Diabetes News
June 26, 2022

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Reducing Sedentary Time Mitigates the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases

A new study suggests that reducing daily sedentary time can have a positive effect on the risk factors of lifestyle diseases in only three months. ...

Genes Can Affect Our Nutrient Tolerance

A new study finds that minor genetic differences can affect the ability to utilize the energy of various nutrients. This work shows how nutritional planning based on genetic data could promote the ...

About 30 Percent of COVID Patients Develop 'Long COVID,' Research Finds

New research finds that 30 percent of people treated for COVID-19 developed Post Acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC), most commonly known as 'Long ...

Higher Blood Fats More Harmful Than First Thought

The increased levels of blood fats in people with type 2 diabetes and obesity are more harmful than previously thought, a new study has found. The research shows they can kill cells, make symptoms ...
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New Way of Generating Insulin-Producing Cells

Researchers show how a molecule that they have identified stimulates the formation of new insulin-producing cells in zebrafish and mammalian tissue, through a newly described mechanism for regulating ...

Pediatric Liver Disease Increases Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

Researchers describe connection between pediatric liver disease and increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Both rates are rising in ...

Research Reveals Secrets of Baffling but All-Too-Common Type of Diabetes

A mysterious form of diabetes known as malnutrition-related diabetes afflicts tens of millions of people in Asian and sub-Saharan African countries. Its victims -- mainly thin and impoverished ...

Telemedicine, Continuous Glucose Monitoring Mitigated Effects of Pandemic on Children With Diabetes

The rapid adoption of telemedicine and increased use of continuous glucose monitoring helped to attenuate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children with Type 1 diabetes, according to a new ...

Type 2 Diabetes Accelerates Brain Aging and Cognitive Decline

Scientists have demonstrated that normal brain aging is accelerated by approximately 26% in people with progressive type 2 diabetes compared with individuals without the disease, reports a new ...

Lifestyle Changes, Meds Effective to Prevent or Delay Type 2 Diabetes; No Change in CVD

New findings detail the 21-year follow-up of more than 3,200 adults with prediabetes who had participated in the original Diabetes Prevention Program trial. The DPPOS confirmed that treatment through ...

Genetic Risk Scores Help Predict Type 2 Diabetes in People of South Asian Origin, Study Finds

A polygenic risk score for type 2 diabetes could be used to help predict disease risk and stratify distinct disease subtypes to better allocate healthcare ...

Islet Transplant: Changing Lives for People With Diabetes

Medical researchers report long-term results showing the islet transplant treatment is safe and reliable for helping people with hard-to-control diabetes stabilize their blood ...

Artery Stiffness May Predict Type 2 Diabetes Risk Better Than BP and Standard Risk Factors

Analysis of more than 11,000 people investigated whether high blood pressure or arterial stiffness may be a better predictor of future Type 2 diabetes risk. Results found that adults with increased ...

Novel Biomaterial Prevents Rejection of Transplants for Type 1 Diabetes

A team develops a novel biomaterial that, when mixed with islets, allows islets to survive after transplant without the need for long-term ...

Modifying the Body's Immune System to Help Treat Type 1 Diabetes

Scientists to develop a novel diabetes treatment involving transplanting pancreas cells that produce ...

Biomaterial Improves Islet Transplants for Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes

Hopeful diabetes treatment, islet cell transplantation, is now one step closer to the clinic following new ...

Huge Study of Diverse Populations Advances Understanding of Type 2 Diabetes

Genetic epidemiologists have shed important new light on how genes contribute to type 2 ...

Herpesvirus Infection May Increase the Risk of Developing Diabetes

A new study finds that two common herpesviruses may contribute to impaired glucose metabolism and an increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes (T2D) among infected ...

'Control Sugar Levels Sooner to Guard Against Heart Attacks' Finds New Study Into Type 2 Diabetes

People with type 2 diabetes may need to reduce their blood sugar levels sooner after diagnosis than previously thought, to prevent major cardiovascular events such as heart attacks, according to new ...

Potential Pathway Linking Infant Infections to Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Researchers have discovered a potential pathway linking early life infections to cardiovascular disease risk later in adulthood, offering opportunities for targeted ...

Food Insecurity Risk Related to Diabetes Later in Life

Young adults who were at risk of food insecurity had increased incidence of diabetes 10 years later, according to a new study. While previous research has associated food insecurity with a range of ...

Vegan Diets Boost Weight Loss, Lower Blood Sugar in Adults With Overweight or Type 2 Diabetes

An analysis of 11 randomized trials finds that adhering to vegan diets for at least 12 weeks may boost weight loss and glucose control in adults with overweight or type 2 ...

Active Brown Adipose Tissue Protects Against 'Pre-Prediabetes'

In a prospective study of young, lean adults, PET/CT imaging revealed that higher levels of active brown adipose tissue (also known as 'brown fat') are more prevalent in individuals who ...

Stem Cell Therapy Protects Against the Side Effects of Cancer Drugs

Researchers report that the therapeutic use of mesenchymal stem cells is effective at suppressing the onset of diabetes induced by immune checkpoint inhibitors used to treat cancer. Mesenchymal stem ...

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