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The sign on your eyelids that may signal type 2 diabetes symptoms
Type 2 diabetes causes a person’s body to lose control of the amount of glucose in the blood. The body doesn’t respond to insulin properly and may not produce enough, causing blood glucose levels to become too high. If blood glucose isn’t controlled properly and stays too high it can lead to a number of problems, including kidney failure, nerve damage, heart disease and stroke.
Having this smell in your urine could mean you are at risk of type 2 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes affects more than one million people and many of them are unaware they have the condition as they have not been diagnosed. A certain smell in your urine could mean you are at risk. Have you noticed this smell?
Here is how laughing out loud can be best medicine for type 2 diabetes
We have always heard of how laughter is the best medicine, and the saying holds true for a lot of health problems. When we are with a group of friends or family, we laugh, smile, share experiences and funny stories, which make us feel instantly better.
Why people with type 2 diabetes should eat almonds, walnuts and pistachios every day
If you have type 2 diabetes and you want to do your heart a favor, you should add trees, such as almonds, walnuts, and pistachios, nut to your daily diet, a new study suggests.
Is the world heading for an insulin shortage?
It has been called the scourge of urban life. Poor lifestyle and obesity have led to a surge in type 2 diabetes, a condition that occurs when the body cannot produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar levels.
Type 2 diabetes symptoms: Four toilet habits that could indicate you
Type 2 diabetes is common in the UK and is usually the result of a person being overweight or obese.
Type 2 diabetes: The best type of cheese to keep the condition under control
Type 2 diabetes happens when the level of sugar in the blood is too high.
Type 2 diabetes risk shoots up after losing a night’s sleep
Type 2 diabetes risk increases after being deprived of sleep for just six hours or a single night, says a new study.
Just two sugary drinks per week may raise your risk of type 2 diabetes, heart diseases
New research examined 36 existing studies published in the past 10 years to look at the possible effects of sugary drinks on cardiometabolic health.
Worried about Type-2 diabetes? Eat walnuts, fish and soybean oil to ward off risk
Eating foods rich in linoleic acid may lower risk of Type-2 diabetes; foods such as walnuts, fish as soybean and sunflower oils are rich in linoleic acid.
Sitting for hours likely to raise type 2 diabetes risk
Sitting for long stretches might boost your risk for type 2 diabetes, even if you exercise, researchers reported.
Sleepless nights might raise women's type 2 diabetes risk
Women who have chronic sleep problems may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, Harvard researchers report.
Sleepless nights might raise women's type 2 diabetes risk
Women who have chronic sleep problems may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, Harvard researchers report.
Eating potatoes may up type 2 diabetes risk
Greater potato consumption is associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a study.
Targeting fat-tissue hormone may treat type 2 diabetes
A new study by researchers from Harvard University describes the preclinical development of a therapeutic that could potentially be used to treat type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, and other metabolic diseases.

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