Current research reports show that type 2 diabetic patients are being over-treated with glucose-lowering and insulin drugs. The reports show that taking these prescription drugs provide more risks and hassles than benefits showing that diabetic drugs could be causing more harm than good.
According to a multi-center study, treatment with the diabetic drug, Liraglutide, along with diet and exercise has led to weight loss and a decrease in cardiovascular health problems, which includes high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The study is very promising when it comes to Liraglutide decreasing heart disease risks.
Recent ground-breaking genetic research has discovered the reasons behind the high incidence of type 2 diabetes in Greenland. This information comes from a study based on blood samples retrieved from 5,000 people, which is roughly 10 percent of the population of Greenland which may prove scientists have broken the diabetic genetic code.
Researchers report that the bionic pancreas implements a glucose monitor, an insulin pump and a smart phone to control blood sugar levels. Studies show that is has helped more than two dozen diabetics to live without the hassles that come with having diabetes such as having to prick their fingers for testing several times a day.
Mindfulness; (definition based on study) “heightened sense of present centered self-awareness that fosters non-judgmental observations of emotions, bodily states, and other sensations in the attentional field, leading to mental well-being.”
A recent study detected that woman who have been diagnosed with diabetes are 44 percent more likely to develop coronary heart disease (CHD) than men who have been diagnosed with diabetes.
With the accessibility of fast food in today’s fast paced world, it is no surprise why so many people are finding themselves obese. In fact, there are more people overweight today than there were just ten years ago. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) more than one-third of U.S. adults are obese.
A new study has found that by consuming more a high protein breakfast, women maintain more control of their glucose levels.
New Research reveals that dangerously low blood sugar levels can cause prolonged periods of heart rhythm disturbances and other associated heart issues in older patients with Type 2 diabetes. Because of this finding, information can be detected that could provide a clue as to which low blood sugar levels contribute to life-threatening irregular heart rhythms.
Many people believe that diet soda is far healthier than regular sodas but the truth is, is that those diet sodas could be causing even more problems. A new study shows that diet drinks may lead to heart health issues for older women.