Monthly Archives: May 2005

Physicians Need To Be More Vocal About Encouraging Diabetic Patients To Exercise

Diabetics are more likely to exercise if their doctors help them create and stick to a formalized exercise plan.

Soft Drink Consumption May Increase Childhood Obesity

Obesity is one of the biggest threats to child health.

Diabetes Medication Pioglitazone Hcl May Improve Predictors Of Cardiovascular Risk

Study results found that the diabetes medication pioglitazone HCl reduced carotid artery intima-media thickness (IMT).

Eating Too Much Fat May Damage Liver

A study is the first to show that if you eat too much fat, it can go straight to your liver and damage it.

Low-Fat Dairy Foods May Help Reduce Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

The consumption of low-fat dairy foods may reduce men's risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a study.

A Common Antibiotic May Limit Or Prevent Vision Problems Caused By Diabetes

Study suggests that a common antibiotic called minocycline may slow or prevent diabetic retinopathy.

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