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A team of researchers from
Cleveland Clinic and New York University School of Medicine
analyzed causes of death in the US using the latest figures from
They found that obesity
resulted in as much as 47 percent more life-years lost than
tobacco, which had the same outcomes as high...
Persons with type 1 and type 2 diabetes are the biggest winners
as Sweden shows a sharp decrease in cardiovascular diseases since
Sahlgrenska Academy study noted a 40 percent reduction of
cardiovascular disease in type 1 diabetes (compared to a
non-diabetes control group)...
Children with obesity face four times the risk of developing
type 2 diabetes compared to children with a body mass index (BMI)
in the normal range, according to a study published in
theJournal of the Endocrine Society.
For the study the researchers reviewed health records of...
Relatively small changes - such as losing as little as 3
kilograms or maintaining our weight - could have a significant
effect in reducing the health impact of overweight or obesity in
Australia, according to a new report from the Australian Institute
of Health and Welfare (AIHW).
Bruno Doiron, Ph.D., (left), and Ralph DeFronzo, M.D., of UT
Health San Antonio co-invented a patented technique that has cured
diabetes in mice for one year without side effects.
A potential cure for Type 1 diabetes looms on the horizon in San
Antonio, US, and the novel approach would...
A US study using Medicaid claims data shows that without
lifestyle changes, such as weight loss and moderate physical
activity, up to a third of people with prediabetes can develop type
2 diabetes within 5 years.
Researchers found out that people diagnosed with prediabetes
have a 15 - 30...
Obesity-related insulin resistance is driven by low-grade
chronic inflammation of metabolic tissues, finds new research out
of Toronto, Canada.
In obese individuals, accumulation of fat in the liver, termed
nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), has been linked to the
By Robert Lustig, as featured in the
Professor Robert Lustigis professor of paediatrics
at University of California, San Francisco. He is in Australia for
theBioCeuticals Research Symposium.
Australia is in the grip of the twin crises of obesity and type
Researchers from the University of Queensland have found a link
between statins and type 2 diabetes.
Among women aged 75, the researchers found those taking statins
were 33 per cent more likely to develop diabetes.
The study's lead author Dr Mark Jones, of the UQ School of
Public Health, said...
Taking 10,000 steps a day is considered the magical number for
losing weight and getting fit.
Most fitness wearables set their default to this number,
national health bodies* recommend it to improve health and reduce
the risk of disease, and fitness experts say that walking 10,000**