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University Of Arizona Receives $1.1 Million To Study Connection Between Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease BY ADIN TARR: The University of Arizona received a $1.1...
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Honey and Diabetes: Yes or No?

Is honey bad for diabetics? Diabetics are advised a low-sugar diet. It’s simple science, the less sugar you put in your body, the more...
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Diabetes and Chocolate: Do They Mix?

Having diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t eat what you want, it just means you can’t eat those things in the quantity that you probably...
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Diabetes Study: Spice More Effective Treatment Than Drug BY ED SILVERMAN: A recent study published by Biochemistry and Biophysical Research Communications found that curcumin, a component of...
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The Gestational Diabetes Diet

Following a healthy gestational diabetes diet is a crucial part in managing the disease. Gestational diabetes occurs in 6-8 percent of pregnancies, a sharp...
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The Effect of a Very Low-Carb Diet on Type 1 Diabetes

Are you curious of the effect of a very low-carb diet on type 1 diabetes? Members of the Facebook group TypeOneGrit recently experimented with...
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The 10 Best Superfoods for Diabetes

When you have diabetes, it’s important to watch what you eat. There are several diabetes superfoods that will make you feel better and help...
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Understanding the Connection Between Food Insecurity and Type 2 Diabetes BY MATT CAFFREY: Eating what is available—whether it’s healthy or not—is more common among those living...
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New Medicare Venture Faces Challenges at the Start

On April 1, the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program officially rolled out. While the program is promising, it encountered a few problems at the start,...
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The Prediabetes Diet

Formulating a prediabetes diet is a crucial step in reversing the diagnosis and staving off type 2 diabetes. There are about 86 million Americans...

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