Blood pressure 2016 update: Aggressive hypertension treatment saves lives, but has been shown to be harmful for diabetics. High blood pressure, hypertension, is commonly seen in diabetics, but treating hypertension in diabetes may be difficult, especially as more aggressive hypertension… Read More
Research published in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology has identified diabetes as a risk factor for surgical site infections. The researchers identified that diabetics have a higher risk of developing surgical site infections (SSIs) than non-diabetics. Lead author, Emily Toth… Read More
An essential part of efficiently managing type 2 diabetes involves exercise, but many diabetics report that exercise is far too difficult. The findings come from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Women, in particular, experience an exercise barrier, which… Read More
Close to four million years ago cavemen roamed the planet and, while every aspect of life has evolved since then, scientists say their Paleo diet could be of benefit to diabetics today.
The Paleo diet has many names – some… Read More