Diabetes and prediabetes rates in US reach new highs in national report from CDC (dailyRx News) Diabetes has been on the radar of health experts for many years now. It seems that despite increased awareness and attention, diabetes rates are still growing in the US. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

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Lack of mammograms among women with diabetes not tied to financial status (dailyRx News) It is recommended that women have regular breast cancer screening. Some women, who are more in need of screening than others, may be getting screened less often than they should, research shows. This new research found that women with diabetes in Canada were less likely…

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Disorders linked to diabetes dropped during two decades ending in 2010 (dailyRx News) From stroke to lost limbs, diabetes can create a series of other sicknesses. The medical community has been focused on curbing rates of serious health problems that are linked to diabetes. In 2010, health data showed that the five major illnesses associated with diabetes all declined…

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Diabetes and heart issues more likely for women who cannot lose pregnancy weight (dailyRx News) After having a baby, most women have a lot of things to think about. For some women, even a year after giving birth, one of those things may need to be weight loss. Although, many women still have some pregnancy…

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Intensive blood pressure and cholesterol control therapies were not tied to lower risk of cognitive decline (dailyRx News) Type 2 diabetes has been linked to dementia and cognitive decline in older adults. A recent study examined whether intensive blood pressure goals and fibrate therapy could help. Type 2 diabetes is a condition in which the…

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Diabetes risk may be determined sooner than previously thought (dailyRx News) Diabetes greatly increases the possibility of having a heart attack or stroke. Early detection and treatment, however, can prevent further progression of the disease. People with diabetes can have too much blood sugar in their system, which in time can damage blood vessels and…

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Diabetes may be warded off by consuming coffee whether it is regular or decaf (dailyRx News) Drinking six cups of coffee a day may seem extreme to some, but it could cut the risk of getting diabetes. For those worried about caffeine intake, decaf may work just as well. Studies have found that a combination…

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