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Omega-3 Therapy as a Treatment for Diabetes Says Studies

If you're a fish lover and diabetic, then you probably should not stop eating fish. A recent study shows that omega-3 therapy may help...

Risk for Diabetes in Pregnancy can be Reduced with Probiotic Says Research

Pregnant with a risk for diabetes? Worry no more: Pregnant women have a new natural weapon in the fight against gestational diabetes.

Contact Lens to Monitor Blood Glucose Levels Being Developed

Interesting news for diabetics: Researchers at Oregon State University are developing a contact lens that would use people’s tears to monitor their blood glucose levels.

Eating 3 Servings of Legumes a Week Found to Lower Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

The findings, published in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition, revealed that the eating the equivalent of 3.35 servings of legumes per week had a 35 percent lower risk of developing Type-2 diabetes.

Ask Dr. Sally: ‘Can I Become Overweight from Healthy Food?’

Eating healthily is always a good thing: the benefits go beyond weight. But there are other considerations that you need to take into account if you want to lose weight long term by eating healthily.

Getting in Shape and Staying in Shape – Simple Rules to Live by

Whatever your targets are, sticking to these simple rules will help you achieve your smart fitness goals. Go for it!

Diabetics Higher Heart Attack Risk Attributed to Damaged Coronary Blood Vessels

A new study is said to have pinpointed one of the causes why diabetics have a significantly higher risk of suffering a heart attack.

Diabetes Late Nite Podcast: 50 Shades Of Gray – Diabetes & Aging

Mr. Divabetic takes a ’50 Shades of Gray’ approach to talking about diabetes and aging during this lively hour of diabetes education and empowerment.

The Decadent Diabetic: Grunt Work and Diabetes – Nothing Comes Easy

Please don’t get me wrong. I have no difficulty using some pre-made products...I found several chains that make great products and I don’t have to do the work.

Type 2 Diabetes Reversed in Mice in New San Diego Study

According to a study led by San Diego scientist, type 2 diabetes has been reversed in mice with a new orally available drug.