Disturbing news for Americans — the percentage of U.S. adults with prediabetes or diabetes is around 52%. The one positive note is that the increase seems to be leveling off.
Study analyzed data that combined interviews, physical exams and laboratory tests to find out who does better at preventing or managing diabetes — college grads or those who didn’t graduate college.
Amazing research with dolphins provides hope for prevention of diabetes in humans. Study showed that a modified diet higher in heptadecanoic acid reversed metabolic syndrome.
An association between resting heart rate and diabetes suggests that heart rate measures could identify individuals with a higher future risk of diabetes.
Few doctors are prescribing a low-cost drug that has been proven effective in preventing the onset of diabetes, according to a UCLA study.
Compared to those who had a first-degree relative with diabetes, those who did not were less concerned that they might have diabetes, reported a poorer understanding of the disease, and were less emotionally affected by the possibility of a future diagnosis.