Among people who had prediabetes, those who ate more polyunsaturated fat and less saturated fat were found to have higher levels of insulin sensitivity--which is a lower risk of developing full-blown diabetes.
A study found that 12 of the 30 people given very low calorie diets had glucose levels below the usual cutoff for diabetes.
A new study shows gum disease can up the risk of mortality present due to Chronic Kidney Disease.
A diabetes drug has been linked to lowering risk of heart attack and recurring stroke in non-diabetic patients, a new study found.
Legendary author Pat Conroy, whose bestselling works include The Prince of Tides and The Great Santini, has been recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
A German-led study suggests that tall people are less likely to have cardiovascular diseases and diabetes but are exposed to greater risk of having cancer.
A Dutch study featured in the scientific journal Diabetologia suggests that long hours of sitting may increase the risks of developing Type 2 diabetes by 22%.
The new study by Johns Hopkins researchers shows that both pre-pregnancy and gestational can up the risk. It adds to mounting evidence that ASD begins in the womb.
People suffering from Type 1 diabetes have to inject insulin every day that is not only painful but can also result in swelling, redness, and itching where you inject. However, thanks to the recent development, the cure for type 1 diabetes may now be a step closer.
A meta-analysis of several studies showed that breastfeeding has benefits for mothers and their children.
Researchers at MIT and Harvard announced a novel way to shield bioengineered pancreatic Beta cells from the body's immune system.
People working for long hours during weekdays tend to spike their insulin levels, but sleeping for long during weekends could help them to get back to normalcy.
National Institutes of Health-led study warned women to cut back on spuds after research findings linked high level of potato consumption with heightened risks of developing gestational diabetes.
According to the new research published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says that many of us put off weight loss until the excess weight has already done the damage that wanted to evade in the first place. Many conditions linked to obesity such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer and other such diseases have already been set in motion.
One of the largest bariatric surgery investigation spread across four years in 8,000 patients reveal the health benefits of surgery, especially for people who are severely overweight, the authors of the study told PLoS Medicine.