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23/06/2016 - How diabetes increases risk from heart attack
Having diabetes hugely increases the mortality risk among people who suffer myocardial infarction, according to a new study. More

20/06/2016 - Warning on obesity rates
Growing rates of obesity in the UK could contribute to more than seven million cases of disease over the next two decades, campaigners claim today. More

07/06/2016 - Cyanide antidote might treat diabetes
A drug used to treat cyanide poisoning might also be used to treat type 2 diabetes, researchers have revealed. More

16/05/2016 - Gestational diabetes link to baby body fat
Babies whose mothers had gestational diabetes have more body fat at two months of age compared to those whose mums were healthy during pregnancy, according to a new study. More

06/05/2016 - Infections in babies ‘increase diabetes risk’
Babies who develop viral respiratory infections in their first six months face an increased risk of type 1 diabetes as they grow older, according to a German study. More

27/04/2016 - Clinical "inertia" affects diabetes care - study
Thousands of patients with type 2 diabetes are suffering from "clinical inertia" over adjustments to their medication, it was claimed yesterday. More

08/04/2016 - Gestational diabetes screening 'too late'
Obese women at risk of gestational diabetes may need to be screened earlier, researchers say today. More

07/04/2016 - Global diabetes problem grows
The number of people with diabetes globally has quadrupled in 25 years, according to figures published for World Health Day today. More

24/03/2016 - Fruit juices have too much sugar - study
Some fruit juices and smoothies contain nearly five teaspoons of free sugar, researchers warned today. More

23/03/2016 - Type 2 diabetes 'reversed' by diet
A study of a very low calorie diet has found it has the potential to reverse type 2 diabetes - but is challenging for patients. More

18/03/2016 - Public needs more fibre - new guidelines
Five-a-day does not provide enough fibre, according to new guidelines published yesterday by Public Health England. More

17/03/2016 - Abandon car and stay slim - study
Leaving the car at home helps commuters keep their weight down, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

09/03/2016 - Insulin therapy linked to breast cancer
Treatment for diabetes can affect the density of breast tissue, possibly impacting on the risk of breast cancer, a European conference will hear today. More

01/03/2016 - Cancer risk among type 1 diabetes patients revealed
Diabetes affects the risk of developing cancer - increasing it for some forms and reducing it for others, according to the findings of a new European study. More

25/02/2016 - Warning on diabetes blood pressure treatment
Some people with diabetes may suffer harm from intensive blood pressure treatment, Swedish researchers warn today. More

03/02/2016 - New sedentary time/diabetes link
A new link has been found between daily sedentary time and risk of developing type 2 diabetes. More

15/01/2016 - Stress at 18 linked to risk of diabetes
People with a low resistance to stress at 18 could double their risk of developing type 2 diabetes in later life, according to a study in Sweden. More

14/01/2016 - Health checks have prevented illness - study
The controversial British NHS Health Check programme has successfully prevented major cardiovascular incidents, according to research published today. More

13/01/2016 - Potatoes linked to pregnancy diabetes
High potato consumption before pregnancy may raise the risk of gestational diabetes, researchers warned today. More

06/01/2016 - Diabetes patients pass 4m
The UK now has more than four million people living with diabetes, according to an analysis. More

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