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How Many Carbohydrates Should A Person With Diabetes Eat Each Day?
Carbohydrates are extremely important and should not be eliminated or severely restricted from a person's diet. Read more about carbohydrates and diabetics. (Low-carb diet, Carbs, Diabetic Meal Planning)

Smoking May Increase Risk of Diabetes
Smoking may increase the risk of developing diabetes, according to new research by investigators at Wake Forest University School of Medicine and colleagues. The surprising finding emerged when researchers examined the relationship between smoking and diabetes among participants in a major national study. (diabetes research, insulin resistance, cause of diabetes)

Diabetes and Neuropathy
Diabetic Neuropathy can affect virtually every part of the body. Diabetic nerve damage eventually affects some 65 percent of people with diabetes. As with other diabetes complications, poor blood glucose control lies at the root of neuropathy. Symptoms and types of neuropathy. (Peripheral Neuropathy, Autonomic Neuropathy, Focal Neuropathy)

Higher Body Iron Stores Predict Future Risk of Women Developing Type 2 Diabetes
In the first large study to assess iron stores and risk of type 2 diabetes in an apparently healthy population, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) found that higher iron stores were associated with significantly elevated risk of type 2 diabetes, independent of other known diabetes risk factors. (Diabetes Research, Type 2 Diabetes)

Breastfeeding Appears To Reduce Diabetes Risk
Women who breastfeed for more than six months might reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes, says a new study thought to be the first to make such a connection. (Type ii Diabetes, Diabetes Prevention)

21 Million Americans (7%) Have Diabetes, CDC Finds
Nearly 21 million Americans have diabetes, most of them the type-2 variety associated with being overweight, too little exercise and poor diet, reported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (Type 2 Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, Syndrome X, Diabetes Statistics)

Type 2 Diabetes and Triglycerides
The combination of high triglycerides, low HDL cholesterol and central obesity are the hallmarks of the metabolic syndrome diabetic dyslipidemia, which occurs in 80 percent of people with type 2 diabetes. The frightening significance of this combination of risk factors is the marked incidence in these people of premature death from heart disease. (Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease, Obesity)

Vitamin E Helps Combat Heart Attacks For Those With Diabetes
A new study has indicated that about 40 percent of diabetic patients can reduce their risk of heart attacks and of dying from heart disease by taking vitamin E supplements.

Bowel Cancer Risk Higher for Men with Diabetes
Having diabetes apparently raises men's risk of developing colorectal cancer. After factoring in age and other variables, the researchers found that diabetes was associated with a 49 percent higher likelihood of developing both colon and rectal cancer. (Diabetic Complications, Colon Cancer)

The Diabetes-Parkinson's Connection
Finnish researchers have turned up a disturbing link between diabetes and Parkinson's disease, the nervous system disorder that leads to muscle tremors and paralysis. (Diabetic Complications, Parkinson's Disease, Nervous System Disorders)

Diabetes May Solve Puzzles Of The Brain
Glucose and the glucose-regulating hormone insulin have long been studied by scientists looking for a cure for diabetes. Now the substances are increasingly coming under the study of brain scientists because it appears they might just be golden keys to brain health as we age. (Alzheimers, Insulin, Diabetic Complications)

Bitter Melon Has Potent Anti-Diabetes Effects
Substances isolated from bitter melon, a plant eaten and used medicinally in much of Asia, could provide the basis of new drugs for treating diabetes and obesity, an international team of researchers reports. (Bitter Melon, Diabetes, Obesity)

24 Million Americans Have Diabetes
The number of Americans with diabetes has grown to about 24 million people, or roughly 8 percent of the U.S. population, the government announced recently. The number represents an increase of about 3 million over two years. (Diabetes Research, Diabetes Statistics)

"Little-Known" Natural Remedies for Diabetes
There is extensive research regarding herbs that positively affect blood sugar.  Learn about 5 important herbs for diabetic health.  (Diabetes management, diabetic product)

Help For Kids To Fight Diabetes?
New research suggests that fish oil may reduce a child's risk of developing type 1 diabetes. (Juvenile-Onset Diabetes, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Diabetes Research)
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diabetes insipidus (in-SIP-ih-dus)
a condition characterized by frequent and heavy urination, excessive thirst and an overall feeling of weakness. This condition may be caused by a defect in the pituitary gland or in the kidney. In diabetes insipidus, blood glucose levels are normal.

juvenile diabetes
former term for insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), or Type 1 diabetes.

Recognized Diabetes Education Programs
diabetes self-management education programs that are approved by the American Diabetes Association.

macrosomia (mack-roh-SOH-mee-ah)
abnormally large; in diabetes, refers to abnormally large babies that may be born to women with diabetes.

metabolic syndrome
the tendency of several conditions to occur together, including obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes or pre-diabetes, hypertension, and high lipids.
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