamin D is NOT actually a […]

Diabetes Leading Cause of Weak Legs

Degeneration in skeletal muscle strength in elderly diabetics is a cause of concern for Korean and US doctors today, according to Diabetes Care. Dr. Seok Won Park, lead study investigator, says that elderly diabetics lose leg muscle strength 50 percent faster as compared to those who are healthy.This may explain the higher risk in physical […]