Diabetes News

Read the latest blogs by our professional diabetes educators and experts on the latest and most important healthcare topics.

BP Overtreatment for Diabetics May Be as Common as Undertreatment at VA

Tuesday,June 8, 2012

Getting more sleep may help curtail a genetic predisposition towards being overweight, according to a new University of Washington study. […]

Dark Chocolate Could Prevent Heart Problems in High-Risk People

Tuesday,June 8, 2012

The presence of the H. pylori bacteria may be associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, according to […]

Drinking Four or More Cups of Tea Can Lower the Risk of Middle-Aged Related T2 Diabetes

Tuesday,June 8, 2012

People who consume a small amount of chocolate each day have a lower body mass index than people who do […]

Ancient Berry Could Fight Diabetic Blindness

Tuesday,June 8, 2012

People eat more when presented with a variety of foods, according to Cornell University research. In the study, 20 college […]

UQ Scientists Target Mango Skin for Fat Reduction

Tuesday,June 8, 2012

It may be possible to re-engineer fat cells to burn calories, suggests new University of California, San Francisco research. A […]

Fighting Type 2 Diabetes, One Veggie at a Time

Tuesday,June 8, 2012

Food synergy refers to how different foods work together to keep bodies healthy. Foods contain vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, and […]