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Is Low-Carb Eating Really Better for Blood Sugar?

Is Low-Carb Eating Really Better for Blood Sugar?

A review of popular low-carbohydrate diets finds that while restricting carbs can reduce blood sugar in the short run, evidence in support of long-term benefits is lacking.
January 26, 2017
A review of popular low-carbohydrate diets finds that while very low-carb eating can reduce blood sugar int eh short run, little evidence exists to show long term benefits.
Are You Freaking Out about the Affordable Care Act Being Repealed?

Are You Freaking Out about the Affordable Care Act Being Repealed?

Diabetes Daily Co-Founder David Edelman weighs in on what this may mean for the millions of people with diabetes who depend on ACA coverage
January 17, 2017
Diabetes Daily Co-Founder David Edelman weighs in on what this may mean for the millions of people with diabetes who depend on ACA coverage
Study: 60% of Americans with Diabetes Skip Yearly Eye Exams

Study: 60% of Americans with Diabetes Skip Yearly Eye Exams

Results of a new study find that annual eyes exams are avoided by a large percentage of people with diabetes. Regular vision checks are the best way to detect problems in the early stages and prevent vision loss.
November 21, 2016
Annual eye exams are crucial for detecting diabetes-related vision problems which is the best way to prevent loss of eye sight.
5 Things You Can Do To Avoid High Blood Sugar Messing with Your Memory

5 Things You Can Do To Avoid High Blood Sugar Messing with Your Memory

Why everyone should be worried about 'type 3' diabetes
October 24, 2016
A growing stack of research suggests that insulin resistance in the brain helps fuel the plaques, tangles and signal breakdowns of this progressive disease—even in people who do not have diabetes.
Flu Shots: Health Insurance for People with Type 2 Diabetes

Flu Shots: Health Insurance for People with Type 2 Diabetes

Adults with Type 2 who got the ''flu jab'' less likely to have stroke, heart failure, flu, pneumonia, experts find
August 09, 2016
The flu vaccine does more than help those with type 2 diabetes avoid coming down with influenza. Getting vaccinated also appears to reduce their risk of death, stroke, pneumonia and heart failure, according to a new British study that tracked more than 124,000 adults with type 2 diabetes for seven years.
Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults

Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults

How to diagnose and treat LADA
July 11, 2016
Call it diabetes type 1.5. Double diabetes. Or “slim type 2.” By any name, LADA—latent autoimmune diabetes in adults—plays by its own rules.
Is Reversing Diabetes Possible with Diet Alone?

Is Reversing Diabetes Possible with Diet Alone?

May 25, 2016
A physician in the U.K. says a very low-calorie diet regimen and the resulting weight loss can reverse type 2 diabetes; U.S. expert says studies are short-term and concept is not new.
Diabetes & Hearing Loss Linked

Diabetes & Hearing Loss Linked

Those with type 2 diabetes may be 40 to 80% more likely to have hearing problems, experts find.
May 20, 2016
Growing research suggests that people with diabetes need to be on the lookout for hearing loss.
Diabetes Cases Have Quadrupled

Diabetes Cases Have Quadrupled

World Health Day efforts focus on diabetes prevention and treatment
April 07, 2016
The number of adults with diabetes worldwide has more than quadrupled since 1980, rising from 108 million to 422 million in 2014, according to a new study published in The Lancet.
Oprah's Former Chef Art Smith is Half the Man He Once Was

Oprah's Former Chef Art Smith is Half the Man He Once Was

A type 2 diabetes diagnosis prompted Smith to shed 100 pounds
March 09, 2016
Oprah Winfrey's former Chef Art Smith was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes which prompted a 100-lb. weight loss.
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