Type 2 diabetes
Health Alert: Belly Fat May Lead To Heart Disease And More, Study Finds
Belly fat is probably one of the most common types of belly that everybody has seen before. More than just being fat tummy, what’s the truth behind these new claims that a belly fat may trigger heart disease and even diabetes? How is that even possible to happen? Here’s what health professionals have to say
Air Pollution Has Links To Diabetes On Kids
Air pollution has been known to cause many diseases.Now a study shows air pollution has links to diabetes on kids.
Top 5 Foods That Can Fight Diabetes Type 2 For Good
Fighting Diabetes by having healthy vegan, well-balanced, and carbohydrate-regulated diet is crucial to controlling your weight and blood sugar levels.
Mary Tyler Moore Dead: Actress Inspires Individuals On Her Battle With Diabetes
Mary Tyler Moore, the actress best known for her pioneering 1970s sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show. A ground-breaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Life Hacks For HIV: This Mediterranean Diet May Help You Treat The Disease, Here's How
Considering that there's still no known cure for HIV, everything is possible. But, how can this mediterranean diet change the over-all status quo? Is this the very simple yet the most effective life hack against the disease that we haven't noticed all along? Here's what experts have to say.
What Type Of Sugar You Take Is More Important, Not How Much
Sugar has been seen as the possible culprit for many health issues. What type of sugar you take is more important, not how much.
Sugar-Free Soft Drinks Hoax: Diet Soft drinks Found Unhealthy
A sugar-free soft drinks hoax claims weight loss reportedly is not true. Researchers say there are no strong evidences to prove that diet sodas can trim down weight and might still cause obesity among consumers.
Study Shows: Using Diabetes And Hypertension Drugs Can Treat Cancer
A combination of diabetes and an antihypertensive drug can effectively fight cancer cells. The team of scientists has also reported that specific cancer cells respond to this mixture of drugs.
New Heels Caused Blisters Which Led To Leg Amputation
The woman wore her new high heels all night, even if they were pinching. She noticed a blister on her left leg which she thought was normal, but that blister caused infections which led to her leg amputation.
Platypus Venom Could Be Used For Diabetes Treatment, Study Suggests
Platypus and echidna venoms have GLP-1 hormone, which releases insulin. Humans have the same hormone, but is not as stable and degrades within minutes.
Type 2 Diabetes: How To Manage It?
More than 29 million people in the United States have diabetes, up from the previous estimate of 26 million in 2010. If you have type 2 diabetes your body does not use insulin properly, this is called insulin resistance.
The Other Wonders Of Viagra: Found To Reduce A Man's Risk Of Developing Heart Problems, Experts Say
More Than Just Being Used To Enhance Sex Drive And Performance, Can Viagras Be Considered To Benefit Heart Health For Men With Type 2 Diabetes?
World Diabetes Day 2016: Focus On Diabetic Retinopathy And Other Visual Complications
Diabetes is fast becoming one of the very challenging and major public health problems around the world. As World Diabetes Day 2016 draws near, international medical organizations are discussing eye complications with regards to Diabetes Mellitus.
Diabetes Risks Doubled With Diet Drinks?
A study in the European Journal of Endocrinology has found that drinking more than 2 soft drinks per day doubles the risk of developing type 2 of diabetes.