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Prediabetes: Being a 'night owl' may lead to weight gain
Having a preference for evening activities, as well as sleeping at different times in the weekdays and weekends, may lead to weight gain in some people.
What are monk fruit and stevia?
Monk fruit and stevia are natural, plant-based sweeteners. The products tend to contain few, if any, calories, carbohydrates, and sugars, and people use them as alternatives to sugar, honey, and other sweeteners. Here, we describe what monk fruit and stevia are and how to choose between them.
Can you have hypoglycemia without diabetes?
Hypoglycemia occurs when a person's blood sugar levels drop too low. It can cause dizziness, confusion, and loss of consciousness, among other symptoms. While diabetes is the most common cause of hypoglycemia, it can result from other medical conditions. Learn about them here.
How red blood cells harm cardiovascular health in diabetes
It takes people with type 2 diabetes longer to recover from cardiovascular injury. They are also more exposed to it. But why? New research investigates.
Why are my fingers pruney or wrinkled?
Pruney fingers are a common experience after taking a long bath, swimming, or washing dishes. They may be more likely to happen in warm water than cold water. In this article, learn about why this happens, as well as other causes of pruney or wrinkled fingers. We also cover treatment and when to see a doctor.
Is a subcutaneous injection painful?
A subcutaneous injection is an injection into the fatty tissue. There is a range of types, and people use them in the treatment of diabetes and other conditions. Some people needing injections frequently may have to learn how they are done. Learn more about subcutaneous injections, including how to do them, here.
Molecular 'switch' controls how much muscle we build
New research explores the protein that controls why some people respond better to resistance training exercises and why others build endurance more easily.
How does weight loss 'fix' type 2 diabetes?
A recent trial has shown that weight loss can send type 2 diabetes into remission. Now, researchers explain why it happens, and why it doesn't always work.
What causes dizziness and vomiting?
Vomiting and dizziness are not pleasant but often go away on their own. However, it is vital to be aware of causes that warrant medical attention. Learn about possible causes of dizziness and vomiting, including anxiety, infections, inner ear problems, migraines, and cyclic vomiting syndrome.
Only 2 weeks of inactivity can hasten diabetes onset in seniors
New research shows that interrupting physical activity for 2 weeks is enough to raise blood sugar levels and speed up the onset of diabetes among seniors.
'Normal' blood sugar levels may not be so normal after all
Stanford researchers show that blood glucose levels considered 'normal' often hide spikes that are well above what is deemed healthy.
What is a lipoma?
A lipoma is a small, fatty lump that grows under a person’s skin. Lipomas typically appear on the shoulders, trunk, neck, or armpits. It is not clear what cause lipomas, but they are usually harmless. Surgeons can remove lipomas for cosmetic reasons or if they are causing pain or other symptoms. Learn more here.
Are dates healthful?
Dates are sweet fruits that grow in bundles on date palms. While they are high in natural sugar, they also contain many essential nutrients. In this article, learn about the benefits of eating dates as well as whether they are suitable to eat for people avoiding sugar, such as those with diabetes.
'Link between diabetes and cancer risk firmly established'
A major new review confirms that diabetes increases cancer risk, with an added warning: the risk is much higher for women, and we need to understand why.
How to stop shivering
Shivering usually occurs when a person is too cold, but there are other possible causes. These include fever, stress, low blood sugar, and anxiety. Shivering generally resolves on its own, but treatment may be necessary for some underlying causes. Here, learn more about the causes of shivering and when to see a doctor.
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