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Halloween is here! It’s time to pick our spooky costumes, decorate our porches, and prepare our tricks and treats. Halloween is a scary time for many different reasons. It can be scary thanks to the spooky mood that it creates, the scary costume and decorations, but also it can be “candy scary”. More than 4% […]

Most people understand that type 2 diabetes can increase your risk for heart and kidney disease, nerve damage and amputations of extremities. But those aren’t the only complications of this serious disease. Here are 7 complications of type 2 diabetes you might not know about: Cognitive Problems High blood sugar seems to affect memory and […]

Pediatric researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have come up with a novel idea to help adolescents with type 1 diabetes track their disease. When the researchers incorporated routine pet care into the teens’ treatment plan, the children were able to monitor their disease better and reduce their blood glucose levels. “Teenagers are one of […]

Diabetes is characterized by elevated blood sugar levels and an inability to process insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas. Insulin helps distribute glucose (blood sugar) through the bloodstream and transfers extra glucose to the liver. When the body doesn’t produce effective insulin, your cells don’t get the energy they need. Left uncontrolled, diabetes can […]

A large international study has found that eating foods rich in fiber may lower a person’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The research team tracked over 29,000 Europeans for slightly more than a decade on average. People who ate the most fiber, more than 26 grams per day, had an 18 percent lower risk […]