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The Rising Prevalence of Diabetes and its Confounding Complications

New research from Decision Resources Group finds that the prevalent type 2 diabetes population in the G7 is rapidly increasing. And it's a confounding problem as to how to slow it down.

Napercise, anyone?

It's no joke. Napping is now a form of exercise. A U.K.-based fitness chain is about to make that daydream a reality with "napercise," a group class...

A Predictor for Gestational Diabetes?

Being pregnant, you're already worried about a lot of things. And the added stress of knowing that you might get gestational diabetes is not...

Have Type 2 Diabetes and Becoming Forgetful? This is Probably Why

If you have type 2 diabetes, are overweight or obese, and you suddenly feel like you're becoming forgetful, it might not be your imagination....

Embrace the cold! Study Says it Eases Type 2 Diabetes

It may not seem like the perfect way to spend winter indoors, but lowering the room temperature makes those with type 2 Diabetes more...

The Low Down on Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes

You're probably spending hours working out if you have type 2 diabetes. And why won't you? Getting your weight down and sweating it out...

Big Tech Companies on Diabetes Management Solutions

Apple ain't the only one working on technological solutions to help manage diabetes, Amazon and IBM have joined the bandwagon (or perhaps pioneered even...

Beer Yoga: The Latest Exercise Craze from Germany

No wonder Oktoberfest and Bieryoga come from Germany, their love for beer is so uncanny that they create amazing things from it. Emily and Jhula...

Individualized Eye Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy is Advocated

An annual trip to your eye doctor is something that you're probably used to if you have type 1 diabetes. It is in the...

Say Hello to Plant Protein Sources to Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Risk Says Research

Which means saying goodbye to animal protein sources in your diet. A recent study conducted by researchers in Finland found that plant protein was...