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14 Jul
Americans With Diabetes Were Hit Hard by COVID Pandemic

Americans With Diabetes Were Hit Hard by COVID Pandemic

As many as two of every five Americans who've died from COVID-19 were suffering from diabetes, making the chronic disease one of the highest-risk conditions during the pandemic, an expert says.

About 40% of deaths from COVID-19 in the United States were among diabetics, ...

10 Jun
America Is Losing the War Against Diabetes

America Is Losing the War Against Diabetes

After years of improvement, Americans with diabetes may be losing some ground in controlling the condition, a new government-funded study shows.

Researchers found that between 1999 and the early 2010s, U.S. adults with diabetes made substantial gains: A growing percentag...

08 Jun
Fewer Than 1 in 10 American Adults Get Enough Dietary Fiber

Fewer Than 1 in 10 American Adults Get Enough Dietary Fiber

TUESDAY, June 8, 2021 (HealthDay News) - If you're like most American adults, it might be time to reach for a piece of fruit, a plate of vegetables or a bowl of whole grains.

Only 7% of adults get enough fiber, a type of carbohydrate that passes through the body undigest...

04 Jun
A Fruitful Approach to Preventing Diabetes

A Fruitful Approach to Preventing Diabetes

Want to lower your risk of diabetes? Eat plenty of fruit.

An Australian study suggests that two servings a day could lower the odds of developing type 2 diabetes by 36%.

"A healthy diet and lifestyle, which includes the consumption of whole fruits, is a great strat...

22 Mar
Breakfast Timing Could Affect Your Odds for Diabetes

Breakfast Timing Could Affect Your Odds for Diabetes

Could the time you eat your breakfast determine your health?

Yes, suggests new research that finds eating your morning meal before 8:30 a.m. may reduce your risk for developing type 2 diabetes.

People in the study who ate breakfast early had lower blood sugar level...

16 Mar
Begin Routine Diabetes Screening at 35 for Overweight, Obese Americans: Task Force

Begin Routine Diabetes Screening at 35 for Overweight, Obese Americans: Task Force

Screening for prediabetes or type 2 diabetes in people who are overweight or obese should start at age 35 instead of 40, an expert panel now says.

Such screening should continue until age 70, according to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent, volunteer...

10 Feb
Obesity Helps Drive Half of New Diabetes Cases Among Americans

Obesity Helps Drive Half of New Diabetes Cases Among Americans

Obesity is the culprit in up to half of new diabetes cases among Americans each year, a new study estimates.

Researchers found that over nearly two decades, obesity contributed to anywhere from 30% to 53% of new type 2 diabetes diagnoses among middle-aged and older Ameri...

04 Feb
Whole Wheat Better for You Than White Bread, Study Confirms

Whole Wheat Better for You Than White Bread, Study Confirms

New research reinforces advice to include more whole grains in your diet.

A diet heavy in "refined" grains (such as white bread, cookies and muffins) may increase your risk for heart disease and early death, while whole grains may lower it, according to the study.

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19 Jan
Strict Low-Carb Diets Could Push Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission, But Effect Fades

Strict Low-Carb Diets Could Push Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission, But Effect Fades

Tough limits on carbohydrates in your meals can help get type 2 diabetes under control -- but the benefits typically wane over time, a new research review shows.

The analysis of 23 small trials found that low-carb diets worked better than other eating plans in helping pe...

24 Nov
Mediterranean Diet Cuts Women's Odds for Diabetes

Mediterranean Diet Cuts Women's Odds for Diabetes

Overweight women who eat a Mediterranean-like diet may reduce their odds of developing type 2 diabetes by 30%, compared with women who don't, a new study suggests.

The Mediterranean diet is rich in olive oil, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds. Pre...

29 Oct
Tired, Anxious, Overweight: How Lockdowns May Have Harmed Your Health

Tired, Anxious, Overweight: How Lockdowns May Have Harmed Your Health

You might be onto something if you suspect your mental and physical health declined during the COVID-19 lockdown earlier this year.

Stay-at-home orders appear to have had an overall bad effect on people's health around the world, a global survey shows.

People repor...

09 Jul
Upping Fruit, Veggies, Grain Intake Can Cut Your Diabetes Risk by 25%

Upping Fruit, Veggies, Grain Intake Can Cut Your Diabetes Risk by 25%

Eating more fruits, vegetables and whole grain foods could lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, two new studies suggest.

In one study, researchers looked at more than 9,700 people who developed type 2 diabetes and over 13,600 who didn't. Participants were from eight E...

