Diabetes

Strict Low-carb Diets Could Push Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission, But Effect Fades

TUESDAY, Jan. 19, 2021 -- Tough limits on carbohydrates in your meals can help get type 2 diabetes under control -- but the benefits typically wane over time, a new research review shows. The analysis of 23 small trials found that low-carb diets...
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Low Carb Diets Boost Diabetes Remission Rates, At Least Short Term

Following a low-carbohydrate diet for 6 months increases type 2 diabetes remission rates by a third, but ongoing support and 'convenient solutions' are needed for long-term adherence, says expert. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Type 2 Diabetes, Diet

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Can 'big' Be Healthy? Yes -- And No

We can't tell very much about a person's health from their outward appearance, and we should probably stop trying to make such inferences, says one bariatric surgeon. Medscape Diabetes & Endocrinology
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New Research Could Lead To More Treatment Options For Diabetes Patients

For the first time, scientists have come up with a precise atomic level explanation for why glulisine- a commonly used medication to treat diabetes- is faster acting than insulin.
Related topics: Medical Research, Insulin

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Further Warning On Sglt2 Inhibitor Use And Dka Risk In Covid-19

A cluster of cases of diabetic ketoacidosis in which there was no hyperglycemia supports recommendations that SGLT2 inhibitors be discontinued in patients with type 2 diabetes who become ill with COVID-19. Medscape Medical News
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Pressure Builds On Cdc To Prioritize Both Diabetes Types For Vaccine

Type 1 diabetes is currently listed in a lower-risk category than type 2 diabetes, despite recent data showing equal or greater COVID-19 morbidity and mortality. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Vaccines

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More Diabetes Remission In T2dm Seen With Low-carb Diets For Six Months

THURSDAY, Jan. 14, 2021 -- Patients with type 2 diabetes adhering to low-carbohydrate diets (LCDs) for six months may experience greater rates of diabetes remission, according to a review published online Jan. 13 in The BMJ. Joshua Z. Goldenberg,...
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Feces And Algorithms: Artificial Intelligence To Map Our Intestinal Bacteria

Both past and present-day scientists have suspected the intestines of playing a role in various diseases. Present-day studies focus on the intestinal flora's role in physical diseases such as diabetes and overweight, while others seek to establish a...
Related topics: Algorithms, Bacteria, Obesity

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Short Term Low Carbohydrate Diet Linked To Remission Of Type 2 Diabetes

Patients with type 2 diabetes who follow a strict low carbohydrate diet for six months may experience greater rates of remission compared with other recommended diets without adverse effects, a new study suggests.
Related topics: Diet, Type 2 Diabetes, Medical Research

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Covid Is On Track To Become The U.s.'s Leading Cause Of Death--yet Again

This winter the novel coronavirus may kill more people than heart disease, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s or diabetes -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Stroke, Cancer, Oncology, Alzheimer's Disease

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Biomarker Hf Risk Score In Diabetes Seen As Sglt2i Lodestar

Together, 4 'easily measured' biomarkers predicted 5-year heart failure risk in patients with diabetes or prediabetes, potentially identifying best candidates for SGLT2 inhibitor therapy, some say. Medscape Medical News
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Dka Common In Blacks With T1dm And Confirmed Covid-19

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 13, 2021 -- Non-Hispanic Blacks with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and confirmed COVID-19 are more likely than non-Hispanic Whites to present with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), according to a study published online Jan. 7 in the Journal of...
Related topics: Type 1 Diabetes, Medical Research

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Study: High Doses Of Saccharin Don’t Lead To Diabetes In Healthy Adults

For those trying to live a healthy lifestyle, the choice between sugar and artificial sweeteners such as saccharin can be confusing. A new study led by Ohio State University researchers found the sugar substitute saccharin doesn’t lead to the...
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High Doses Of Saccharin Don't Lead To Diabetes In Healthy Adults, Study Finds

A new study has found that the sugar substitute saccharin doesn't lead to the development of diabetes in healthy adults.
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Covid Is On Track To Become The U.s.'s Leading Cause Of Death--yet Again

This winter the novel coronavirus may kill more people than heart disease, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s or diabetes -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Stroke, Cancer, Oncology, Alzheimer's Disease

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Albuminuria Down In Adults With Newly Diagnosed T2dm

TUESDAY, Jan. 12, 2021 -- From 1988 to 2018, there were reductions seen in the prevalence of albuminuria and improvements in glycemic, blood pressure, and lipid control among adults with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes, according to a study...
Related topics: Blood Pressure, Type 2 Diabetes, Medical Research

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Catherine Bates Didn't Give Her Diabetic Nine-year-old Son Insulin

A judge sentenced Catherine Bates to one-and-a-half years of probation. She will have to serve the first five months in the Grand Traverse County Jail. In December of 2019, Bates’ nine-year-old son suffered from ketoacidosis, following several...
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Diabetes Raises By 21 Percent The Chances Of Developing Cardiovascular Disease, Research Says

The danger occurs even if key heart disease risk factors are well-controlled, according to the report.
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiology, Medical Research

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Increased First-trimester Exercise May Reduce Gestational Diabetes Risk

Pregnant women who exercise more during the first trimester of pregnancy may have a lower risk of developing gestational diabetes, according to a new study. The analysis found that lower risk was associated with at least 38 minutes of moderate...
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Plant-based Diet Brings Better 'microbiome,' Healthier Life

MONDAY, Jan. 11, 2021 -- A plant-based diet is linked to healthy gut microbes that could lower your risk for conditions like obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease, a new study finds. "This study demonstrates a clear association between...
Related topics: Diet, Microbiome, Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Medical Research

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