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Nutrition & diabetes articles from the top news sources, pulled on a weekly basis.

Today, there are more than 65 million people affected by diabetes in India, and that number only seems to be rising, in rural and urban areas alike. “Diabetes is such a big problem in India and other parts of the world, as people are changing the way ...

Published: 1/29/2017 5:34:17 AM

Kids are growing up fast these days. They're getting adult-type diseases faster, too, according to a study that highlights anew the need for healthy, active lifestyles. Between 2011 and 2015, the number of claims for Type 2 diabetes more than doubled ...

Published: 1/27/2017 11:04:15 PM

Type 1 Diabetes Pipeline Highlights - 2017, provides most up-to-date information on key pipeline products in the global Type 1 Diabetes market. It covers emerging therapies for Type 1 Diabetes in active clinical development stages including early and ...

Published: 1/27/2017 11:34:37 AM

New research finds that HIV-positive people, as well as people with type II diabetes, were less depressed and more likely to adhere to their medication regimens when they received healthy food and snacks for six months. The study was done jointly by ...

Published: 1/27/2017 6:16:34 AM

TV icon Mary Tyler Moore was famous for her groundbreaking role in the 1970s sitcom that bore her name, but one of her more important roles was off-screen, as a staunch advocate for people with type 1 diabetes. The actress, who died on Wednesday at age ...

Published: 1/26/2017 12:10:20 PM

Due To Carbonated Drinks Tendency On Pre-Diabetes Is At High Risk. The effect that pop has on your body!
(Photo : AsapSCIENCE / Youtube). Gulping too much soda won't just give you a bad gut: Soda might also increase your risk of developing ...

Published: 1/25/2017 7:18:06 PM

25 (UPI) -- A new study from the University of California at San Francisco shows a healthy diet can benefit people with HIV and type 2 diabetes. UCSF in collaboration with Project Open Hand, a non-profit that provides nutritious meals to low-income ...

Published: 1/25/2017 6:03:40 PM

From this, the researchers found that Americans with diabetes have about a 90 percent higher death rate than those without diabetes. They noted that diabetes as the "underlying cause of death" had been significantly underreported in the United States.

Published: 1/25/2017 2:15:12 PM

In the last three years, researchers have shown that diabetic patients with head and neck cancer, may have better outcomes than non-diabetic patients when they are taking the drug metformin for their diabetes. In order to examine this relationship ...

Published: 1/25/2017 10:10:34 AM

Paul Rooks, left, 49, his wife Ester, center, and son Damon chat in their home while waiting to depart for the clinic on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South ...

Published: 1/22/2017 10:41:13 AM

Nearly 30 million people in the U.S. -- or 1 in 11 -- have diabetes. Diet is a crucial tool for managing the disease, and weight loss can help people who are overweight prevent Type 2 diabetes. Prevention is particularly important when you consider ...

Published: 1/4/2017 7:18:41 AM

A second randomized clinical trial suggests that the novel investigational agent sotagliflozin could be an effective adjunct to insulin therapy in patients with type 1 diabetes. Sotagliflozin is a first-in-class oral dual inhibitor of sodium-glucose ...

Published: 12/23/2016 1:35:21 PM

Hello. I'm Dr Anne Peters. Approximately 1 year ago I brought you news of the EMPA-REG trial. I was quite excited about the value of empagliflozin for reducing cardiovascular risk in patients with type 2 diabetes. Now, the US Food and Drug ...

Published: 12/21/2016 9:29:34 AM