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Body's natural rhythms control blood sugar levels

The human body’s circadian rhythm has a greater effect on glucose tolerance than eating or sleeping patterns, a study has shown.

Zero-calorie sweeteners are a risk to blood sugar levels: study

While low-calorie sweeteners like Splenda are often thought of as an important part of weight-loss regimens, a new study illustrates that they may have a serious effect on gut bacteria, and therefore blood sugar levels.

Tequila plant shown to lower blood sugar, aid in weight loss

A sweetener made from the plant used to produce tequila has been shown to possibly help lower blood glucose levels and help the obese lose weight.

Diabetes doubles risk of heart attack and/or stroke

A new study reveals that diabetes' sufferers have double the risk of developing serious blood vessel diseases and life-threatening events like strokes and heart attacks.

Study: ASA a Day Can Keep Diabetes Away

A recent study conducted in Spain concludes taking acetylsalicylic acid and acetylsalicylic acid-like compounds called salicylates can help obese people produce insulin, and thus fight diabetes.

Blood sugar 'boosts cancer risk'

European scientist study say women with high blood sugar levels are at an increased risk of developing cancer

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