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This New Diabetes Drug May Also Aid in Weight Loss

Ozempic - we're likely to hear a lot more about Ozempic and semaglutide in the months to come. This newly approved diabetes drug is now being tested for weight loss in nondiabetics. And it's...
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Metformin Could Help Pregnant Women with Hormonal Imbalances

Pregnancy is like a cruise. Some people sail right through, laughing and drinking mock-appletinis. Some people stand by the railing and barf up their guts. Some don't want to miss a moment of this...
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Can Eating Too Much Sugar Affect Your Mental Health?

While we all love to dive into a delicious bowl of ice cream, a healthy, responsible adult usually knows when to stop. High sugar intake has been linked to many health conditions like obesity,...
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This Diabetes Drug Could Also Help People with Pancreatic Cancer

Two birds with one stone? What do you think?
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What’s the Difference Between Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia?

Diabetes is characterized by our body’s inability to regulate our sugar levels. However, this disease is can manifest in two ways – hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. Although similar, these two conditions have different symptoms and...
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Does the Way You Prepare Meat Affect Your Diabetes Risk?

A meat-based diet carries many health risks, especially if the meat in question is red or processed meat. Studies have heavily linked these two types of meat with colorectal cancer. A recent study also...
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Can Drinking Alcohol Help Reduce Your Diabetes Risk?

We often hear that drinking a glass of wine during lunch has many health benefits. Recent research shows that reducing diabetes risk may be...
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5 Tips to Keep Your Blood Sugar Levels Stable

Immediately after eating, blood sugar levels rise significantly even for healthy individuals. These are called blood sugar spikes, and they can cause damage to...
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