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Migraines Worsen During Menopausal Transition
The frequency of migraine attacks is higher in women during perimenopause and postmenopause than in premenopause, a new study shows.
GI Microbiome Modulator Shows Promise for Diabetes
Patients with prediabetes gain better oral glucose tolerance with a novel GI microbiome modulator that also may improve diabetes treatment.
Headaches Associated With Sex Are No Joke
Despite comedians’ assertions to the contrary, sex-associated headaches are not funny. But medications can help relieve or even prevent them.
Chronic Migraine Burdens Whole Family
This debilitating disease has significant effects on family relationships as well as the person, a new study shows.
Fitness Boosts Kidney Function in Type 2 Diabetes
Physical fitness has a significant impact on renal function and chronic kidney disease in diabetes, according to a new study that provides hope for preventing or delaying the need for dialysis.
Just Eating Healthier Trims Diabetes Risk
Improvement in overall diet quality lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study shows. This is independent of other healthful behaviors, including increased physical activity and body weight loss.
Lipid Guidelines for Diabetes Debated at ADA
New guidelines for the treatment of patients with high cholesterol may, or may not, be appropriate for persons with type 2 diabetes. Here are the pros and cons.
Opioid Receptors May Curb Hypoglycemia in Diabetes
Activation of opioid receptors with novel approaches may prevent hypoglycemia and lead to safer intensive glycemic control, according to a study reported at the American Diabetes Association 74th Scientific Sessions.
Bionic Pancreas Controls Blood Sugar in Type 1 Diabetes
The latest version of this wearable, automated device can improve glycemia without increasing hypoglycemia. It can handle a wide range of dosing requirements.
Dietary Supplement Helps Obese With Prediabetes
Insulin resistance in obese persons at risk for diabetes may be improved with resveratrol used as a dietary supplement, but don’t expect health benefits from resveratrol in red wine.
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