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Gabourey Sidibe, who first starred in Lee Daniels' 'Precious' with Mariah Carey, has released a new memoir about an eating disorder and a mental health issue.
Legumes can help to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and also delay the possibility, says the latest group of a research team.
A study has linked intestinal bacteria to the prevention of diabetes.
Researchers from the University of California developed a drug that may do a reversal for Type 2 Diabetes. The diabetes treatment new developments make use of the inhibition of an enzyme LMPTP restore the insulin sensitivity of diabetics.
A study demonstrates the difficulty people with type 2 diabetes face when they work night shifts.
A recent study reveals that living under flight path roar causes diabetes due to rise of stress and sugar levels from noise pollution.
Researchers reveal that Type 2 Diabetes can be linked with Schizophrenia.
Improving insulin resistance can lower the risks of acquiring type 2 diabetes and dementia. Exercise and lifestyle choices can help improve and reduce insulin sensitivity.
Researchers reveal that lifestyle modifications and diet improvements can help in reversing type 2 diabetes.
Instead of the usual blood test required to be able to diagnose and monitor diabetes, a new sweat sensor is being developed to improve such process.
A diet higher in gluten content is found out to help in lowering the risks of developing type-2 diabetes.
According to latest studies, girls who had their first period before age 11 have higher risks in acquiring gestational diabetes compared to those who had their menstruation later.
A fasting-like diet may be one of the moves that help promote the growth of new insulin-producing pancreatic cells that can help reduce the symptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Continuous glucose monitors may help people with Type 1 diabetes in managing their blood sugar levels safely.
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.