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01/10/2014 - No diabetes protection from vitamin D
The sunshine vitamin, vitamin D, does not seem to be linked to diabetes prevention, researchers warned today. More

25/09/2014 - Low pay and long hour link to diabetes
People who work for long hours in low status jobs face a significantly increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers warn today. More

24/09/2014 - How cholesterol drugs raise diabetes risk
Cholesterol lowering drugs may create small increase in risk of developing diabetes, researchers reveal today. More

16/09/2014 - High fat dairy may prevent diabetes
People who eat and drink high fat dairy products may be protecting themselves against diabetes, researchers have revealed. More

11/09/2014 - Statins may protect against diabetes
Cholesterol-lowering statins may help protect people with diabetes from major complications of the disease, researchers have revealed. More

04/09/2014 - Early test for diabetes
British researchers may have found a way of identifying people at risk of developing diabetes long before the disease takes effect, it was announced last night. More

03/09/2014 - Diabetes risk for vulnerable coffee drinkers
Intake of coffee appears to be linked to growing risk of young adults with high blood pressure developing diabetes, new research has found. More

21/08/2014 - Search for new diabetes treatment
Researchers may have found a new clue to the causes of diabetes - opening up the way to new treatments to prevent the disease, it was announced yesterday. More

14/08/2014 - Immune link to mental illness
People with overactive immune systems may face an increased risk of developing mental illness, according to a new British study. More

08/08/2014 - Diabetes drug's life-extending benefits
A common drug for diabetes may extend the lives of patients beyond those of apparently healthy people, researchers say today. More

06/08/2014 - Fat type affects diabetes risk
Saturated fats have been cast as dietary villains - but a study published today suggests some kinds may be healthier than others. More

01/08/2014 - Tape measure plea to beat diabetes
The British public has been advised to take a tape measure to their waistlines - amidst warnings of a link to diabetes. More

29/07/2014 - Five minute work-out that may save lives
A daily jog of just five minutes can do wonders for the health of the heart and the circulation, researchers said last night. More

25/07/2014 - Diabetes link to shift-working
Men who work on shifts face a massively increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers warn today. More

16/07/2014 - Should pre-diabetes be scrapped?
Labelling patients as pre-diabetic is "a drastically premature measure with no medical value," a senior British doctor claims today. More

03/07/2014 - Insulin pumps better than injections
People with type 2 diabetes who need insulin fare better with pumps than regular injections, according to the findings of a study reported today. More

27/06/2014 - Sugar tax could be part of obesity plan
British government advisers are to investigate a sugar tax - as well as new restrictions on advertising to children - as part of a drive to tackle obesity, it was announced yesterday. More

24/06/2014 - Soy food may boost men
Men with a common form of diabetes can be put on a high soy diet without it affecting their masculinity, British researchers have found. More

10/06/2014 - England faces diabetes ‘timebomb’
About one third of adults in England are at high risk of developing diabetes, researchers warn today. More

03/06/2014 - Diabetes drug may slow ageing
An anti-diabetes drug may have the ability to slow the ageing process and increase lifespan, researchers revealed yesterday. More

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