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Kidney failure cases probed in Jalisco

Chronic kidney failure continues to be diagnosed among residents of a municipality in Jalisco, and the cause continues to elude researchers. More commonly associated with advanced age, diabetes and hypertension, FULL STORY The post Kidney failure cases probed in Jalisco appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Our 5 Favorite Diabetes Medical Alert Jewelry

Today is the American Association’s Diabetes Alert Day and we thought we’d bring up one safety aspect related to life with diabetes. Do you wear a medical alert ID? If not, you’re certainly not alone but, you may want to take the time to consider picking one out today. First responders are trained to search your whole body […]

Calendar: Week of March 27

From the American Diabetes Association's Alert Day to a new album by Bob Dylan, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

Diabetes damages small coronary blood vessels and thus increases the risk of heart attacks

Diabetics have a significantly higher risk of suffering a heart attack. A research team has now identified one of the causes: Diabetes is associated with the loss of small blood vessels around the heart. This in turn affects the entire cardiac muscle. A genetic therapy that promotes the growth of blood vessels may offer a remedy.

Diabetes damages small coronary blood vessels and thus increases the risk of heart attacks

(Technical University of Munich (TUM)) Diabetics have a significantly higher risk of suffering a heart attack. A research team at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has now identified one of the causes: Diabetes is associated with the loss of small blood vessels around the heart. Show More Summary

Medicare Continues to Put People with Diabetes at Risk

A new survey from the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) found that Medicare's Competitive Bidding Program (CBP) significantly reduced beneficiary choice and access to commonly used diabetes testing supplies, adding to previous studies showing the unnecessary risk competitive bidding puts on people with diabetes. Show More Summary

The real truth about sugary drinks: How much is OK for kids to consume?

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Too much sugar is associated with Type 2 Diabetes, heart disease and tooth decay.        

Pre-Diabetes: Can You Prevent It From Becoming Type 2 Diabetes?

The line between “pre-diabetes” and “type 2 diabetes” is a very thin line. According to the American Diabetes Association, an A1C between 5.7 to 6.4 percent will earn you a diagnosis of “pre-diabetes.” Anything above 6.5 percent will be diagnosed as type 2 diabetes. In terms of blood sugar readings, a fasting blood sugar between 100 to 125 […]

Leaving my CGM at Home: It’s Not the End of the World

Sleep has become even more precious to me over the past several months, and guess what? It’s not just diabetes. It’s not just the anxiety. Actually, it’s mostly insomnia associated with my uncontrollable period – the PCOS and endometriosis. And you know what happened last night? For the most part, all of the fun things […]

Heart-Related Complication Risks: Turning Fear into Action

Last week, our local type 1 diabetes support group organised a talk on heart disease and its association with type 1 diabetes (with a great speaker and a good crowd – thanks to all who attended). I feel that out of all the complications of diabetes, it’s not talked about as much as the diabetic […]

Type 2 diabetes linked to low gluten diets

The American Heart Association has found that diets with high gluten content are associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. This lowered risk has been attributed to the consumption of cereal fiber, which protects against...Show More Summary

Severe hypoglycemia linked to increased risk of death in people with diabetes

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) A single instance of blood sugar falling so low as to require an emergency department visit was associated with nearly double the risk of cardiovascular disease or death, finds a new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health study of older adults with type 2 diabetes.

Study reports that gluten-free diet increases risk of type 2 diabetes

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In response to the trend for gluten-free products, on Thursday the American Heart Association (AHA) announced research, based on 30 years of surveys, that establishes a link between gluten-free diets and a higher risk of type 2 diabetes. Show More Summary

How healthy are low-gluten diets anyway?

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Eating less gluten is associated with a higher risk of diabetes, but it’s more complicated than that Pexels user Unsplash A lovely bread bowl that would be off limits to you if you didn’t eat gluten. In the pantheon of fad diets, there is perhaps none more hated on than gluten-free. And...

Therapeutic target for diabetes-related blindness

Specific cells in the retina trigger inflammation and vision impairment associated with diabetes, according to new research.

Low gluten diets linked to higher risk of type 2 diabetes

Diets higher in gluten were associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Study participants who ate less gluten tended to eat less cereal fiber, a known protective factor for developing type 2 diabetes.

Scientists Find Therapeutic Target for Diabetes-Related Blindness

Specific cells in the retina trigger inflammation and vision impairment associated with diabetes, according to new research out of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

Dietary factors associated with substantial proportion of deaths from heart disease, stroke, and disease

(The JAMA Network Journals) Nearly half of all deaths due to heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes in the US in 2012 were associated with suboptimal consumption of certain dietary factors, according to a study appearing in the March 7 issue of JAMA.

Early periods associated with risk of gestational diabetes

Girls who have their first period before age 11 are 50 percent more likely to develop gestational diabetes according to research. It is an increasingly common pregnancy complication with long-lasting health consequences for mothers and their children. Show More Summary

Early periods associated with risk of gestational diabetes

(University of Queensland) Girls who have their first period before age 11 are 50 percent more likely to develop gestational diabetes according to research from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. It is an increasingly common pregnancy complication with long-lasting health consequences for mothers and their children. Show More Summary

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