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- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsMay 21 02:10 PM
By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - Two years after surgery, people who have had gastric bypass have better control of their type 2 diabetes than people who did not, but also had higher risk of infections and bone fractures, according to a new international study. “Some doctors had thought that gastric bypass could cure diabetes, but that did not happen for most of our patients,” said coauthor ...
- MedicineNet.comMay 21 09:22 PM
Title: Baby's Gender May Influence Mom's Diabetes Risk Category: Health News Created: 5/20/2015 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 5/21/2015 12:00:00 AM
- UPIMay 22 10:44 AM
Stephen Feller UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., May 22 (UPI) -- A faster resting heart rate could be used to identify people with the potential to develop pre-diabetes and diabetes, according to a new study.
- EurekAlert!May 22 02:31 AM
( Penn State ) An association between resting heart rate and diabetes suggests that heart rate measures could identify individuals with a higher future risk of diabetes, according to an international team of researchers.
- ANI via Yahoo! India NewsMay 23 01:31 AM
Washington, May 23 (ANI): A new study linking heart rate and diabetes has suggested that a person's risk of diabetes can be determined by evaluating the heart rate. In a four-year study of 73,357 Chinese adults, Penn State researchers observed that faster heart rates were positively associated with an increased risk of developing diabetes. Researchers also found that faster heart rates were ...
- The GuardianMay 22 11:46 AM
Faster resting heart rates are associated with increased risk of developing diabetes, finds study published in International Journal of Epidemiology Measuring heart rate could help identify people at risk of diabetes, research has shown. Scientists found that faster resting heart rates were associated with an increased risk of developing the disease. Continue reading...
- AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsMay 22 09:05 AM
Researchers from the US and China have found an association between resting heart rate and diabetes that could help identify those with a higher future risk for the disease. In a study of 73,357 Chinese adults, they found that faster heart rates were associated with an increased risk of developing diabetes, as well as impaired fasting glucose levels.
- Press Association via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsMay 22 08:18 AM
Measuring heart rate could help identify people at risk of diabetes, research has shown.
- IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsMay 20 12:28 AM
Washington, May 20 (IANS) Widespread diabetes screening in India is ineffective and glucometer-based screening tools are unlikely to meet effectiveness criteria, Indian American scientist Sanjay Basu from Stanford University and his team has found. The findings suggest that large numbers of false positive results are wasting financial resources in India. "Improving instruments to reduce false ...
- Arab News via Yahoo Maktoob NewsMay 20 11:02 PM
The Saudi Society of Diabetes and Endocrinology (SSDE) and Saudi Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism (SSEM) signed on Thursday an agreement with the Joslin Diabetes Center to train health care professionals. “Health services for diabetics in the Kingdom will be developed through the application of Joslin Diabetes Center’s model for diabetics’ care in the United States,” said Essa Aldufairy ...