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Some Myths on Diabetes Mellitus

The World Diabetes Day is celebrated every year on 14 November. On this day, Frederick Banting was born, who, together with Charles Best, played a significant role in the discovery of insulin in 1922, saving lives of people with diabetes. […]

Why You Should Never Fear Diabetes?

Diabetes mellitus type 2 (insulin-independent) is a disease of endocrine system, in which pancreas can not produce enough insulin or the body is not able to adequately use it. As a result, hyperglycemia develops – increased level of glucose in […]

Diabetic Threat for Feet

Diabetic neuropathy – lesions of nerves that belong to peripheral nervous system. These are nerves with which brain and spinal cord control muscles and internal organs. Diabetic neuropathy is a common and dangerous complication of diabetes. It causes a variety […]

Weight Gains during pregnancy has greater risk of having diabetes

A new research about diabetes and early pregnancy has been link together.  Reports are saying that there is a 50% chance of having gestational diabetes during the first trimester that a woman is pregnant. It is a three-years old study where they followed […]

The Truth about Diabetes and Fatty Foods

A person who likes eating meat has a higher tendency of developing fat than those who aren’t inclined to eating meats.  As the fat in our body increase then our insulin resistance level also increases.  If fat will be the […]

New Insulin to be inhaled

Inhaled insulin is not new in the market since one type of insulin already introduces it (Exubera) but was pulled out in the market since it has some side effects.  Now a new form of inhaled insulin is ready to […]

Eating Brown Rice could prevent Diabetes

Researchers have conducted a study on more than 200,000 individuals who don’t have diabetes.  Some of them are eating brown rice and whole grain, and the second batch simply eats white rice.  The participants were assessed every 2 hours and […]

Fat hormone proves beneficial to diabetic

A certain fat hormone called leptin proves promising in curing diabetes. Researchers found out that it controls the activity of the gene known as IGFBP2 in the liver. It has a positive effect on animals that lowers their blood sugar so it […]