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Sucrose drinks instead of glucose ones may negatively affect hunger-regulating hormones in young adults
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Sucrose drinks instead of glucose ones may negatively affect hunger-regulating hormones in young adults

Due to the flak high-fructose corn syrup receives, many soft drinks, sports drinks, fruit juices, candies and cereals now contain sucrose instead and therefore its consumption has increased in recent years

COVID-19 patients with high blood sugar at higher risk of death even if they don’t have diabetes, study suggests
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COVID-19 patients with high blood sugar at higher risk of death even if they don’t have diabetes, study suggests

Researchers have found that the cumulative probability of mortality was significantly higher in patients with hyperglycemia - whether they had diabetes or not - as compared to those with normal blood sugar levels

Blood sugar control may help diabetes patients boost brain health, new study reveals
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Blood sugar control may help diabetes patients boost brain health, new study reveals

The researchers found that the group which focused on weight loss had mixed results in their cognitive scores, indicating that if you have diabetes, weight loss alone is not going to improve either brain health or overall health status.

Human body can cope with occasional over eating but continuous binging will have serious health effects
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Human body can cope with occasional over eating but continuous binging will have serious health effects

As little as 24 hours of overeating can have some negative consequences for our health, including elevated blood sugar concentrations.

Diabetic, pre-diabetic patients and those with high fasting blood sugar at higher risk of fatality due to COVID-19
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Diabetic, pre-diabetic patients and those with high fasting blood sugar at higher risk of fatality due to COVID-19

The levels of ACE-2 increase in a diabetic person (a condition with high blood glucose levels) which allows the virus to attack the organs of the diabetic person in a more disastrous way.

What is brittle diabetes and how can it affect your organs
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What is brittle diabetes and how can it affect your organs

Brittle diabetes, also known as labile diabetes, is marked by frequent spikes and drops in blood sugar levels.

Blood sugar control drug could help prevent or slow kidney disease: Study
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Blood sugar control drug could help prevent or slow kidney disease: Study

Researchers estimated that there could be 47 fewer cases for every 1,000 people taking the drug for 2.5 years.

Scientists develop disposable paper sensors for diabetics to monitor blood sugar
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Scientists develop disposable paper sensors for diabetics to monitor blood sugar

Sensors measure glucose in saliva making sugar level monitoring pain-free for diabetics.

'Good' fat may keep your blood sugar stable
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'Good' fat may keep your blood sugar stable

A team of Australian scientists has shown that brown fat may also help to keep blood sugar stable in adults.

Healthbook app leak reveals how Apple wants to put a doctor in smartphones
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Healthbook app leak reveals how Apple wants to put a doctor in smartphones

The report shows several detailed screenshot recreations of the Healthbook app.

Lalu Prasad, Sharad Yadav admitted to AIIMS
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Lalu Prasad, Sharad Yadav admitted to AIIMS

While Prasad's blood pressure was found to be a little high, Yadav's blood sugar level had increased, doctors said, adding that the two leaders are under observation.While Prasad's blood pressure was found to be a little high, Yadav's blood sugar level had increased, doctors said, adding that the two leaders are under observation.

Scientists decode how laziness can make you ill
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Scientists decode how laziness can make you ill

Inactivity can make you fall ill by increasing your blood glucose levels, putting you at a greater risk of diabetes and heart disease, according to a new study.

Obese diabetics live longer, says study
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Obese diabetics live longer, says study

Obesity and diabetes may not be the double whammy people expect, with an analysis of previous studies surprisingly finding that overweight and obese people who get diagnosed with the blood sugar disorder tend to live longer than leaner peers.

Now, docs turn to muffins to diagnose diabetes
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Now, docs turn to muffins to diagnose diabetes

Giving a "muffin test" to people at risk for diabetes might help doctors diagnose the disease and its warning signs.