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Long Working Hours Increase Diabetes Risk, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT More than 55 hours of manual work or other low socioeconomic status jobs per week is associated with 30 percent greater risk of developing type-2 diabetes in employees, according to a University ...

Common Diabetes Drug Ups Risk of Low TSH Level

Sep 23, 2014 AM EDT Metformin, a commonly used drug for type-2 diabetes, has been found to increase the risk of low thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels in patients with underactive thyroids (Hypothyroidism), ...

Artificial Sweeteners Increase Obesity and Diabetes Risk, Study

Sep 18, 2014 AM EDT Artificial sweeteners may hasten the development of glucose intolerance and metabolic diseases including obesity and diabetes, according to a new study by Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel.

Milk and Cheese Lower Obesity and Diabetes Risk, Study

Sep 17, 2014 AM EDT Dairy consumption lowers risk of metabolic diseases like obesity and type-2 diabetes, according to a new study by CHU de Québec Research Center and Laval University.

Low Birth Weight Causes Diabetes among African-Americans, Study

Aug 22, 2014 AM EDT African-American women with low birth weights face heightened risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to a study by the Boston University Medical Center.

Researchers Develop New Online Tool to Effectively Diagnose Diabetes, Study

Aug 21, 2014 AM EDT A team led by the University of Edinburgh's Centre for Population Health Sciences, the University of Glasgow and members of the Scottish Diabetes Research Network have developed a new online tool to ...

Blood Glucose Levels During Acute Illness Can Help Predict Future Diabetes Risk, Study

Aug 20, 2014 AM EDT Blood glucose levels measured in hospitalized patients during acute illness can be used to predict the risk of developing type-2 diabetes in the following three years, according to a new study by the ...

Instant Noodles Linked to Higher Risk of Stroke and Diabetes, Study

Aug 13, 2014 AM EDT Increased consumption of convenient food products raises the risk of cardiometabolic syndrome, according to a new study by the Baylor University Medical Center.

Brown Fat Effective against Obesity and Diabetes, Study

Jul 28, 2014 AM EDT Higher levels of brown fat lead to better blood sugar control, enhanced insulin sensitivity and superior metabolic performance, according to a new study by the University of Texas Medical Branch at ...

Stanford Develops Inexpensive, Portable Test to Detect Type-1 Diabetes

Jul 14, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a chip-based test for diagnosing type-1 diabetes outside hospital settings.

Women with PCOS More Prone to Developing Type-2 Diabetes: Study

Jun 26, 2014 AM EDT Women diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), even if they are young and not obese, face a heightened risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to a Monash University study.

Calcium and Vitamin D Supplements Boost Metabolism in Pregnant Women with Gestational Diabetes, Study

Jun 25, 2014 AM EDT Women diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) can increase their metabolism through calcium and vitamin D supplements, according to a new study by Iran's Isfahan University.

High Dosage of Statins Increases Diabetes Risk in Patients with Heart Problems, Study

Jun 10, 2014 AM EDT A latest study, conducted by researchers at the University of British Columbia, has found that cholesterol-lowering statins prescribed to patients with heart problems increases diabetes risk. The ...

Just Two Minutes of Intense Exercise Twice a Week Prevents Diabetes, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT Engaging in two sessions of High-Intensity Training (HIT) every week helps prevent type 2 diabetes, according to an Abertay University study.

Chronic Stress in Combination with Junk Food Increases Risk of Stroke and Diabetes, Study

May 02, 2014 AM EDT People, who are extremely stressed and consume foods rich in fat and sugar, are at increased risk of developing health problems than low stressed people with similar diet chart, according to a ...

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