This category contains articles related to Diabetes.
Heart disease and diabetes risk may be reduced by eating chocolate every day. The key here is to consume a small piece of dark chocolate, of course. Based on the analysis of data from 1,153 people, the researchers found that… Read More
Diabetes and high blood pressure risk can be lowered by walking or cycling to work. The study included data from 20,000 people across the U.K. who completed the survey. The researchers found that walking, cycling, and using public transit were… Read More
Higher dementia risk is linked to higher blood sugar levels, even among people with no diabetes. In the study, blood sugar levels averaged over a five-year period were associated with greater risks of developing dementia in over 2,000 older adults… Read More
Recommended blood pressure targets for diabetics may raise stroke and heart attack complications. The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare recently raised the recommended blood pressure readings for patients with diabetics from 130 mm Hg to 140 mm Hg.… Read More
Exercise can help manage type 1 diabetes, according to research findings. The three-month study looked at six type 1 diabetics who completed aerobic exercise. The researchers found these patients had better blood sugar control, used less insulin, and had fewer… Read More
Midlife diabetes diagnosis is linked to faster memory and cognitive decline and dementia progression during the next 20 years, according to research findings. The researchers found that diabetes ages the mind up to five years faster, compared to normal effects … Read More
Diabetic nephropathy (diabetic kidney disease) is a type of kidney disease which is common among diabetics, especially those who do not have their diabetes under control. In diabetic neuropathy, the kidneys are unable to filter waste from the blood. Over… Read More
One of the complications associated with diabetes is eye disease. Diabetes can wreak havoc on your vision and eye health, in some cases leading to vision loss. If you have diabetes, it’s important that you keep your condition well managed.… Read More
You may think forgetting a name or a birthday is just a normal part of aging, but new findings suggest that a very common condition that affects millions worldwide could actually be the culprit behind your forgetfulness.
In diabetes patients, gastroparesis and stomach problems may be reduced with dietary changes. Gastroparesis is a progressive disorder causing food to remain in the stomach for prolonged periods of time. The condition is also known as delayed gastric emptying. Gastroparesis… Read More
New guidelines have been laid out to treat diabetic retinal degeneration, along with age-related macular degeneration. The study compared the efficiency of various drugs in treating diabetic macular degeneration. Ursula Schmidt-Erfurth, director of the University Hospital of Ophthalmology and … Read More
Blood sugar control in patients with type 2 diabetes has a limited effect on their risk of heart disease and stroke. It has long been believed that diabetes is a risk factor for heart disease. But the research has shown… Read More