Category Archives: Diabetes

Meal Timing, Diabetes, and Heart Health

Sometimes when it comes to good health, it’s not about what you eat but when. Your body may have optimal times to absorb and utilize calories, and ignoring them may lead to potential health troubles in some people. At least that’s the takeaway from a new study published in the Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism. here to read more


There Is A Strong Link Between Diabetes And Heart Disease: Study

Studies show that people with diabetes are at a higher risk for developing secondary conditions, with the incidence of heart disease being among the highest. Many conditions are common in people with diabetes, but cardiovascular disease is prevalent, with most people with type 2 diabetes eventually developing it. Cardiovascular disease is a broad term to here to read more

Exercise May Treat Diabetes and Depression Caused Due to COVID

Research shows that exercise may effectively treat long-haul COVID symptoms such as diabetes and depression. Many people who have had COVID report long-term symptoms well after the virus first appeared. Studies show that COVID can cause depression and increase blood glucose levels to the point where people develop diabetic ketoacidosis, a potentially life-threatening condition common here to read more

Eating Disorders Are Associated With An Increased Risk Of People With Diabetic Eye Issues

New research published in the Journal of Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders suggests that eating disorders may be associated with diabetic eye issues. The most common eye disease in people with diabetes is retinopathy, where microvascular changes in the retina can result in vision impairment and even blindness. For the study, researchers from Anglia Ruskin University here to read more

Walk Away from Diabetes

The less you walk, the higher your risk for diabetes. Especially if you’re 65 or older. However, new research shows that it might be possible for people in this age bracket to walk away from diabetes. The study shows that by taking more steps and increasing walking intensity, it might be possible to reduce diabetes here to read more

Middle-Aged Men Who Worry More Are at Greater Risk of Developing Heart Disease and Diabetes

According to a new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, middle-aged men who are anxious and worried could be at greater biological risk for developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. This research shows that these associations may be present much earlier in life than is commonly expected, potentially during here to read more

People Suffering from Diabetes Should Check Their Blood Sugar Regularly While Exercising at High Altitude

People with diabetes should regularly check for low blood sugar levels when they exercise at a high altitude. According to a small study published in The Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, exercise could cause hypoglycemia (dangerously low blood sugar) in patients with diabetes during and after a workout. Researchers studied seven people with here to read more

Tips to Prevent Blood Sugar Spikes at Meals

Managing blood sugar around mealtimes can be very difficult for people with diabetes. Blood sugar can stay high following a meal or snack, sometimes for hours. It can lead to difficulty thinking or focusing, leave you feeling fatigued, or experiencing an unquenchable thirst. It could also cause a person to faint. Over time, extremely high here to read more