Study examines effects of a two-day intermittent calorie restriction diet for patients with type 2 diabetes
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  August 6, 2018  
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 Study examines effects of a two-day intermittent calorie restriction diet for patients with type 2 diabetesStudy examines effects of a two-day intermittent calorie restriction diet for patients with type 2 diabetes
 
A diet with calorie restriction two days per week was comparable to a diet with daily calorie restriction for glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes.
 
   People with type 2 diabetes more likely to suffer from breathlessness, restrictive lung diseasePeople with type 2 diabetes more likely to suffer from breathlessness, restrictive lung disease
 
Breathlessness and conditions of restrictive lung disease (RLD), such as pulmonary fibrosis, may be a late complication of type 2 diabetes.
 
   Simple saliva test could lead to better prediction and prevention of diabetesSimple saliva test could lead to better prediction and prevention of diabetes
 
Diabetes assessment currently relies on measurement of blood sugar levels -- but a simple saliva sample could replace this, says new research.
 
 Gestational diabetes may increase offspring's heart disease risk
 
Gestational diabetes may increase offspring's heart disease riskGestational diabetes may increase the risk of blood vessel dysfunction and heart disease in offspring by altering a smooth muscle protein responsible for blood vessel network formation.
 
 
 Experts make breakthrough in the fight against Type 2 diabetes
 
Experts make breakthrough in the fight against Type 2 diabetesExperts from the University of Stirling have made a breakthrough in understanding how people respond to lifestyle treatment for preventing Type 2 diabetes.
 
 
 Human trial identifies common blood pressure medication as safe, effective therapy for diabetes
 
Human trial identifies common blood pressure medication as safe, effective therapy for diabetesResearchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Diabetes Center have discovered a safe and effective novel therapy to reduce insulin requirements and hypoglycemic episodes in adult subjects with recent onset Type 1 diabetes by promoting the patient's own beta cell function and insulin production -- the first such discovery to target diabetes in this manner.
 
 
 LGBQ teens at higher risk of diabetes than heterosexual youth, finds study
 
LGBQ teens at higher risk of diabetes than heterosexual youth, finds studyLesbian, gay, bisexual and questioning youth are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes, be obese and engage in less physical activity and more sedentary activities than heterosexual youth, a new Northwestern Medicine study has found.