Diet Soda, Sweeteners Can Still Cause Diabetes, Study FindsA study of rats has revealed that artificial sweeteners, commonly used in zero-calorie sodas, actually did as much harm to the body as a high-sugar diet.
Apple Watch Can Detect Diabetes With 85% Accuracy, Study SaysAccording to a study released by Apple, the Apple Watch can accurately tell whether the wearer does or does not have diabetes 85 percent of the time.
Using Mouthwash Too Often Raises Diabetes Risk, Study SaysA person using mouthwash twice a day was increasing their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by as much as 55 percent.
Regular Alcohol Consumption Could Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study FindsRegular consumption of certain alcoholic drinks in moderate amounts could cut a person's risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.
Sleep Lab Study: Overnight Shift Workers Linked To Diabetes, ObesityMillions of Americans who work overnight, graveyard shifts are subject a range of negative metabolism and sleep cycle problems – and researchers are testing volunteers in sleep labs to find out why flipping one’s work schedule creates such hormonal changes.
Properly Fitting Shoes Key to Exercise, Stopping Pre-DiabetesOne in three Americans are starting to feel the symptoms of diabetes even if they haven’t been diagnosed. Exercise and healthy eating would help and having properly fitting workout shoes is key.
New Statistics Show Gestational Diabetes Cases IncreasingDoctors are now finding that gestational diabetes is more common than they thought.
Research: Women With Diabetes More Likely To Develop Heart DiseaseForget what you think you know about heart disease. There's new information that's shaking things up a bit.
Patriots Release Player After He Was Diagnosed With DiabetesThe New England Patriots released defensive tackle Kyle Love on Wednesday after he was diagnosed with diabetes.
Study: Sugary Drinks Involved In Almost 200,000 Deaths Per Year InternationallyAccording to recent research conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health, sugar-laden drinks such as sodas and sports drinks can be linked to approximately 180,000 deaths around the world each year.
Face Connecticut, February 13. 2011