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Juvenile Diabetics Lacking in Vitamin D
Posted: Tuesday, December 30, 2008
An unexpected risk has recently been found for youths with type 1 diabetes. Joslin Diabetes Center researchers have found that the majority of juvenile diabetics have insufficient levels of vitamin D, a condition that often leads to bone frailty and fractures later in life. Research has also linked vitamin D to skin cancer.

Thiazolidinediones Increase Fracture Risk in Women
Posted: Friday, December 12, 2008
Two widely prescribed type 2 diabetes drugs have recently been shown to increase risk of fractures in women, following long-term usage.

Lower Carbs Leads to Diminished Brain Function
Posted: Friday, December 12, 2008
A new study out of Tufts University has uncovered a major drawback to "low-carb diets," which have garnered a large contingency over the past decade. The study revealed that low-carb diets induce decreased cognitive ability, especially memory.

Body Clock Gene Linked to Diabetes Risk
Posted: Monday, December 08, 2008
A gene related to melatonin, a hormone thought to be responsible for humans sleep-wake cycles, has now been linked to diabetes risk. High blood sugar levels were observed through disrupted sleep patterns, due to variations in the gene.

Fatty Liver More Risky than Apple Shape
Posted: Friday, December 05, 2008
It's long been accepted that overweight individuals with higher proportions of fat in the gut, as apposed to the lower body, are more at risk for conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. A new study has found, however, that excess liver fat is the most indicative of future health risks, with outer fat proportions taking a back-seat in riskiness.

Protein Responds to Fat, But Not in Fat People
Posted: Tuesday, December 02, 2008
A protein produced in the liver has been found to appear in direct response to the consumption of fatty foods, preparing the body for the fats arrival. The same study showed, however, that obese individuals often lack normal levels of this protein, suggesting that the discovery of this protein's mechanism could lead to novel ways for treating the well-documented obesity epidemic.

Diabetic Laziness Related to Fear of Hypoglycemia
Posted: Tuesday, December 02, 2008
Over 60% of type 1 diabetics are considered inactive, and a recent study has concluded that a fear of exercise induced hypoglycemia might be a big reason why. This reasoning is seriously flawed however, as proper exercise is essential to diabetes maintenance.

Vitamin K Combats Insulin Resistance in Elderly Men
Posted: Friday, November 28, 2008
A recent study has demonstrated that vitamin K slows the progression of insulin resistance in elderly men, but has little effect on elderly women.

Rosiglitazone More Dangerous Than Pioglitazone for Elderly Diabetics
Posted: Monday, November 24, 2008
Two oral medications for type 2 diabetes, rosiglitazone and pioglitazone, have both been shown to have benefit and potentially high risk. A recent study has concluded that rosigilitazone is significantly more dangerous for older diabetics.

Diabetes Increases Risk of Pelvic Girdle Syndrome
Posted: Thursday, November 20, 2008
Pregnant diabetic women might be at increased risk of suffering from pelvic girdle syndrome (PGS), according to a recent Norwegian study. Past research had shown that the hormone relaxin, was related to both PGS and type 1 diabetes, but this is the first study to investigate a potential direct link between PGS and diabetes.

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