Female sexual dysfunction and diabetes



Diabetes comes with a lot of complications, including sexual dysfunction. There has been a lot of research on the relation between type 2 diabetes and erectile dysfunction (ED) in male patients with … [Read more...]


June updates: linking diabetes to cancer, weight loss and environmental cues



Today I am bringing you the latest research updates on diabetes: how cancer, loss weight and environmental factors are linked to diabetes Increased cancer risk of people with type 2 diabetes What … [Read more...]


Healthy Hispanic food for everyone – even for diabetics



I love Mexican food. Tortillas, enchilladas, tacos, to name a few. Unfortunately, like many delicious food, they can be full of calories and cholesterol. The National Diabetes Education Program has … [Read more...]


Short sleep increases diabetes risk



Daylight savings time has started in the US. In Europe, we are only springing forward come end of March. In a previous post, I've discussed about the adverse effects of sleep disturbances on … [Read more...]


The Diabetes Prevention Program



The Diabetes Prevention Program, DPP. The Diabetes Prevention Program was a randomized clinical trial that involved 27 diabetes centers across the United States. Additionally it included over 3000 … [Read more...]


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