What Candy Can People With Diabetes Eat and How Much Is Safe?
Think candy is off-limits simply because you have diabetes? Not a chance! I encourage people with diabetes to remember that a diabetes diet is really just a healthier diet, says Rainie Carter, RD, CDE, who is in private practice in Birmingham, Alabama. She suggests thinking of candy as a dessert, versus a snack.
May 26 5:17AM EverydayHealth.com

Everything You Need To Know
Having diabetes does not mean you should be within the confines of your home. By doing some smart planning and thorough preparation, you can go anywhere whether it is a camping excursion, a cross-country train adventure, a relaxing cruise, or a trip to various countries.
May 25 5:45PM TheDiabetesCouncil.com

Urine smells like popcorn: Causes, symptoms, and when to see a doctor
Table of contents Causes and symptoms When to see a doctor Outlook The common causes of a popcorn smell include diabetes, pregnancy, and a diet high in protein. This article will discuss some of the reasons a person's urine may smell like popcorn and explain when to see a doctor about changes in urine odor.
May 25 1:10PM Medical News Today

Simple eye exam can verify whether a diabetic has nerve damage, according to new study
(Natural News) There's a new way to look at whether a person with Type 2 diabetes has nerve damage. In a study of people with the condition, researchers found that a simple eye exam, aided by the use of a special microscope, can determine within 10 minutes whether a person with Type 2 diabetes has suffered from nerve damage.
May 24 3:44PM NaturalNews.com

Deep brain stimulation found to improve diabetes symptoms
A team of researchers from several institutions in the Netherlands and Yale University in the U.S.
May 24 1:18PM medicalxpress.com

Deep Brain Stimulation Boosts Insulin Sensitivity
Electrical stimulation of the brain's ventral striatum increases the body's sensitivity to insulin, apparently by boosting dopamine levels, researchers reported yesterday (May 23) in Science Translational Medicine. As Science reports, the finding began serendipitously, when a Dutch man being treated for obsessive-compulsive disorder with deep brain stimulation (DBS) found that his diabetes symptoms also improved.
May 24 12:05PM The Scientist

Your spouse's BMI may predict your diabetes risk
New research links the BMI of one spouse and the other spouse's risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The researchers say efforts to detect undiagnosed diabetes and so-called pre-diabetes should not focus exclusively on the individual, but rather on couples and households.
May 23 10:00PM Futurity

Diabetes mellitus Typ II, Klinische Therapie-Aspekte (Spezielle Pharma, Q9, Full HD, 2018)
May 23 2:00PM

One in eight people set to have type 2 diabetes by 2045, says study
One in eight people in the world will have type 2 diabetes by 2045 if obesity continues to climb at the present rate, according to a new study. Last year, 14% of the global population was obese and 9% had type 2 diabetes.
May 22 10:04PM the Guardian

Married couples share risk of developing diabetes
Science News from research organizations Date: Source: University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Summary: Researchers have discovered a connection between the BMI of one spouse and the other spouse's risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The researchers therefore believe that efforts to detect undiagnosed diabetes and so-called prediabetes should not focus exclusively on the individual, but also on couples and households.
May 22 7:02PM ScienceDaily

Jennifer Sun, MD: Why Ophthalmology Needs Machine Learning
Thomas Castles@Thomas_Castles There are now more than 100 million Americans with diabetes or prediabetes, according to a recent estimate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That's nearly a third of the US population.
May 22 6:45PM Healthcare Analytic News

Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes Updated
What do updates to the Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes mean for you? The American Diabetes Association's Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes play a big role in your life. You may not realize itor even know what they arebut your health care providers do.
May 22 6:30PM Diabetes Forecast

Chi Kung (Qigong) for Diabetes
Andy Wright has put together a nine move set, with all the moves benefiting the condition of diabetes. He has researched the best of the best and has created this FREE set of qigong exercises based upon the underlying reasons of good Qi flow.
May 22 3:33PM

Apples and diabetes: Benefits, risks, and other fruits
Table of contents Overview Benefits of apples Other fruits Fruit juices Outlook According to the American Diabetes Association, although they contain sugars and carbohydrates, eating apples and other fruit is not a problem for a person with either type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes. Apples contain a different kind of sugar to foods with added sugar, and they also contain fiber and nutrients.
May 22 1:10PM Medical News Today

Optimal Health - Your Journey for a Long & Happy Life
Most health research experts agree millions die each year from preventable diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and even many cancers. Many of these diseases can even be reversed with simple lifestyle changes which is what this course is all about.
May 22 3:41AM

T2DM: Diabetes and Indigenous Australians
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians have the fourth highest rate of type 2 diabetes in the world. It is estimated that between 10 and 30 per cent of .
May 22 3:09AM

Fasting Diet for Effortless Weight Loss
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May 22 3:03AM

Diagnosed with Diabetes After Pancreas Surgery
Believe it or not, on rare occasions, getting diabetes is actually a choice -- a lesser of evils, but a choice to eliminate pain and suffering. That is, the surgical procedure to treat chronic pancreatitis (CP) ends up causing a form of type 1 diabetes known as pancreatogenic diabetes.
May 21 4:30PM Healthline

Beta Bionics Receives IDE Approval from the FDA to Begin a Home-Use Clinical Trial Testing the New iLet Bionic Pancreas System
First trial to test Fiasp - Novo Nordisk's latest formulation of fast-acting insulin aspart - using autonomous insulin delivery The bionic pancreas will also be tested with the conventional formulations of insulin aspart and insulin lispro in both adults and children with type 1 diabetes who use either an insulin pump or multiple daily injection therapy for their usual care Trial to use Dexcom's Continuous Glucose Monitoring System BOSTON, May 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Beta Bionics, Inc. - a medical technology company leveraging machine learning artificial intelligence to develop and commercialize the world's first autonomous bionic pancreas - today announced that it has received FDA approval to begin recruitment for home-use studies testing the insulin-only configuration of its iLet bionic pancreas system in a series of groundbreaking trials in adults and children with type 1 diabetes (T1D).
May 21 3:13PM GlobeNewswire News Room

New research linking intermittent fasting to increased diabetes risk stirs debate
New research presented recently at the European Society of Endocrinology annual meeting is suggesting the intermittent fasting diets may actually damage the pancreas and increase a person's risk for type 2 diabetes. The research stands in opposition to many studies in recent years that have pointed to the positive health effects of intermittent fasting and experts suggest this new data should be treated with caution.
May 21 12:58AM newatlas.com