The last thing you need in your day is another pill. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 23% of Americans take three or more prescription drugs regularly. And if you’re living with diabetes, that number could be ... Read More
I’m sure there were all kinds of factors that played a role in your decision to live where you do. But other than locating the closest hospital, did you ever consider how your neighborhood might affect your health?
Where you live can play a huge ro... Read More
According to a new study done by researchers from Duke University, air pollution can increase the risk of obesity and diabetes in humans. The study was done in Beijing with lab rats that were exposed to Beijing’s incredibly dense, polluted air. Aft... Read More
If I asked you what the pillars of a healthy lifestyle were, I’m sure the first two words from your mouth would be diet and exercise. But, just as I suspected, there is another factor that’s just as important—and now it has been confirmed by sc... Read More
Can bananas and diabetics go hand-in-hand?It goes without saying that diabetics need to be careful about their blood glucose levels. A careful ‘goldilocks’ level needs to be struck—not too high and not too low. The problem is that some ... Read More
A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism suggests a link between an increased use of antibiotic prescriptions and type 2 diabetes risk.
For the study, researchers used data from three national health registries ... Read More
Have you ever had excessive hunger that doesn’t go away, regardless of how recently, or how much, you have eaten? This is referred to as polyphagia. Although it’s normally associated with diabetes, polyphagia actually has a f... Read More
High amounts of sugar in the blood can eat away at your vital organs, causing them to degenerate over time and lead to serious illnesses (not to mention rotten teeth!).
Thankfully, controlling blood sugar levels naturally, without the use of medicati... Read More