Newly published JAMA study finds that an association exists between iron deficiency in adults and hearing loss.
A new study shows that the drug fenofibrate might reduce the risk of cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks and strokes, in patients with type 2 diabetes.
University of Missouri School of Medicine researchers have found a pharmaceutical approach to prevent vascular disease in high-risk people, such as those living with Type 2 Diabetes, by preventing blocked arteries.
Researchers have found that moderate exercise may improve hippocampal memory dysfunction caused by type 2 diabetes and that enhanced transport of lactate to neurons may be the underlying mechanism.
A systematic review looks at which DXA-based measurements can be used to help identify diabetic patients at increased risk of fracture, which is one of the complications of type 2 diabetes.
A recent study links shorter sleep with an increase in sugar-sweetened, caffeinated drink consumption — and while the reason seems obvious, the study shows just how much sleep people need to reduce that behavior and sugar intake.
Researchers tested a high-fat diet that contained fermentable carbohydrate and found that it protected against obesity, but relied on a speficif receptor.
Recent study finds that high risk medications are often prescribed at higher than recommended daily doses for seniors, resulting in more injuries from falls.
A research team at York University has found that a few simple habits can lead to better cognitive functioning for younger and older adults, and may delay the onset of dementia.
Researchers have found 3 risk factors that determine whether a person with type 2 diabetes will need dialysis decades earlier than others.