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Increased Coffee Consumption Lowers Type 2 Diabetes Risk by 11 Percent, Study

Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT Increasing coffee consumption by one and a half cups daily reduces the occurrence of type 2 diabetes by 11 percent, according to a Harvard University study.

Fruit Juices is As Bad as Fizzy Drinks, Study

Feb 12, 2014 AM EST Glassgow University researchers found fruit juices to contain similar amounts of sugar as fizzy drinks. The researchers said that drinking fruit juice poses the same amount of heath risk as sugary, ...

Low-Fat Yogurt Lowers Type-2 Diabetes Risk By 28 percent, Study

Feb 06, 2014 AM EST Eating low-fat yogurt in higher quantities can help reduce the risk of type-2 diabetes by 28 percent.

Chinese Herbal Medicines Help Control Diabetes, Study

Jan 18, 2014 AM EST Traditional Chinese herbal medicines have been found to effectively slow the progression from prediabetes to diabetes diagnosis in a clinical trial.

Heart Disease Quadruples in Women under 60 with Diabetes, Study

Nov 02, 2013 AM EDT Women, who are younger than 60 years old and suffering from type 2 diabetes, face greater risk of coronary artery disease than previously believed, according to a John Hopkins study.

California Researchers Develop Portable Smartphone Device for Kidney Tests

Aug 31, 2013 AM EDT University of California researchers have developed a smartphone peripheral that helps people suffering from diabetes and chronic kidney problems, to self-monitor their health saving them frequent ...

Regular Consumption of Diet Soda Leads to Serious Long-Term Health Consequences, Study

Jul 12, 2013 AM EDT According to a study conducted by the Purdue University, drinking Diet soda does not lead to weight loss, in fact, the beverage is claimed to cause numerous health problems ranging from obesity, ...

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