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Why Do Skinny Asian Americans Have a Higher Diabetes Risk?

Asian Americans are not considered to have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

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Diabetes Risk May Be Significantly Reduced By Eating The Right Kind Of Carbs

A cardiologist reveals that choosing the right kinds of carb has a significant effect in decreasing diabetes risk. In particular, he warns against startchy food which he says contributes to increased diabetes risks by 23 percent. However, the effect can be offset if one eats a diet of high percentage of fiber and suggest that a good carbs to fiber ration is 10 grams carbs for every gram of fiber.

New York City Board Of Health Approves Bloomberg's Over Sized Sugary Drink Ban

Sugary Drink Does This To Your Body After A Year

What actually happen right after we digest sugar, and what happen a decade after?

Weekend Catch – Up Sleep Might Decrease Diabetes Risk

Weekend Catch–Up Sleep Might Decrease Diabetes Risk

Generally, sleep deprivation can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, but according to a new study, the catch–up sleep on weekends can reverse the effect of sleep deprivation.

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7 More Excuses to Drink More Coffee, More Benefits For You - From Preventing Certain Types of Cancer to Lowering Chances of Alzheimer's Disease

Coffee is not only a drink for many, it is part of their lifestyle, more so, a part of their daily routine. In the US alone, over 100 million people are drinking coffee at least once a day.

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6 Incredible Spices That Save Life: Garlic Fights Off Dementia, Saffron Treats Epilepsy, and MORE

Michelin star chef and 'Hell's Kitchen' host Gordon Ramsay says: "Kitchens are hard environments and they form incredibly strong characters." Chefs, however, are not the only stars in the kitchen. Many gems are hidden away often taken for granted. Of these, six have been listed along with their amazing benefits to life and health.

Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetic Women Prone to Having Heart Attacks Than Men

Diabetic Women Prone to Having Heart Attacks Than Men

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Experts Reveal that Weight Loss Surgery Can Reverse Diabetes

Experts Reveal that Weight Loss Surgery Can Reverse Diabetes

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Experts Reveal, 3 to 4 Cups of Coffee Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

There are compounds in coffee that has the same qualities as an anti-diabetic drug that gives a lot of hope in lowering the risk of having type 2 diabetes.

Olive Oil

Olive Oil's Health Benefits Revealed

Consuming olive oil has a number of health benefits.

People with Type 2 Diabetes

The Easiest Exercise Routines May Help Lower Blood Pressure for Overweight People

Researchers said that with a few minutes of easy exercise every day could help lower blood pressure for overweight and obese people who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.


Diabetes-Related Health Problems Decline Drastically: Heart Attacks and Strokes Fall

The rate of five serious diabetes-related complications have dropped intensely since 1990.

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Obesity Surgery Combats Type 2 Diabetes: Weight Loss for Patients Helps

Thinking about weight loss surgery? Researchers have found that it may just help patients with type 2 diabetes.

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Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Can Cause Brain Damage in Middle Age

Researchers have discovered that those who develop type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure in middle age are much more likely to suffer brain damage, which can continue to dementia as they grow older.

Is The Most Popular Rule of Weight Loss Completely Wrong?

Low Carb Diet for Diabetes: Eat Fat to Stay Healthy

Want to get skinny? Eat fat. That's according to a new report which states that dumping carbs and sugar while eating fats could potentially lead to weight loss and may also help reverse Type II diabetes.

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Starbucks Launches New Low-Calorie Iced Chocolate Almondmilk Shaken Expresso

March 2 is the first official day that multinational coffee chain Starbucks is serving its new dairy-free coffee drinks, and one of them, the Iced Chocolate Almondmilk Shaken Espresso has caught the eyes and palate of health buffs.

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