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Discovery could be used to determine if a person is at high risk of diabetes in the next year or never - and may also help predict which patients will respond to specific diabetes therapies.
Researchers report that executive function and memory are particularly vulnerable to the effects of insulin resistance, which may increase the risk of dimentia later...
An interesting Cedars-Sinai diabetes study has found that cutting specific nerves to the kidneys improved insulin sensitivity. Incapacitating specific nerves to the kidneys improves the...
First study to assess the impact of diabetes mellitus on cardiac geometry and to report the association between insulin resistance and cardiac structure and...
Findings from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), which appear in eLife, provide a possible explanation as to why most people who are obese...
People with diabetes are more prone to anxiety and depression than those with other chronic diseases that require similar levels of management. The reasons...
A research team reports that test subjects in which an enzyme called histone deacetylase 3 (HDAC3) was deleted had massively fatty livers, but lower blood sugar, and were thus protected from glucose intolerance and insulin resistance, the hallmark of diabetes.
New research shows that reduced insulin sensitivity is linked to smaller brain size and deteriorated language skills in seniors.
Study: Insulin Resistance is Associated with Inflammatory Processes that Lead to Cortical Atrophy and...
Many complications of diabetes, including kidney disease, foot problems and vision problems are generally well recognized. But the disease's impact on the brain is often overlooked.
Scientists have uncovered a new way in which obesity wreaks its havoc, by altering the production of proteins that affect how other proteins are spliced together.
A recent study found that the greater an individual's total muscle mass, the lower the person's risk of having insulin resistance, the major precursor of type 2 diabetes.
Insulin resistance, a condition in which insulin produced by the body becomes less effective in reducing blood glucose levels, appears to be associated with an increased risk of stroke in individuals without diabetes.
Just one night of short sleep duration can induce insulin resistance, a component of type 2 diabetes.
In people with insulin resistance or full-blown diabetes, an inability to keep blood sugar levels under control isn't the only problem by far.
We have known for several years that Hepatitis C, a common cause of liver cirrhosis and cancer, also makes people three to four times more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes.
According to a new study, youth with type 1 diabetes have now been found to have abnormal insulin resistance.