Early Childhood Respiratory Infections a Potential Risk Factor for Type 1 Diabetes

Respiratory infections experienced in early childhood may be connected to the development of type 1 diabetes mellitus or T1D. This is according to a study by researchers in Munich, Germany. The results of the study are published on JAMA Pediatrics. Type 1 diabetes mellitus is a form of diabetes where the body develops an autoimmune […]

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Skipping Breakfast Increases Heart Disease Risk

Breakfast is considered as the most important meal of the day. Not only does it give you the energy to do work for the rest of the day, it also provides the necessary nutrients that your body needs in order to perform at optimal levels. But recent studies have shown that eating breakfast may be […]

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Diabetics Have 50 Percent Increased Physical Disability Risk

A recent study indicates that people suffering from diabetes are also likely to suffer from an increased risk of physical disability by as much as 50 percent compared to non-diabetics. This was what Australian researchers found out after analysis of the results coming from earlier studies. The new results of the study are published in […]

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Missing On Sleep Can Increase Cancer Risk

Sleep is an important part of daily life. It provides the body the means to recharge and recover after going through a tough day of activities and stress. The problem that most people face today is that a majority do not get sufficient sleep. People should think twice this time about not getting enough sleep […]

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People With Severe Psoriasis Nearly Twice at Risk for Diabetes

Researchers from UC Davis found a strong correlation between people suffering from severe psoriasis and diabetes risk. An analysis of results coming from 27 different studies and involving around 314,000 individuals indicates a link between the skin condition with the blood sugar disorder. The findings are published in the Archives of Dermatology. Psoriasis is a […]

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Lesser Sitting Time May Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Risk

It has been known that exercise can help reduce the risk of diabetes in a majority of people who are prone to developing the disease. But it seems that it is not only exercise that will help reduce the risk. It seems that simply reducing sitting time daily may also help. A study by researchers […]

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Lesser Sitting Time May Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Risk

It has been known that exercise can help reduce the risk of diabetes in a majority of people who are prone to developing the disease. But it seems that it is not only exercise that will help reduce the risk. It seems that simply reducing sitting time daily may also help. A study by researchers […]

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People With Severe Psoriasis Nearly Twice at Risk for Diabetes

Researchers from UC Davis found a strong correlation between people suffering from severe psoriasis and diabetes risk. An analysis of results coming from 27 different studies and involving around 314,000 individuals indicates a link between the skin condition with the blood sugar disorder. The findings are published in the Archives of Dermatology. Psoriasis is a […]

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