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13/08/2012 - Diabetes genes unravelled
British researchers have taken a major step towards unravelling the genetic secrets of type 2 diabetes, it was announced last night. More

10/08/2012 - Statins 'worthwhile' despite diabetes link
Cholesterol lowering drugs may aggravate the risk of developing diabetes - but the risks are massively outweighed by the benefits, researchers say today. More

18/07/2012 - Unfitness takes toll on millions
More than five million people are dying every year because of physical inactivity, it was claimed today. More

11/06/2012 - Diabetes prevention call
Aggressive treatment of people on the path to developing diabetes can prevent it happening, researchers have warned. More

06/06/2012 - Waist circumference is useful in knowing diabetes risk
A person's waist circumference is linked to their risk of type 2 diabetes, regardless of their body mass index, new research has found. More

30/05/2012 - Blood-letting might prevent heart disease - theory
Letting blood was the staple of mediaeval physicians - and mostly it was counter-productive. More

23/05/2012 - Diabetes services "poor value" - report
Diabetes services in England are failing to deliver value for money, according to a damning official report published today. More

18/05/2012 - Day-time abstention may help combat obesity
Regular eating times and fasting for a number of hours a day might prove to be beneficial to our health, a US study has claimed. More

14/05/2012 - Diabetes pain breakthrough - after 30 years
Thirty years of research at a British university may have opened the way to tackling the mysterious pains that affect many people with diabetes. More

10/05/2012 - Vitamin tested for diabetes prevention
A major project is being launched by a UK medical school to see if a vitamin supplement can help prevent a kind of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy. 1 comments More

08/05/2012 - Coffee may combat diabetes
People with diabetes may help prevent themselves from mental degeneration by drinking caffeine, researchers suggested yesterday. More

27/03/2012 - Low-carb warning on diabetes
People with diabetes should not be tempted to use low-carb diets to manage their weight, a researcher has warned. More

16/03/2012 - Diabetes link to white rice
People should switch to eating wholegrain rice because consuming white rice regularly can “significantly increase” the risk of developing diabetes, it was claimed today. More

05/03/2012 - Desk job threat to women?
Inactivity may be a bigger threat to women's health than to men's, according to controversial new findings. More

29/02/2012 - Danger from uncessary selenium supplements - expert
Selenium supplements could be harmful for people whose levels are already high enough, experts warn today. More

09/02/2012 - Obesity drugs backed
Anti-obesity drugs can make a major difference in helping assist people to lose weight when they make lifestyle changes, according to British researchers. More

30/01/2012 - Body-clock gene link to diabetes
British researchers have linked the development of diabetes late in life with genetic mutations in the body-clock. More

16/01/2012 - Diabetes causes tracked
British researchers say they have made progress in seeking to understand the causes of early diabetes. More

13/01/2012 - Cancer link to processed meat, claim
Having too much processed meat, such as sausages and bacon, in the diet may increase the risk of cancer of the pancreas, according to research published today. More

11/01/2012 - Hormone hope for obesity and diabetes
Taking a hormone pill that suppresses appetite can lead to significant weight loss and may benefit people with diabetes, researchers said today. More

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