Diabetes Health Type 1: What People with Type 1 Diabetes Can Learn from Type 2s

Admit it, Type 1s. In weaker moments, you look down your noses at the Type 2 diabetics. You know that their disease can result from poor lifestyle choices. You know that their treatment regimen, compared with yours, is simple. And you’re really tired of folks telling you: “Oh, my grandfather had diabetes, too!” “It’s almost like sibling rivalry,” says diabetes educator and author Constance Brown-Riggs.

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Diabetes Health in The News: Lower Body Weight Connected to Sleeping Late on Weekends

A study published in the journal Sleep by a team of researchers in South Korea has found a link between sleeping later on the weekends and lower body weight. The data shows that a lack of sleep causes disruption in metabolism and in hormones that can lead to obesity. By incurring sleep debt, risk of obesity and a number of other issues, including coronary heart

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Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: Eat Better, Sleep Better

https://media.blubrry.com/diabeteshealthpodcast/p/www.diabeteshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Apr-9_-2016_-6_06_31-PM.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadListen to today’s podcast! Researchers at Columbia University’s Institute of Human Nutrition in New York recently found that changing your diet may be the key to getting a better night’s sleep. This study examined 26 adults of average weight who were monitored in a sleep lab. Some evenings, nutritionists would prepare their meals, choosing food items that were high

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Diabetes Health Weekly Roundup

Did you fall victim to any bad April Fool’s jokes yesterday? Not to worry, we’ve got this week’s latest news, stories and podcasts compiled in the Weekly Roundup ready for you–no joking! Sit back, relax, and catch up on some of the top health stories right now. Happy reading! AskNadia: Trouble Sleeping & Feeling Rested Type 2 Diabetes: Support Group Helps Energize & Inform Diabetes Health in

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Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: Late Bedtime Could Lead to Weight Gain for Teenagers

A new study indicates that late weeknight bedtimes could be a risk factor for teens becoming overweight. Researchers used data from about 3,000 American teens in the study. It was found that for every extra hour a teen stayed up a night; they experienced a BMI increase of two points. Other factors like exercise, time spent on the computer, and total sleep time did not

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