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Manage stress to keep diabetes in check
Bangladesh Daily Star

Manage stress to keep diabetes in check

Physical and emotional stress can be problematic for diabetics, as it tends to cause blood sugar to rise. The American Diabetes Association suggests how to keep stress under control: Find ways to reduce stress, such as by taking an alternate route ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 5 days ago
Diabetes, the silent disease Portugal Resident, 2 days ago
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MedIndia

Stress-Related Diabetes may Require Personalized Treatment

A treatment for type 2 diabetes, which targets the disease mechanism and not just the symptoms, is being tested by researchers at Lund University in Sweden. For the first time, knowledge about the individual patient's genetic risk profile is ...
 MedIndia5 days ago Towards Personalized Diabetes Treatment  Asian Scientist1 day ago Researchers use personalised risk profiles for diabetic test  Labmate Online1 week ago Soon, get customized treatment for stress-related diabetes  Business Standard1 week ago
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Down to Earth

Chronic Stress And Diabetes May Be Linked

A link may exist between type 2 diabetes, increased exposure to stress and a weakened biological ability to recover from stress, a US study has reported. The researchers looked at the biological systems of 140 patients with type-2 diabetes and ...
 Business Insider Australia3 days ago New study links diabetes with stress  Down to Earth2 days ago
Med India

Obese individuals are at a greater risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer

If you are overweight, you may be at greater risk of contracting stress-related diseases like type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer, says a study. The post Obese individuals are at a greater risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer appeared first on ...
 First Post.com4 weeks ago Researchers define the process of Parkinson's disease using genetic mouse model  News-Medical.Net1 week ago Obesity associated with accelerated liver ageing  The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago Hyperglycemic Arterial Disturbed Flow Niche as an In Vitro Model of Atherosclerosis  Analytical Chemistry6 days ago
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Discover Magazine

Psychological Stress Could Contribute to Developing Diabetes

9:25 am It's well known that a stress-filled lifestyle can lead to high blood pressure, insomnia and a host of other chronic health issues. Now, you can add type 2 diabetes to that list. Past studies have partly linked stress with the onset of ...
 Discover Magazine2 days ago Food, Protein, Cancer, Diabetes, Mortality  National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project2 days ago Fried-Food Intake Prepregnancy Ups Gestational Diabetes  General Medicine eJournal1 week ago Job stress increases risk of diabetes  Jagran Post2 months ago
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First Post.com

Two servings of pistachios daily may benefit diabetics: study

Eating pistachios daily may reduce the body's response to the stresses of everyday life in diabetics, a new study has claimed. The post Two servings of pistachios daily may benefit diabetics: study appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com2 months ago Eating pistachios may benefit diabetics: study  Business Standard2 months ago Eating Pistachio Nuts may Lower Body's Response to Stress of Everyday Life in Type 2 Diabetes  Med India2 months ago Diabetic? Eat pistachios daily for super health  Prokerala2 months ago
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Med India

Work Stress Raises Diabetes Risk by 45 Pc

High level of stress at work raises the risk of type 2 diabetes by 45 percent, finds a new study. According to Diabetes.co.uk, nearly half the people studied with high job strain had a 45 percent higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than people with low ...
 Med India2 months ago
Deccan chronicle

Stress at work may up your risk of diabetes

Employees who are under a high level of pressure at work face about 45 per cent higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than those who are subjected to less stress at their workplace, scientists warn. Scientists from the Institute of Epidemiology ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

People with diabetes are less able to recover from stress

Our study is the first to link psychological stress with the underlying biology, and show that there is a difference in the biological response to stress of people who have diabetes and those who don't In a study funded by the British Heart ...
 Frca.co.uk21 hours ago

New Diabetes Findings from Saitama Medical University Outlined (Sleep quality and stress in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension and gestational...

New Diabetes Findings from Saitama Medical University Outlined (Sleep quality and stress in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension and gestational diabetes mellitus) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Diabetes Week -- Fresh data on ...
 4 Traders1 day ago SYSTEM RESEARCH : New Neuroscience Study Findings Have Been Reported from Dalian Medical University (Chrysin ameliorates diabetes-associated cognitive deficits in...  4 Traders1 day ago New Diabetes Findings from Capital Medical University Described (Salvianolic Acid A Prevents the Pathological Progression of Hepatic Fibrosis in...  4 Traders1 day ago
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