The diabetes self-test: up to 16% of pregnant women are positive.
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It affects nearly one in five women, and half go on to develop type 2 diabetes. It's one of the great intervention opportunities that public health overseers keep ignoring.
Don’t add sugar.
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Researchers have found that cutting sugar out of kids' diets can improve their blood pressure, cholesterol readings and other markers of metabolic health.
Do you still need to take that?
As people with chronic conditions age or as their health changes, they sometimes need less medication. So when, should a person's drugs be scaled down?
Sedentary lifestyle is a more important driver of obesity.
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Why the way we gather influential data on diet is inherently flawed.
Too much sitting may increase the risk of developing diseases including heart disease and type 2 diabetes, and it may even cause premature death.
More people are getting standing desks in response to our increasing knowledge about the harms of sedentary lifestyles. But can you transition to standing at work without causing yourself harm?
Studies based on Mediterranean diet, combined with exercise, have proved groundbreaking in managing type 2 diabetes.
For decades, a low fat and sugar free diet were key to controlling type 2 diabetes. Now, new data shows a diet high in protein and healthy fats has better outcomes for the disease.
To exercise or to avoid the risks?
Many diabetics avoid exercise because it upsets their insulin levels, and there is little medical advice on how to keep them safe. Here is an attempt to redress the balance.
Diabetic women are at greater risk of still births, miscarriages and delivery problems.
A British woman has become the first diabetic to give birth naturally using an artificial pancreas.
Diabetes education at the point for diagnosis is fundamental to people managing the illness well.
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Scottish diabetes rates have rocketed, but there are promising signs.
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Fondue but not bread.
A US heart researcher looks set to inflame an argument over saturated fats. It has long been a health mantra that too much…
Oriental therapy such as Tai Chi and Qigong can improve the physical and mental health of people with diabetes and obesity…
Spousal history may take a greater role in the detection of type 2 diabetes, as people partnered to those with the condition…
Obese type 2 diabetes patients have lost weight and improved their cardiovascular and renal health on a high-protein diet…
What happens if you get less than six hours sleep each night? Research from the University of Newcastle suggests that your…
Australian general practitioners are seeing more patients with chronic diseases than they were a decade ago. As Australia’s…
The hypothalamus has a powerful effect on maintaining blood glucose levels independent of insulin. Since its discovery in…
Cognitive decline associated with type 2 diabetes has been attributed to brain atrophy, or shrinkage, resembling patterns…