13 May
More Evidence Sugary Drinks Harm Women's Hearts

More Evidence Sugary Drinks Harm Women's Hearts

Women who drink a lot of sodas, sweetened juices and other sugary drinks are at greater risk of developing heart disease, a new study finds.

Those who drink one or more a day have nearly a 20% higher risk than women who never do. And it's not just soda that's p...

13 Dec
Could Carb-Heavy Meals Keep You From Good Sleep?

Could Carb-Heavy Meals Keep You From Good Sleep?

Pasta, white bread, sugary candy and baked goods: Americans love them, but could all those "refined" carbohydrates and sugars be keeping people up at night?

About 30% of Americans have insomnia, and a new study finds carb-heavy diets may share part of the blame.<...

12 Dec
Changing Timing, Frequency of Meals May Help With Diabetes

Changing Timing, Frequency of Meals May Help With Diabetes

When you eat and how often you eat can make a big impact on your weight and insulin needs if you have type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.

The study found that people who ate three meals a day instead of six smaller meals, and moved the timing of those meals to e...

04 Oct
Just a Little Weight Loss Can Put Diabetes Into Remission

Just a Little Weight Loss Can Put Diabetes Into Remission

British researchers have good news for people with type 2 diabetes -- you don't need to lose a ton of weight to make a difference in your health.

In fact, they found that losing just 10% of your body weight during the first five years you have the disease can le...

19 Sep
Keeping Blood Sugar Steady Helps You Live Longer With Diabetes

Keeping Blood Sugar Steady Helps You Live Longer With Diabetes

If you have type 2 diabetes, keeping your blood sugar levels stable over time may be key to living longer.

New research finds that people who have more swings in their blood sugar levels were more than twice as likely to die early, compared to folks with more stable...

22 Aug
Fish Oil Not a Magic Pill Against Diabetes

Fish Oil Not a Magic Pill Against Diabetes

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 21, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- It would be welcome news to millions if fish oil supplements were proven to help prevent diabetes. But new research delivers very disappointing data on the prospect.

Previous research has hinted that fish oil supplements...

05 Aug
Keto Diet May Help Control Type 2 Diabetes

Keto Diet May Help Control Type 2 Diabetes

The keto diet has plenty of weight-loss devotees who swear by the high fat, low-carb plan. Now, new research from India suggests it may benefit people with type 2 diabetes.

The study team found that people following a ketogenic diet for three months saw significant ...

25 Jul
Plant-Based Diet Helps Keep Diabetes at Bay

Plant-Based Diet Helps Keep Diabetes at Bay

Turns out that the old adage -- an apple a day keeps the doctor away -- may actually be true. New research suggests that the more plant foods you eat, the lower your risk of type 2 diabetes.

People who ate a mostly plant-based diet reduced their risk of diabetes by ...

10 Jun
What and How You Eat Affects Your Odds for Type 2 Diabetes

What and How You Eat Affects Your Odds for Type 2 Diabetes

The kind of foods you eat, and even the order in which you eat them can affect your odds of developing type 2 diabetes, three new studies suggest.

The studies -- being presented to the American Society for Nutrition -- found:

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22 Apr
Could Diabetes Drug Metformin Help Keep People Slim?

Could Diabetes Drug Metformin Help Keep People Slim?

New research suggests a first-line drug for treating type 2 diabetes -- metformin -- may help people with pre-diabetes maintain long-term weight loss.

People who lost weight while taking metformin maintained a loss of about 6% of their body weight for six to 15 ...

18 Apr
No 'One-Size-Fits-All' Diet for Diabetics, Expert Panel Says

No 'One-Size-Fits-All' Diet for Diabetics, Expert Panel Says

There is no one right diet for people with diabetes, and patients should instead have personalized nutrition plans, a new American Diabetes Association (ADA) report says.

There simply is no ideal percentage of calories from carbohydrates, proteins and fats. And combi...

06 Mar
Low-Carb Diets Linked to Higher Odds for A-Fib

Low-Carb Diets Linked to Higher Odds for A-Fib

Keto, Paleo, Atkins -- there's no shortage of low-carb diets to try, but new research suggests that over time, living low-carb can raise your risk of a heart condition called atrial fibrillation, or a-fib.

People who regularly got fewer than 45 percent of their calo...

22 Feb
Berkeley's Efforts Suggest Soda Taxes Do Cut Soda Sales

Berkeley's Efforts Suggest Soda Taxes Do Cut Soda Sales

Tax it, and fewer folks will buy it.

So it goes with sugar-sweetened drinks, new research suggests.

The California city of Berkeley introduced the nation's first soda tax in 2014, and within months people were buying 21 percent fewer sugary drinks. Three...

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