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12/10/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Manufacturers of diabetes drugs could not prove any real additional benefit of sitagliptin to individuals with diabetes, according to a

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-10-diabetes-drug-manufacturers-unable-to-prove-any-real-benefit-to-patients.html

12/08/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Women who were born via caesarean section are more likely to also give birth via caesarean section, concluded an international

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-08-likelihood-of-caesarean-birth-found-to-be-inherited-causes-of-obstructed-labor-often-get-passed-on-circumventing-natural-selection.html

12/07/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A study revealed that a diet high in antioxidants lessens the risk of type 2 diabetes. A team of researchers

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-07-fruit-vegetables-tea-dark-chocolate-a-diet-high-in-antioxidants-reduces-risk-of-type-2-diabetes.html

12/07/2017 / By Russel Davis

Following an online nutritional coaching intervention may help improve dietary habits and blood glucose control in patients with type-2 diabetes and

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-07-nutritional-coaching-found-to-be-effective-at-helping-type-2-diabetes.html

12/07/2017 / By Zoey Sky

According to research published in the online journal BMJ Open, the sugar content of fruit drinks is “unacceptably high.” These refreshments include

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-07-drink-water-eat-fruit-fruit-drinks-marketed-to-children-found-to-have-shockingly-high-amounts-of-sugar.html

12/04/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

If you know someone who eats whatever they want and never seems to gain any weight, it’s normal to feel

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-04-food-quality-found-to-impact-risk-of-cancer-regardless-of-weight-choosing-natural-foods-over-processed-foods.html

12/04/2017 / By Rita Winters

Mornings are not only great, but healthy too. Recent studies show that exposure to high levels of vitamin D, especially

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-04-get-that-baby-outside-new-study-finds-exposure-to-high-levels-of-vitamin-d-in-early-childhood-reduces-risk-of-diabetes.html

12/03/2017 / By Ralph Flores

People suffering from type-2 diabetes may have themselves a good reason to eat protein, based on research. The diet, according

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-03-research-shows-a-diet-high-in-protein-and-good-fats-but-low-in-carbs-helps-manage-the-disease.html

12/01/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Children who are extremely obese have only a one in five chance of being of normal weight as adults. Unfortunately, current

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-01-more-than-half-of-u-s-youth-are-obese-by-age-35.html

12/01/2017 / By Rita Winters

Does your family have a history of diabetes? Don’t worry: Your favorite red wine and dark chocolate just might save

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-12-01-indulge-in-antioxidants-research-shows-moderate-amounts-of-red-wine-and-dark-chocolate-protect-against-diabetes.html

11/30/2017 / By Janine Acero

Children whose attention are always focused on television are more likely to avoid fruits and vegetables, according to scientists. Researchers

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-11-30-snack-food-vs-fruit-and-veggies-poor-diet-is-one-more-reason-to-limit-kids-screen-time.html

11/29/2017 / By Rita Winters

Contrary to popular belief, the responsibilities of motherhood begin before, not after, conception. A woman must be in good health

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-11-29-lifestyle-disease-are-now-complicating-pregnancies-putting-mothers-and-newborns-at-higher-risk-of-complications.html

11/28/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Excess weight can result in an increased risk of knee dislocations, according to a study. This puts an excruciating focus

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-11-28-being-overweight-is-hard-on-the-knees-and-the-wallet-new-study-tracks-how-obesity-epidemic-has-made-knee-dislocations-more-frequent-severe-expensive.html

11/28/2017 / By Janine Acero

Food scientists have found evidence that our tongues have a certain sensitivity to the taste of carbohydrates, making it the sixth official

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-11-28-food-scientists-blame-newly-discovered-taste-for-carbohydrate-cravings-on-taste-buds-without-even-considering-the-health-and-balance-of-the-digestive-tract.html

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