The consumption of a paleolithic-type diet by obese women can help them lose weight and lower their future risk of diabetes and heart disease, says a new research.
Sun bathing and vitamin D supplements may be feasible and affordable approaches to improve or even prevent metabolic syndromes which pose a risk of diabetes and heart disease, a new study has claimed.
Yoga can be used as an effective therapy in reducing oxidative stress in Type 2 diabetes, suggests a study.
It is observed that 50 percent of people with diabetes suffer from a frozen shoulder, which is a shoulder joint with significant loss of its range of motion in all directions.
Coffee lovers rejoice! Drinking three to four cups of coffee per day may decrease the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study has claimed.
People with Type 2 diabetes face a one in a four chance of dying over the next 18 months, they have two to three times higher risk of heart disease than the general population.
Women may be at greater risk for developing diabetes, heart disease and stroke in the years before menopause, rather than afterward, a U.S. study suggests.
In this world replete with diabetes and heart disease; it is important to prevent obesity from childhood to stop these diseases from happening.
A new study has confirmed the link between eating canned food and increased exposure to a chemical linked to diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other health effects.
Sleep deprivation may affect the brain activity, and induce moodiness, anxiety and depression.