A recent report released by the WA Department of Health found that if Western Australian population levels of overweight and obesity continue to climb at current levels, costs to the WA health system will increase by 80 per cent in the decade between 2016 [...]
European researchers have determined that the diagnosis and identification of diabetes type 3c (pancreatogenic diabetes) could lead to the early detection of pancreatic cancer in patients. Due to absence of symptoms in the early stages, pancreatic cancer [...]
People who experience depression could be at greater risk of developing diabetes according to a narrative review published in Diabetic Medicine.
Research Summary: Drink coffee, but not too much coffee to reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes
For many people, drinking coffee every day is one of life’s pleasures. For some, it is a habitual essential. After water, it is the second most-consumed drink in the world. Yet despite a multitude of studies over several decades examining coffee [...]
A recent study by Danish researchers updates outdated dietary advice originating in the 1970s that linked high consumption of eggs with an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD).