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Glucose Intolerance and Insulin Resistance Linked to Unfavorable Cardiac Function and Structure Even in the Absence of Diabetes Mellit

A study of U.S. Hispanics with diabetes mellitus showed a link between impaired glucose regulation and adverse measures of cardiac function and ...

New research paves the way for future pharmaceuticals

If you suffer from type 2 diabetes, you run a higher risk of being affected by Parkinson’s disease. Chalmers researchers have now ...

How Does Friendly Fire Happen in the Pancreas?

In type 1 diabetes, the body attacks its own insulin-producing cells. Scientists at Helmholtz Zentrum München, partner in the German Center for Diabetes Research, and their colleagues at Technical University of Munich have now reported in the journal ‘PNAS’ about a mechanism used by the immune system to prepare for this attack. They were able to inhibit this process through targeted intervention and are now hoping this will lead to new possibilities for treatment. ... Full story

Short walks after meals may prove important tool in managing diabetes

New University of Otago research suggests that people managing type 2 diabetes should walk after meals to gain the greatest blood sugar-lowering benefits. ... Full story

Research links fatty liver disease to type 2 diabetes

By Ziba Kashef   (© Insulin resistance in the liver is a major factor in the development of type 2 diabetes, and it is almost always associated ... Full story

Replacing diet drinks with water can speed weight loss in obese women with type 2 diabetes, study finds

Experts in diet and metabolism have found that replacing low calorie ‘diet’ drinks with water can help increase the rate of weight loss in obese women with type 2 diabetes and improve insulin sensitivity. ... Full story

New immune cell subset associated with progression to type 1 diabetes

A study conducted at the University of Eastern Finland revealed that a recently described T cell subset may have a central role in the development of type 1 diabetes. These so called follicular T helper cells were found to be increased at the onset of type 1 diabetes, and the phenomenon was linked with the presence of autoantibodies commonly associated with the disease. ... Full story

Diabetes: new hope for better wound healing

Sluggish insulin metabolism results in slow and incomplete healing of injuries ... Full story

Does Patient-Centered Care in Diabetes Improve Glycemic Control and Quality of Life?

New Rochelle, NY, October 4, 2016—A new study has found that while patient-centered care (PCC) was associated with significant improvements in both physical and mental ... Full story

Psychology Plays Vital Role in Tackling Diabetes

Special issue of APA journal reviews how psychology helps battle disease ... Full story

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