In a reversal of two decades of medical reports, a Mayo Clinic study finds the frequency of nerve damage called diabetic polyneuropathy is similar in prediabetic patients and healthy people
Researchers studying the link between diabetes and a hormone that affects your so-called "body clock" have identified a genetic mutation in the receptor for the hormone, melatonin, that may to boost the risk of the disease.
Her southern charm and delightful laugh are not enough to quell the massive backlash celebrity chef Paula Deen is receiving from the public after it became general knowledge that the Food Network star has type-2 diabetes. Reports indicate that Deen confirmed her condition on a recent "Today Show," noting that she was diagnosed with the disease three years ago.
There are many benefits to finding ways to reverse diabetes. A big one is its expense. According to the American Diabetes Association, the combined cost of medical care and lost productivity due to diabetes in the United States exceeded $174 billion in 2007.
This is another “I Told ‘Em!” Something I’ve been saying for decades and now science is beginning to prove I was right all along!
The CDC has estimated that by 2050, as much of thirty percent of the American population could suffer with diabetes.
The global diabetes epidemic is ballooning because of cruel ignorance. Cruel ignorance is a disease of modern man. When we look at contemporary medicine we see this disease commonly playing itself out and costing people and their children a lot of suffering and sometimes even their lives.
A recent study investigated the potential role of magnesium in blood sugar balancing in overweight subjects. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and is required as a cofactor in over 300 biochemical reactions.