Child abuse does more than impair mental health. New research reveals that childhood abuse or neglect increases the risk of obesity, diabetes or other metabolic disorders in adulthood.
Children and adolescents older than age 8 at the onset of type 1 diabetes were found to have weaker brain connectivity according to a new research. The subjects were tested later in life relative to those who had earlier ages of diagnosis.
Patients admitted to a Long Island Hospital in New York might have been exposed to Hepatitis B and C, and HIV.
Sleep is especially important for obese adolescents, according to a new study.
WHO's latest recommendation states that people should limit their daily sugar intake to the target goal of five percent.
A rare mutations in a gene has been identified by researchers at the Broad Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital that can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The mutations are also effective for people who have risk factors like obesity and old age.
Physical illnesses like asthma, diabetes and epilepsy can increase the risk of self-harm and suicide, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that exercise was effective in preventing stroke, pre-diabetes and coronary heart disease.
Yogurt consumption has been shown to protect bones, reduce blood pressure, clear acne and quell gut conditions. However, a new study reveals that the tasty treat can also protect people from diabetes.
Genes that influence various diseases in humans at present are from interbreeding with Neanderthals, according to a new study.
The Israeli drug manufacturing company, Oramed reported that the phase 2a clinical trial for its oral diabetes drug was a success.
Eating lingonberries could prevent weight gain in junk-food lovers.
Chocolate, tea and berries could prevent type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Internet search giant Google has revealed a radical smart contact lens that will keep a check on glucose levels by analyzing tears of the person having diabetes.
Your father's diet may determine your risk of becoming obese, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.