Posted Thu, 2013/02/07 - 23:00 by Fred LeeGreen tea is chock full of antioxidants and is believed to have many health benefits, including controlling our blood sugar during a high starch meal.
Posted Tue, 2010/09/21 - 21:00 by Fred LeeAn antioxidant compound found in grapefruits is being studied as a way to help treat diabetes and high blood cholesterol.
Posted Thu, 2010/07/29 - 21:00 by Fred LeeCashew extract was found to help the absorption of sugar in muscle cells.
Posted Thu, 2010/05/06 - 19:06 by Fred LeeEven modest weight loss can have a positive impact on our immunity.
Posted Tue, 2010/04/20 - 02:52 by Fred LeeResearchers are looking at Chinese wolfberries (also known as goji berries) as a way to help lessen vision problems associated with type-2 diabetes.
Posted Tue, 2010/02/16 - 12:18 by Amer KaissiA new study suggests that while doctors and patients agree on the most important health conditions affecting patients with multiple co-morbidities, this agreement is lower for patients with poor health status or those with other non-health related competing demands.
Posted Thu, 2010/01/28 - 21:00 by Amer KaissiUse of blood glucose test strips by diabetic patients that are not taking insulin may not be cost-effective and may cause unnecessary harm to the patients, a new study reports.
Posted Sat, 2010/01/09 - 19:48 by Amer KaissiFor each additional cup of coffee and tea (caffeinated or decaf) that you consume per day, your risk of Diabetes is reduced by 7%, according to a new study.
Posted Wed, 2009/12/09 - 07:06 by Amer KaissiA new study suggests that the number of people with diabetes and diabetes-associated costs in the U.S. will at least double over the next 25 years.
Posted Wed, 2009/08/12 - 19:07 by Fred LeeThe potential discovery of a pill to treat diabetes could spell the end of needles sticks for many diabetics.