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Diabetes gene discovery sparks hope for 'personalized treatment'
Scientists are preparing to unveil the genes they believe can actually protect people from type 2 diabetes.
Weight loss surgery improves diabetes symptoms
Obese people who get bariatric surgery are less likely to require medication to control diabetes symptoms afterward, compared to those who don’t get operations to lose weight, a French study suggested.
Diabetes is actually five separate diseases: Research
Scientists say diabetes is five separate diseases, and treatment could be tailored to each form.
Diabetes, hypertension rates high in India
Diabetes and hypertension are common among middle-aged and elderly people in India, home to more than a sixth of the world's population, researchers said.
Diabetes drug 'significantly reverses memory loss' in mice with Alzheimer's
A drug developed for diabetes could be used to treat Alzheimer's after scientists found it ‘significantly reversed memory loss’ in mice through a triple method of action.
Type 2 diabetes: Seven signs you should see a doctor
Type 2 diabetes is increasingly common, and sufferers risk heart disease and blindness. These are the seven signs you could be suffering.
Diabetes, obesity reasons behind rise in cancer cases across the world
According to a recent study, 5.6% of all cancer cases throughout the world in 2012 were linked to pre-existing diabetes and a high body mass index (BMI).
Diabetes drug 'could be used to end agony of transplant rejection'
An experimental diabetes drug could be used to end the agony of transplant rejection, British scientists said.
Study reveals how a very low calorie diet can reverse type 2 diabetes
In a new study, a research team uncovers how a very low calorie diet can rapidly reverse type 2 diabetes in animal models.
Diabetes risk could be reduced in overweight people
Diabetes risk could be reduced in overweight people by swapping white pasta and bread for whole grain varieties, scientists claimed.
Poor sleep 'puts you at greater risk of heart disease and diabetes'
Almost half of Britons do not get enough sleep and are at greater risk of conditions like heart disease and diabetes, according to new research.
Do statins raise odds for type 2 diabetes?
Cholesterol-lowering medications known as statins may lower your risk of heart disease, but also might boost the odds you'll develop type 2 diabetes, new research suggested.
Diabetes pill might replace injection
An injectable class of diabetes medication — called glucagon-like peptide-1 or GLP-1 — might one day be available in pill form, research suggested.
Lack of sleep in pregnancy may linked to gestational diabetes
Pregnant women may develop gestational diabetes due to lack of sleep, a new study suggested.
Pump may beat shots for type one diabetes
In young people with type one diabetes, insulin pump therapy may offer better blood sugar control and fewer complications than daily injections of the vital hormone, new German research suggested.
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