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Artificial sweeteners tied to obesity, Type 2 diabetes

Artificial sweeteners tied to obesity, Type 2 diabetes | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
Diet pop and other artificially sweetened products may cause us to eat and drink even more calories and increase our risk for obesity and Type 2 diabetes, researchers are learning.

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Artificial sweeteners tied to obesity, Type 2 diabetes

Artificial sweeteners tied to obesity, Type 2 diabetes | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
Diet pop and other artificially sweetened products may cause us to eat and drink even more calories and increase our risk for obesity and Type 2 diabetes, researchers are learning.

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Resveratrol May Benefit Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes - Natural Standard Blog (blog)

Resveratrol May Benefit Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes - Natural Standard Blog (blog) | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
Resveratrol May Benefit Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes
Natural Standard Blog (blog)
Resveratrol is a naturally occurring molecule identified in over 70 plant species, including nuts, grapes, pine trees, and certain vines, as well as in red wine.

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AT&T, Numera Offer New Personal Health Gateway

AT&T, Numera Offer New Personal Health Gateway | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
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Getting outside the four walls of the hospital!

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Avocados tied to lower risk of metabolic syndrome

Avocados tied to lower risk of metabolic syndrome | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
Eating avocados could protect you from serious illnesses such as type 2 diabetes according to new research published in the Nutrition Journal.
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Typical study design questions: is this merely replacing foods with more deleterious effects?  Or is there something about avocado consumption, per se, that drives lower BMI?

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Permanent stress can cause type 2 diabetes in men

Permanent stress can cause type 2 diabetes in men | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
Men who reported permanent stress have a significantly higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than men who reported no stress.

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Type 2 diabetes linked to cancer risk; what you need to know - LubbockOnline.com

Type 2 diabetes linked to cancer risk; what you need to know
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Research has identified a link between type 2 diabetes and cancer risk.
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Losing Weight by Eating More Often | dailyRx

Losing Weight by Eating More Often | dailyRx | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
For those who like to eat often, there may be a diet plan for you. And for those who want to stick with cutting calories, that still works to some degree.
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Never hungry, never full.

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Moderate exercise linked to better quality of life for type 2 diabetics

Moderate exercise linked to better quality of life for type 2 diabetics | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
Exercising three times a week can significantly improve the quality of life for overweight people with type 2 diabetes, according to researchers from the University of Bath.
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"A little bit of exercise goes a long way."

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Online diabetes support program does not yield sustainable results

Online diabetes support program does not yield sustainable results | Diabetes Prevention and care | Scoop.it
An online disease management system for patients with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes resulted in significantly reduced A1C levels and improved diabetes control after 6  months but that improvement was not sustained after 12 months, according to a...
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Does the feedback fall into the background? Or is it too automated (not enough variability)? Is there not enough accountibility? Or too few incentives?

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