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Smartphone orders body to treat diabetes
Scientists have used a smartphone to control the activity of the living cells inside an animal.
Diabetes control tied to heart stent outcomes
For people with type 2 diabetes, maintaining good blood sugar control in the years after receiving a coronary artery stent is associated with a lower risk of heart attack and stroke.
Study: Intestinal bacteria may prevent type 2 diabetes
Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland found that an intestinal bacterium may protect against type 2 diabetes.
Watching TV three hours a day linked to child diabetes
Children who spend more than three hours a day in front of the TV or a computer may be at greater risk of developing diabetes.
Eating broccoli may prevent cancer, diabetes
Eating broccoli reduces obesity as well as preventing cancer and diabetes, suggested new research.
Gluten-free diets linked to increased risk of type 2 diabetes
Avoidance of gluten has become increasingly popular in recent years thanks to many celebrities and healthy eating advocates warning of its supposed dangers.
Diabetes drug may protect against deadly form of breast cancer
Researchers in China have discovered a metabolic enzyme inhibitor called epalrestat, used to treat complications from diabetes, could be effective in fighting a deadly form of breast cancer.
Air pollution may raise risk of type 2 diabetes
High levels of air pollution may increase some Hispanic children's risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study suggested.
Insulin-producing cells can survive in diabetes
A new study from Yale University has uncovered the way insulin-producing cells that are destroyed in type 1 diabetes can change and survive.
Diabetes could be a warning sign of cancer
Diabetes could be a warning sign of cancer, a new study suggested.
Patients with type 1 diabetes may need to check ketones more often
Many people with type 1 diabetes don’t check frequently enough for buildup of ketones, acids that can cause serious damage to the kidneys and other organs, according to a study.
High-tech blood sugar monitors  may help people with type 1 diabetes
A continuous glucose monitor helps people with type 1 diabetes who need insulin shots every day manage their blood sugar levels safely, two new studies suggested.
Magnesium-rich diet could reduce risk of diabetes
Diabetes — a life-long condition which can be caused by being overweight — affects millions of people. But now experts have revealed a diet rich in a mineral called magnesium could reduce the risk of developing the condition.
Knowing personalized risk for diabetes may not change lifestyles
Giving people detailed information about their personal genetic risk of developing diabetes may not inspire them to change their behavior any more than just giving them basic facts about the disease, a recent study suggests.
Natural treatment for diabetes growing in your garden
Diabetes affects thousands of people in the UK — and while many people administer insulin to keep it under control, experts have said natural remedies can also ease the potentially dangerous condition.

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