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Diabetes and Weight Loss

Updated 9 weeks ago
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Mar 7, 2014 | 
Few things are better for us or more difficult to sustain than losing weight. Whatever the cause--genetics, environment, our own bad choices--human bodies can be easily turned into sugar-craving machines. Turning our bodies from that course is easy enough for a week or three, but sustaining weight loss over many months and years is notoriously difficult.
Bariatric Surgery Shows Significant Effect on Obese Type 1s
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Here's a development to keep your eye on: Bariatric surgery performed on a small group of morbidly obese type 1s led to considerable weight loss, improved glycemic control, and improved metabolic profiles up to three years later.
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Even Small Weight Loss Can Reduce Women's Heart Disease Risk
Jan 27, 2014 | 
Losing just 10 percent of body weight can be enough for middle-aged women who are overweight or obese to reduce the risk factors associated with heart disease and diabetes--provided that weight loss is sustained--according to the results of a new study.
Drug Improves Weight and A1c in Patients With or Without Diabetes
Dec 24, 2013 | 
According to a study gauging the benefits of the diet drug Qsymia, those who took the drug not only lost weight, but also saw their A1c levels improve, even if they weren't diabetic.
Modest Weight Loss Helps Overweight Teens Avoid Diabetes
Aug 30, 2013 | 
According to an article in the Journal of Pediatrics, even a small increase in activity and better eating patterns can help decrease an obese teen's risk of developing diabetes.
Lifestyle Change Can Lessen Sexual Dysfunction in Type 2 Women
Jun 29, 2013 | 
While erectile dysfunction gets much of the attention, sexual problems as a side effect of type 2 diabetes are not limited to men.
How to Help Overweight Kids
Jun 20, 2013 | 
(Editor's Note: This article was orginally published in the April 2008 edition of Diabetes Health and later online as article 5658. We are reproducing the article in light of the American Medical Association's recent decision to treat obesity as a disease. That decision will spur much debate, and we think this article will help add some perspective to the discussion.)
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