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06/01/2016 - Hope for heart disease glucose treatment
Scientists are on their way to a treatment to help patients with cardiovascular disease linked to high glucose levels, it has been announced. More

30/12/2015 - The future of medicine in 2016
Genomics will provide medical opportunities next year - while diabetes and TB are among the greatest challenges, experts say today. More

23/12/2015 - Health boost from bariatric surgery
Weight-loss surgery in the UK is linked to significant and sustained weight loss and reduced heart risk, according to a study published last night. More

17/12/2015 - Regular standing key to diabetes prevention?
Patients at risk of type 2 diabetes could cut their risk by taking just five minutes of "light movement" during periods of sitting, according to a study at Leicester University. More

02/12/2015 - Pancreas fat crucial for type 2 diabetes
Dietary interventions for type 2 diabetes may help reverse the disease, say researchers from Newcastle University, UK, after a study of fat accumuulation in the pancreas. More

30/11/2015 - New backing for sugar taxes
A new alliance is launched today to help combat the epidemic of obesity in the UK. More

23/11/2015 - Diabetes care cutting amputation rates - study
Improved care of diabetes in the last 20 years is responsible for a major reduction in amputation rates, according to a Danish analysis published today. More

20/11/2015 - Genetic diabetes test created
A new genetic test for diabetes is under development at Exeter University, UK. More

17/11/2015 - Coffee link to reduced risk of premature mortality
Drinking three or four cups of coffee a day is linked to reduced risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease and neurological diseases, researchers claimed today. More

16/11/2015 - World must focus on diabetes - WHO
Diabetes is to be the topic of next year's World Health Day, it has been announced. More

30/10/2015 - Low-fat not the best way to diet - study
Low-fat diets are not the best way to lose weight, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

23/10/2015 - Metabolic syndrome "simplistic"
The idea of a metabolic syndrome that precedes diabetes may be unhelpful and "simplistic", British researchers say today following a major analysis of the evidence. More

06/10/2015 - Patients urged to report night hypos
Many patients with diabetes fail to report incidents of night-time hypoglycaemia to their clinician, according to a new survey. More

06/10/2015 - Type 1 diabetes vaccine hope
German researchers say they are hopeful for the success of a vaccine against type 1 diabetes to be offered to very young children. More

21/09/2015 - Diabetes should get priority for obesity surgery?
Patients with type 2 diabetes should be given priority for bariatric surgery, according to a major study in Sweden. More

16/09/2015 - Gardens key to child fitness
Children deprived of access to gardens in their formative years face increased risk of developing obesity, a major conference on diabetes heard yesterday. More

02/09/2015 - No lifestyle change in cardiac patients
Falling numbers of smokers with coronary heart disease or at high risk of cardiovascular disease are making plans to quit, a European conference heard yesterday. More

27/08/2015 - Drive to prevent diabetes
Some five million people in England are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to an official study published yesterday. More

26/08/2015 - NICE publishes wide-ranging diabetes guidance
Improved glycaemic control is one of the key measures needed to help improve care of patients with diabetes, according to major new guidelines published today. More

18/08/2015 - Diabetes gene tests a "revolution"
Genetic testing for babies with diabetes is revolutionising treatment, doctors have reported. More

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