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Using insulin to treat type 2 diabetes could lead to weight gain, according to a new study from Tulane University.
0 comments - Apr 10, 2013 -
In February I posted my original back up plan for last-minute workouts from home or the office. If you've been consistent, you should be ready for some new exercises. If not, you can always refer back to the original article for guidance.
0 comments - Apr 9, 2013 -
Seniors don't have to face off against buff muscleheads at the gym in order to stay healthy, according to a new University of Illinois study that shows a DVD workout can be just as effective for older adults.
0 comments - Mar 31, 2013 -
Monica Joyce had an idea. It wasn't original, but a good idea inspired by another.
0 comments - Mar 20, 2013 -
Twelve years after it began as a summer placeholder designed to keep Fox TV viewers hanging around until the fall season, "American Idol" has become one of this young century's most renowned cultural phenomena. From the show's modest beginning, record producer and musician Randy Jackson has been at its heart, the memorable judge who has popularized such greetings as "Dawg!" and such praises as "I believe she's in it to win it!"
0 comments - Mar 19, 2013 -
For a happier life, it's time to get moving. According to a new study out of Great Britain, exercise provides a big boost when it comes to living with diabetes.
0 comments - Mar 10, 2013 -
(Editor’s Note: Check with your physician before undertaking any exercise routine.)
0 comments - Feb 21, 2013 -
To reach your long-term goals for managing diabetes, I think it’s helpful to stop and write down what short-term steps you can take that will help you reach your objectives.
0 comments - Feb 20, 2013 -
Researchers at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston report that they have discovered a naturally occurring hormone that can direct the body to burn more calories and increase its insulin sensitivity. Their results, based on lab experiments with mice, could potentially lead to therapies for diabetes, obesity, and even muscular dystrophy.
3 comments - Feb 10, 2013 -
Here's a bit of news that, if conclusively proven, could gladden the hearts of everybody who struggles to get into a regular exercise habit: British researchers say that short 30-second bursts of intense activity, adding up to only 3 minutes per week, duplicate the effects of much longer gym workout or track running routines.
0 comments - Feb 8, 2013 -
Diabetes Health is the essential resource for people living with diabetes- both newly diagnosed and experienced as well as the professionals who care for them. We provide balanced expert news and information on living healthfully with diabetes. Each issue includes cutting-edge editorial coverage of new products, research, treatment options, and meaningful lifestyle issues.