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Diabetes

Addressing the growing diabetes epidemic, we delve into diverse topics such as the role of avocados in diabetes management, genetic insights into type 1 diabetes, and the link between obesity and mental disorders. It highlights innovative treatments, like those derived from frogs for type 2 diabetes, and explores the impact of conditions like arterial stiffness on metabolic syndrome in adolescents. The section also discusses ‘activity snacking’ for type 1 diabetes management and broader health policy issues, reflecting the complex nature of diabetes as a global health challenge.

PFAS may increase the risk of disease in unborn children

PFAS may increase the risk of disease in unborn children, new study suggests: PFAS are chemicals that may cause cancer,…

New insights into how organs communicate in pre-diabetes

New insights into how organs communicate to control blood glucose levels - which may open future possibilities for treating diabetes…

Teen Insulin Resistance: Linking Body Fat to Diabetes Risk

Increased body and abdominal fat caused insulin resistance already in teenagers, raising type 2 diabetes risk. High fat mass in…

Genetic Variation Influences Gene Regulatory Actions

Genetic variation determines the actions of gene regulatory factors: A recent study from the University of Eastern Finland shows that…

Plant-based diet significantly reduces the risk of developing type two diabetes

New research led by Queen's University Belfast has found that a substantial number of type two diabetes cases could be…

Diabetes & Metabolism: Plant-Based Diet Cuts Diabetes Risk by 24%

Diabetes & Metabolism: Plant-Based Diet Cuts Diabetes Risk by 24%: At least 75 per cent of type 2 diabetes cases…

How to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy When You Have Diabetes

How to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy When You Have Diabetes: Diabetes is a chronic disease that, when not properly managed,…

Building a global, multi-disciplinary platform to promote women’s health

The Global Centre for Asian Women’s Health at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, has…

Scarlet fever and streptococcal infections – What are they?

Scarlet fever and streptococcal infections – What are they? What is a Streptococcal infection? These infections are caused by several…

How does men’s health differ from women’s?

Currently, a shocking 1 in 5 men will die before their 65th birthday. On average, women live five years longer…

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