Tag: body

Air Pollution May Increase Diabetes Risk says Study

The study in southern California linked exposure to bad air to increased risk of high cholesterol and damage to the body's ability to process blood sugar.

‘Catch-Up Sleep’ May Reverse Diabetes Risk

Though prior research has warned that a lack of sleep could increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests that "catch-up" sleep might reverse that risk -- at least over the short-term.

The Importance of Good Dental Health for Diabetics

Good dental care is a must. But for people with diabetes, it's even more important to be mindful of.

4 Exercises You Should be Doing and You Don’t Need a Gym to do Them

Whether you’re just getting started with an exercise program, or you're a seasoned pro looking to get back to basics, here are four resistance exercises you can’t go wrong with.

The Importance of Dynamic Warm Up Drills

If you’re not performing dynamic movements prior to your routine, you're not properly warming up your body to prepare for exercise.

Team in Korea Developing Patch that Analyzes Sweat to Detect Sugar Levels

The Institute for Basic Science in South Korea is developing a dual patch that not only monitors blood glucose levels but also delivers medication to reduce high sugar levels when they occur.

Six Tips to Eating Healthier with Diabetes

Here are some simple tips to get you into a good diet groove and on the road to a healthier you!

Diabetes Prevention: Salmon and Plant-Based Oils May Slow Progression in Prediabetes Cases

Ditch that next greasy meal for plate of salmon cooked in a plant-based oil and some vegetables. Salmon could slow down the progress of Type 2.

A Quick, Effective, Hourly Workout you can do at the Office

For this column I want to focus on the office setting. If you stick with this routine, by the end of a work day, you could easily rack up a couple hundred wall push-ups and bodyweight squats.

Should you Get a Personal Trainer?

If you're working out and trying to get in shape, a personal trainer can be a great way to reach your goals and your diabetes fitness plan.