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11 April, 2022 By Michelle McAdmin
5 Lesser-Known Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes

The symptoms of type 2 tend to develop gradually. You won’t go to bed not having diabetes only to wake up with the disease the following day. But after a while, the most common signs of diabetes, such as constant thirst and frequent urination, will become unmistakable and unavoidable. But there are plenty of more […]

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4 April, 2022 By Michelle McAdmin
Carb-Rich Breakfasts May Help People With Diabetes Live Longer, New Study Suggests

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and that is certainly the case with people with diabetes. But not all breakfasts are created equal, and a new study suggests that including carbohydrate-rich foods in the first meal of the day  – and throttling back on the carbs later in the […]

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28 March, 2022 By Michelle McAdmin
Sleeping With Light On May Increase Diabetes Risk

If you sleep with the light on, new research may keep you up at night. Several studies suggest that keeping the lights on at night may increase your risk for heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Light helps the body’s internal clock govern a host of biological functions from temperature to the release of hormones […]

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