Researchers figure out why obesity triggers diabetes

SYDNEY - Are you obese? Beware, for there is a high chance that you can become diabetic. The link between the two has now been scientifically validated.

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Better diet helps diabetics improve blood sugar control

SYDNEY - Providing intensive dietary advice improved blood sugar control in type 2 diabetics even when they were arguably on the best available medication, according to the latest research.

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Chemical in milk key to combating heart disease, diabetes

SYDNEY - A chemical found in milk can combat a disorder that increases risk of heart disease and diabetes, a new study says.

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Found: 25 new genes that may trigger diabetes

SYDNEY - An international team of scientists has identified more than 40 genes, including 25 new ones, that could be factors in triggering type-1 diabetes.

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Found: 25 new genes that may trigger diabetes

SYDNEY - An international team of scientists has identified more than 40 genes, including 25 new ones, that could be factors in triggering type-1 diabetes.

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Have walnuts to control diabetes

SYDNEY - Including walnuts in your daily diet can help keep type-2 diabetes under control, according to a new study.

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Acutely ill patients have low vitamin D levels

SYDNEY - A group of scientists has observed that very sick patients tend to have severely low levels of vitamin D. Recently, Vitamin D has been recognised for its diverse role. It helps in protecting against diabetes, cancer and heart disease.

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Sedentary routine and junk food could increase diabetes risk

junkfoodSYDNEY - Sedentary routine is about to join smoking and junk food on the list of vices that heighten your risk of diabetes and heart disease, besides obesity.

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