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Moderate coffee drinking may be linked to reduced risk of death

Drinking coffee daily was associated with a lower risk of deaths from Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and neurological diseases in nonsmokers. Regular consumption of coffee can be included as part of a healthy, balanced di...

What is Pre-Diabetes?

According to the American Diabetes Association, an estimated 86 million Americans age 20 and older have pre-diabetes. "If you’ve been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, it means your blood sugar levels are not high enough to be classified as Type 2 diabetes but are high enough to indicate a need for change," says Anne Bauch, registered dietitian at […]

The FDA may soon change food labels to slash your added sugar intake

A high-sugar diet has been associated with all kinds of negative health impacts, from obesity to diabetes to high blood pressure. Now, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is nearing a decision on a new proposal that couldShow More Summary

Eating More Homemade Meals Could Lower Your Risk For Diabetes

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Start brown-bagging it more often and you'll be better serving your wallet and your health. New research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific 2015 revealed that people who ate about two homemade lunches or dinners...Show More Summary

Early probiotic use and islet autoimmunity in children at risk for type 1 diabetes

Probiotic exposure during the first 27 days of an infant's life may be associated with reduced risk of islet autoimmunity among children at increased genetic risk for type 1 diabetes, although further studies are needed before any recommendations...Show More Summary

Exploring the paradox of metabolically healthy obesity

Australian researchers have defined some key characteristics of the metabolically healthy obese -- those obese individuals who remain free from type 2 diabetes and other disorders that usually associate with obesity. Their findings have implications for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance and obesity. read more

Google, Heart Association team up on new research venture

For the Google group, its latest biomedical venture will join projects that include whiz-bang devices such as driverless cars, contact lenses that monitor blood-sugar for diabetics and health-tracking wristbands. Progress has been slow...Show More Summary

Eating more homemade meals may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes

People who mostly eat meals prepared at home may have a slightly lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Eating more homemade meals may be associated with less weight gain over time, which could contribute to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Taking public transportation instead of driving linked with better health

ORLANDO, Florida, Nov, 8, 2015 -- Riding the bus or train to work is associated with a lower risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, and being overweight, according to research presented at the American Heart Association's ScientificShow More Summary

Eating more homemade meals may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes

ORLANDO, Florida, Nov. 8, 2015 -- If you eat more meals prepared at home, you may reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, according to research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2015. People who...Show More Summary

Is Health IT Finally Ready to Tackle Last-Mile Analytics?

By DAN HOUSMAN I have spent several years working with specialty medical offices like oncology centers, diabetes clinics, IPAs (Independent Practice Associations), and disease advocacy groups seeking to build health care data warehouses and analytics solutions. During that time, I have seen the same concerns pop up over and over: “How can we understand the

D&R: A new adipogenic cocktail that produces functional adipocytes from MSCs

Adipocyte dysfunction is directly associated with pathologies characterized by metabolic disorders including obesity, diabetes mellitus type II and metabolic syndrome. Adipogenesis is a complex process that has been extensively studied in different cell models. Show More Summary

Is Alzheimer's Disease Effectively a Type 3 Diabetes?

2 months agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

For some years a faction of researchers have argued that Alzheimer's disease really should be considered a type 3 diabetes, based on the shared risk factors and what is known of the way that it ties into the mechanisms associated with insulin resistance. Show More Summary

Upcoming American Diabetes Association Diabetes Expo in Houston

If you live in the Houston area, you'll soon have the chance to attend the "American Diabetes Association Diabetes Expo," taking place on Saturday, October 17, at NRG Park... The post Upcoming American Diabetes Association Diabetes Expo in Houston appeared first on Diabetes Self-Management.

Six New Ways to Achieve Wellness This Fall [SLIDESHOW]

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

Originally published in the Fall 2015 issue of Robb Report Health & Wellness as “Health Portfolio Fall 2015” A Neat Feat Time spent sitting is associated with an increased risk of diabetes and shorter life span, regardless of physical activity levels. Show More Summary

Sugary Drinks: Find Alternatives for Better Health

Weight gain, diabetes, cardiovascular disease. These are some of the risks associated with consuming sugary drinks, according to a new report from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Researchers found the health effects of drinking one or two servings a day of sugar-sweetened beverages include a 35 percent greater risk of heart attack or fatal […]

Children with ADHD and their mothers may live less than average population

Brazilian scientists found that ADHD children and their mothers are more likely to have shorter telomeres, a hallmark of cellular aging, which is associated with increased risk for chronic diseases and conditions like diabetes, obesity and cancer.

New Imaging Technique Using Liquid Crystals Lets Scientists Study Amyloid Fibrils

2 months agoIndustries / Medical : medGadget

Amyloid fibrils play a role in a number of neuro-degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, as well as Type 2 diabetes. They are tiny and the ones that seem to be associated with disease are so small that an optical microscope can’t resolve them. Show More Summary

Toddler, Age 3, May be Youngest to Ever Receive Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis

Type 2 diabetes, formerly referred to as “adult-onset” diabetes, was once associated with the middle-aged and elderly population. But over the years, it has expanded its boundaries, reaching teens and even young children. Today, it is...Show More Summary

7 Steps to Reframe and Change Your Relationship With Stress

Stress is the modern-day plague. Anxious, overworked, and overwhelmed are the words describing many American's lives. Stress has been associated with high blood pressure, diabetes, and cancer. Stress can even shrink the brain according to new studies. Show More Summary

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