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All it takes is modest changes to lifestyle to help stop a person with prediabetes from going on to develop diabetes.
Higher consumption of fruits, vegetables and whole grains will help decrease your risk of developing diabetes.
The International Diabetes Federation released a statement in 2011 to consider bariatric surgery as an early treatment in managing diabetes for obese patients, and not a last resort.
Replacing fats and proteins in your diet with high-quality carbohydrates is associated with a lower risk for type 2 diabetes.
There are plenty of 'sweet' myths floating out there so let's set things right about diabetes.
WITH Covid-19 raging around the globe, we tend to overlook a disease that has been quietly affecting people worldwide for far longer than this viral infection.
A study in Denmark finds that children of mothers who have diabetes during pregnancy, have an increased risk of developing heart disease at a young age.
Living with type 1 diabetes is not easy, but it can be managed and controlled properly with discipline and commitment.
When Amri Rahim was diagnosed with diabetes two years ago, it was just the wake-up call he needed to change his sedentary lifestyle and stop his excessive eating.
From 'sugar causes diabetes' to eating carrots to improve night vision, these common health beliefs are thought to be true by many, but may cause more harm than good.These common health beliefs are thought to be true by many, but may cause more harm than good.