Diabetes

  • 1/4/2019
    If you occasionally overlook breakfast, you might want to rethink your morning schedule to reduce your risk for diabetes.
  • 8/14/2018
    New research is offering evidence that extreme fluctuations in blood sugar might be experienced by healthy people too—at least with some people and in some circumstances. Learn more!
  • 7/26/2018
    New research suggests that working long hours could end up seriously affecting your health, but only if you are a woman.
  • Type 2 Diabetes & Pancreatic Cancer
    7/3/2018
    Besides the long list of complications with which diabetes is associated, new research now suggests that those who are diagnosed with diabetes at an older age may face a higher risk of cancer as well.
  • Mortality Rates Based on City Location | Natural Health Blog
    1/7/2017
    Most neighborhoods have distinctive mortality patterns, and high-priced neighborhoods typically have lower overall death rates than poorer regions.
  • Walk After a Meal To Balance Blood Sugar | Health Blog
    11/12/2016
    New research suggests that those with Type 2 Diabetes might benefit by doing cardio immediately after eating.
  • Job Stress Leads to Diabetes | Natural Health Blog
    10/24/2016
    These are tough times that we live in, financially speaking. And now, worrying over losing your job appears to be linked to diabetes.
  • Water Fluoridation Linked To Diabetes | Health Blog
    8/30/2016
    Throughout our childhoods, most of us grew up seeing advertising about the benefits of fluoride. We could only have strong, healthy teeth if we brushed several times a day with a fluoride toothpaste. But now that we’re adults, some of us are aware that supplementing with fluoride might do much more harm than good. And a big part of the problem lies in the “other” sources of fluoride beyond our toothpaste.
  • Weight Loss Reduces Diabetes & Heart Disease | Natural Health Blog
    6/30/2016
    A significant weight reduction is linked to improvements in blood sugar levels and a decrease in numerous heart disease risk factors in those with diabetes over a long-term period.
  • Intense, Short Workouts for Blood Sugar | Natural Health Blog
    5/10/2016
    Brief workouts based around a single minute of intense exercise broken up into three intervals may be as effective in improving fitness as longer as more traditional workouts.
  • Problems with 2015-20 U.S. Dietary Guidelines | Health Newsletter
    4/2/2016
    Under the provisions of the 1990 National Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research Act, every five years, HHS and the USDA must publish a report containing nutritional and dietary guidelines for the general public.
  • Prevent Kidney Damage from Prediabetes | Diabetic Health Blog
    1/16/2016
    A recent study found that kidney damage starts with prediabetes.
  • Scheduled C-Section Health Risks & Dangers | Children's Health Blog
    1/5/2016
    All babies delivered via C-section are at higher risk of developing health problems over time, but those who are born after a "scheduled" C-section face the greatest risk.
  • Global High Sugar Diets | Natural Health Blog
    12/19/2015
    Citizens of countries around the world are eating and drinking more sugar-sweetened foods and beverages than ever before,
  • Wine Good For Diabetes? Just Watch the Heavy Metals | Health Blog
    10/29/2015
    New research "suggests" that you may be in the clear to have some wine with dinner; in fact, it may even be beneficial for controlling type 2 diabetes.
  • Childhood Stress Leads to Disease | Children's Health Blog
    10/17/2015
    Emotional distress during childhood may be associated with an increased risk of developing chronic health conditions including cardiovascular disease and diabetes as adults.
  • Why Take Vitamin D after Menopause | Natural Health Blog
    10/15/2015
    Consuming enough vitamin D may be able to reverse the muscle loss that most women typically experience after they go through menopause.
  • Antibiotics, Probiotics, & Diabetes | Health Blog
    9/8/2015
    Individuals diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are more likely to have used antibiotics in the years prior to developing the condition than their peers who did not develop diabetes.
  • Health Benefits of Eating Spicy Foods | Natural Health Blog
    8/20/2015
    Frequently eating spicy meals may be linked to a lower risk of death.
  • Soda & Fruit Juice Linked To Diabetes | Diabetic Health Blog
    8/8/2015
    Whether you’re skinny or fat doesn’t affect your diabetes risk that much if you drink sodas and other sugar-laden drinks.
  • New Fathers Gain Weight | Children's Health Blog
    8/6/2015
    New dads frequently put on an average of about 4.4 pounds after having their first child.
  • Why Men Have Lower Life Expectancy | Health Blog
    7/23/2015
    The fact that women have a longer life expectancy than men is a relatively new phenomenon.
  • Health Benefits of Work Naps | Natural Health Blog
    7/16/2015
    There may be advantages to taking a midday siesta at the office including enhanced problem-solving skills and improvements in efficiency and attitude.
  • 5/22/2006
    A detailed description of the clinical studies which proved that this formula could drop blood sugar numbers by an average 54 points - approximately double than what was seen with other all natural alternatives.
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