Having more evening preference linked to higher BMI among people with Type 2 diabetes
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  May 4, 2018  
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 Having more evening preference linked to higher BMI among people with Type 2 diabetesHaving more evening preference linked to higher BMI among people with Type 2 diabetes
 
Being an "evening person" is linked to higher body mass indices among people with Type 2 diabetes, and having breakfast later in the day seems to be what drives this association, according to a new paper in the journal Diabetic Medicine.
 
   Antioxidant treatment may decrease cardiovascular risk in women with type 1 diabetesAntioxidant treatment may decrease cardiovascular risk in women with type 1 diabetes
 
The high estrogen levels that typically afford younger women protection from cardiovascular disease appear to instead multiply their risk if they have type 1 diabetes, researchers say.
 
   One class of diabetes drug not associated with reduced risk of deathOne class of diabetes drug not associated with reduced risk of death
 
One class of drug used to treat type 2 diabetes may not reduce the risk of death when compared with placebo, suggests new findings.
 
 Artificial sweeteners linked to obesity warn researchers
 
Artificial sweeteners linked to obesity warn researchersWhile people are getting more and more health conscious they are increasingly bending in favor of artificial sweeteners especially zero-calorie ones. New research has found that these replacements for sugar are likely to cause health changes which may be associated with diabetes and obesity.
 
 
 Hacking 'drug trafficking' system could increase effectiveness of diabetes treatment
 
Hacking 'drug trafficking' system could increase effectiveness of diabetes treatmentMaking tiny changes to existing diabetes treatments can alter how they interact with cells, and potentially make the medicines more effective.
 
 
 Tattoo sensor: A needleless glucose monitor for diabetes patients
 
Tattoo sensor: A needleless glucose monitor for diabetes patientsFor Angela Valdez, being diagnosed with diabetes was an awakening. The disorder ran in her family, but she didn't think it would happen to her. And when it did, she acted by modifying her diet and physical activity. She was doing everything right--almost.
 
 
 Study finds muscle complications among active young adults with Type 1 diabetes
 
Study finds muscle complications among active young adults with Type 1 diabetesA new study from McMaster and York universities has found that poor muscle health may be a complication of Type 1 diabetes, even among active twenty-somethings.