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Drinking coffee cuts diabetes risk in half while reducing inflammation, study shows

8/14/2015 - A new study from Harokopio University in Athens, Greece is giving regular coffee drinkers something to cheer about. After studying the coffee drinking habits of more than 1,300 people, the researchers concluded that regular coffee drinkers are 54 percent less likely to suffer from diabetes and inflammatory...

Watching TV increases Americans' diabetes risk by nearly 18 percent, study shows

4/2/2015 5:22:50 PM - Television watching increases diabetes risk, scientists have now confirmed. By studying over 3,000 overweight Americans, a research study demonstrated that risk for type 2 diabetes increased over 14 percent in those watching four hours of television a day. The average American watches 5.11 hours of...

Antipsychotic medications double diabetes risk in children

9/8/2014 - They told him to take the pills, on time, every day, promising that his depression would go away, but all is not the same as before... His impulses are now sudden, sharp and cutting, like the razor gripped tight in his hand. Every thought that comes to mind aches with pulses of retaliation -- some...

Shift workers at higher diabetes risk, disrupted sleep cycles, and side effects of sleep medications

8/21/2014 - Restful sleep is one of the most important factors in disease prevention, immune support, hormone regulation and overall well-being. But several new studies show that shift workers who labor at odd or inconsistent hours on a regular basis tend to miss out on it, which increases their risk of type 2...

Diabetes risk cut in half by avoiding work stress, study shows

8/15/2014 - Does work stress you out? Unless you're lucky enough to be the exception, work is probably one of your leading sources of stress, primarily because it's a root cause nearly impossible to eliminate. Scientists working for the German Research Center for Environmental Health discovered a strong correlation...

Regular consumption of red and processed meats boosts diabetes risk by nearly fifty percent

6/24/2013 - Diabetes is a metabolic disease characterized by high levels of glucose in the blood caused by a resistance to the effects of insulin to usher sugar into cells and muscles to be used as fuel. As such, diabetes is commonly believed to be caused by excess consumption of sugary foods and processed, fast-releasing...

No aerobics needed: To reduce diabetes risk, just spend less time sitting

3/19/2013 - Spending less of your waking hours sitting or lying down may do more to reduce your risk of Type II diabetes than meeting current recommendations for moderate or vigorous exercise, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Leicester and published in Diabetologia, the journal...

Sugar sweetened drinks increase heart disease and diabetes risk in women

2/14/2012 - The result of a research study released by the American Heart Association's (AHA) Scientific Sessions provides evidence that women drinking two or more sugary drinks a day may increase waistline size and risk of heart disease, even if they don't gain weight. Heart disease is the leading killer of women...

Eating processed meat boosts diabetes risk by 40 percent

12/2/2009 - A report based on data from 12 pooled cohort studies on heavy meat diets was led by Dagfinn Aune from the University of Oslo and published in the journal Diabetologia. The study determined that the high intake of processed meat may increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by up to 41 percent....

Eating Less Sugar Cuts Diabetes Risk in Latinos

10/24/2009 - Latino teenagers can decrease their risk of diabetes by eating less sugar and more fiber, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Southern California and published in the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. Researchers divided 66 overweight Latino teenagers...

Antidepressant Drugs Raises Diabetes Risk by 30 Percent

10/10/2008 - The use of antidepressant medications significantly increases a person's risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, according to a study conducted by a researcher from the University of Alberta, Canada, and published in the journal Diabetes Research & Clinical Practice. Researcher Lauren Brown concluded...

Half of all Americans carry diabetes risk gene for poor glucose tolerance

2/2/2007 - According to a recent study, roughly half of all Americans carry a variant of a gene that increases susceptibility to diabetes. The study, published this month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, was authored by researchers from the University of Marylandís school of Medicine and department...

Coffee intake linked to lower diabetes risk (press release)

8/29/2006 - Drinking coffee, especially when it is decaffeinated, may be associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a report in the June 26 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. Previous studies in the United States and Europe have...

Overweight Ups Your Diabetes Risk (press release)

8/7/2006 - Wondering if you're going to develop diabetes in your lifetime? Spend a minute on the bathroom scale: According to new research, your weight can provide a good indication of your future risk. Nearly three out of four morbidly obese 18-year-old men, for example, will develop type 2 diabetes in their...

Diabetes risk more easily controlled by food choice in blacks, Hispanics

7/14/2006 - A study in the July issue of Diabetes Care shows that blacks, Asians and Hispanics in the United States run a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, but it is easier for those groups to reduce their diabetes risk through dietary changes than it is for whites. Researchers studied 78,000 nurses in good health...

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