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Caffeine Levels Impact Body Fat, Diabetes Risk

Higher concentrations of caffeine in the blood are linked to reduced BMI and overall body fat mass, according to a recent study by the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, the University of Bristol, and Imperial College London in the UK.

Kombucha Consumption Shows Promise in Lowering Blood Sugar Levels

Drinking kombucha, a fermented tea, may help reduce blood sugar levels in people with type-II diabetes., according to a clinical trial by researchers at Georgetown University's School of Health, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and MedStar Health.

Diabetes Cases Projected to Skyrocket to 1.3 Billion by 2050

The world in another thirty years would see an alarming rise in diabetes with about 1.3 billion people of all ages living with diabetes.

Engineered flour Keeps you Fuller Longer

In a new finding, scientists have come up with a a specially engineered flour that can keep you fuller for longer period...

Loneliness and Type 2 Diabetes

Loneliness is linked to a significantly higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. This was revealed in a new study published in...

Moderate Consumption of tea Linked to Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk.

A new study shows that moderate consumption of black, green or Oolong tea can lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Covid 19 patients At Higher Risk Of Diabetes and Cardio Disease

People who contracted Covid-19 are at increased risk of being diagnosed with diabetes and cardiovascular disorders in the three months following infection,...

How Far is Diabetes Affordable in the United States?

Is Insulin affordable and easy accessible in the United States? This question arises when looking at a new Human Rights Watch (HRW)...

If Insulin resistant, Risk of Depressive Disorder Increases 

A group of scientists from the Stanford Medicine have linked insulin resistance to an increased risk of developing major depressive disorder. The findings are...

Dementia And Eye Conditions

People having eye conditions such as age related cataract, macular degeneration, and diabetes related eye disease have an increased risk of developing dementia, according...