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High levels of certain protein may throw off metabolic processes and increase risk of type 2 diabetes
An overabundance of the thioredoxin-interacting protein (TXNIP) in the brain could throw off a metabolic regulatory mechanism and increase an individual's risk of becoming obese and developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from Yeshiva University researchers.
Counseling patients with depression and type 2 diabetes may improve treatment outcomes
Addressing symptoms of depression may be one of the most important aspects of treating a person with type 2 diabetes, according to a new investigation from the VA Ann Arbor Health System.
Older type 2 diabetics with low blood sugar may have higher mortality rate
In addition to worrying about excessively high blood sugar levels, older adults with type 2 diabetes should be concerned about very low blood glucose levels as well. A new study from University of Chicago researchers has shown that this may result in a modest increase in their risk of death.
Mother's diet during pregnancy can affect her child's obesity and type 2 diabetes risk
A woman's diet during pregnancy can cause changes to her unborn child's DNA that may significantly increase its risk of obesity and make it more likely to developing type 2 diabetes during its lifetime, according to new research from the University of Southampton.
Many individuals with type 2 diabetes are unaware of the dangers of hypoglycemia
A majority of individuals with type 2 diabetes experience low blood sugar levels during the course of everyday activities like working, driving and exercising. In some of these situations, the consequences could be serious, as low blood sugar often results in fainting and loss of consciousness.
Researchers seek to explain mechanism behind the type 2 diabetes benefits of weight loss surgery
It's a mystery that has vexed type 2 diabetes researchers and doctors for years: why are obese patients who undergo weight loss surgery able to resolve their diabetes so quickly, often before they have even lost any weight? A team of researchers from the Lund University Diabetes Center plan to answer this question.
Low testosterone increases risk of death in men with type 2 diabetes
Allowing low testosterone levels to go untreated may sharply increase the risk of early death among men with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from a group of British researchers.
Treating type 2 diabetes may lower Alzheimer's disease risk
Controlling type 2 diabetes symptoms may produce many health benefits. Now, a new study from a team of Chinese researchers adds the decreased risk of Alzheimer's disease to the list.
Regular exercise improves liver function and cuts type 2 diabetes risk in obese individuals
Obese individuals with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) who are also at risk of developing type 2 diabetes may be able to improve the condition of their livers and boost their metabolic health through moderate amounts of aerobic activity, according to a new study from researchers at the Cleveland Clinic.
Anti-seizure medications may help type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes patients who suffer from nerve pain, new report says
A number of medications currently available for treating seizures and other medical conditions may be effective in treating the pain and burning sensations experienced by many individuals who suffer from type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes, according to new treatment guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology.
New medication may help obese people at risk for type 2 diabetes lose weight
An experimental combination of drugs may result in unprecedented weight loss and dramatic improvements in metabolic risk factors among obese individuals who are in jeopardy of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from a team of Duke University researchers.
Researchers come to new understanding of process that contributes to type 2 diabetes
A new study conducted by a group of researchers from the University of North Carolina may help clarify the connection between high levels of body fat, inflammation and insulin resistance, three factors that are known to increase type 2 diabetes risk but are still poorly understood by science.
Problem-solving lessons help individuals with type 2 diabetes improve self-care
Disease management programs that teach participants general problem-solving skills in addition to providing disease-specific information may be able to greatly improve the ability of individuals with type 2 diabetes to control and in some cases resolve their condition, according to a new study out of Johns Hopkins University.
Coffee may increase risk of type 2 diabetes, worsen blood sugar control
A growing body of evidence suggests that caffeine may disrupt several metabolic processes and increase an individual's risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new report from a Duke University researcher.
Teenagers' BMI may predict their future type 2 diabetes risk
Increases in body mass index, or BMI, during the late teen years and early adulthood may predict an individual's chances of developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease later in life, according to a new study from a team of Brigham and Women's Hospital researchers.
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