"Radical diet can reverse type 2 diabetes," The Guardian reports
Patients and doctors may not realise a disease which costs the NHS £22m a day can be reversed BBC News reports. The disease, type 2 diabetes, can be reversed through weight loss.
'Being bullied at work dramatically raises the risk of developing diabetes, according to new research' the Mail Online reports.
Diabetics should save bread for last at mealtime to keep their blood sugar under control the Mail Online reports. A small study found that people with type 2 diabetes who saved their carbohydrates until the end of their meal were less likely to experience a sudden raise in their blood sugar levels.
News article about a laboratory study investigating the properties of camomile tea in relation to diabetes in rats
“A weekly treatment for type 2 diabetes has proved safe and effective for patients”, The Guardian reported. It said the treatment, exenatide, is already available,
Scientists may have discovered a new way of monitoring diabetes, by performing a breath test rather than the usual blood test, reported The Daily Telegraph. “Children
'People with diabetes 48% more likely to suffer heart attack' The Guardian reports and the Daily Mail adds 'people with diabetes also 65% more likely to have heart failure'. The stories are prompted by an audit into diabetes-related complications…
“Diabetes is linked to breast size,” is the headline in The Sun. The report below goes on to say that “women who wear a large bra size are much more likely to develop