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Reduced carbohydrate intake improves type 2 diabetics' ability to regulate blood sugar
Patients with type 2 diabetes improve their ability to regulate blood sugar levels if they eat food with a reduced carbohydrate content and an increased share of protein and fat.
Nutritional quality of fish, squid reduced by warm water events
Research led by the University of Sydney showed that under warm water events the nutritional balance of fish and squid changes and is of lower quality, while under cold water events it is of higher quality.
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.
Salt in restaurant food needs to be further reduced
After examining menu items from 66 of the top 100 chain restaurants, US researchers found that while some attention has been given to offering lower-sodium options, restaurant food is still high in sodium, particularly in main-course items.
Dementia risk can be reduced by regular physical activity(video)
Dementia risk can be reduced by regular physical activity, but Dr. Chris Steele, a British medical doctor, and the resident doctor on ITV's This Morning daytime magazine show, said that we must still remember to work our brains too.
Study: Nearby parks linked to reduced asthma symptoms in kids
Living near a park can help reduce asthma symptoms among children who live in cities, researchers said.
Bone loss in women may be reduced with anti-inflammatory diet
Researchers at The Ohio State University have found that anti-inflammatory diets may reduce the risk of bone loss and fractures in women.
Stuttering tied to lower blood flow in language-associated brain area
A study led by researchers at Children's Hospital Los Angeles demonstrates what lead investigator Bradley Peterson, MD, calls ‘a critical mass of evidence’ of a common underlying lifelong vulnerability in both children and adults who stutter.

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