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Diabetic diet advice may help newly diagnosed patients with type 2 diabetes achieve better control of blood sugar levels

June 27, 2011
Some people are their own worst enemy when it comes to diabetes management. Individuals with type 2 diabetes can stray from their diabetic diet and think that their physician will be none the wiser by the time they are due for their regular HbA1c test.
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Study highlights the growing prevalence of type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes worldwide

June 27, 2011
Some individuals with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes are the only members of their family or group of friends who have the condition.
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Researchers investigate nerve damage among individuals with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes

June 24, 2011
Many physicians warn their patients who have type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes that poor diabetes management may result in painful nerve damage.
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How young people are coping with type 2 diabetes

June 24, 2011
Some health experts have warned that poor eating habits and little exercise have contributed to a significant increase in type 2 diabetes diagnoses among young adults.
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Amino acid shown to improve pre-diabetes in laboratory rodents

June 23, 2011
Many health experts have cited high-fat American diets as one of the reasons why a growing number or people in the U.S. are diagnosed with pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes.
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Heavy snacking may be a higher risk factor for pre-diabetes than high-fat diet

June 20, 2011
While a high-fat diet has been shown to increase a person's risk of developing pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes, the specific types of food that make up this type of eating regimen may play a larger role in these diseases than previously thought.
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Decision tool may take the guess work out of type 2 diabetes treatment planning

June 17, 2011
Due to the growing number of Americans who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, drug manufacturers have ramped up research on different diabetes medications that can help control blood glucose levels as well as symptoms of some other metabolic disorders.
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Lifestyle Changes to Delay or Manage Type 2 Diabetes May Include Cutting Down on TV Time

June 17, 2011
A study shows that cutting back on television viewing time could reduce diabetes risk and/or help people with diabetes manage their condition.
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New diabetes medications for individuals with type 2 diabetes may be on the horizon

June 16, 2011
Many doctors recommend that in addition to healthy lifestyle changes, patients who have type 2 diabetes take diabetes medications to help control their blood sugar levels.
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Type 2 diabetes may be a higher risk factor for stroke, cardiac event recurrence than metabolic syndrome

June 16, 2011
Heart health is a major concern for many Americans, especially those who have been told that their odds of experiencing a heart attack or stroke are high because they have risk factors like metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes or a family history of cardiovascular disease.
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