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Reuters reports a new study in JAMA Internal Medicine which reveals that patients without reliable sources for food and medication are more likely to have poorly controlled diabetes. Despite increased healthcare access under the Affordable Care Act, some low-income patients have trouble obtaining proper food...
Researchers at the Imperial College London believe that the desire for glucose may be hard-wired in our brains, Reuters reports. A study conducted on rats shows that glucokinase, an enzyme that senses glucose in the liver and pancreas, increases its activity in the hypothalamus, which may have an affect on...
According to CBS News, midlife diagnosis of diabetes can take a different toll on your health, raising the risk for a nearly decline in memory and thinking. A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine looked at participants’ thinking and memory over 20 years, finding that individuals with the...