Fatty food trips a genetic switch in the body that can trigger diabetes, a study has found.
EATING bacon for breakfast every day can increase the risk of developing diabetes by more than 50 per cent, say researchers.
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THE number of people suffering from diabetes will increase four-fold in the Lothians if diet and alcohol habits don't improve, health chiefs have warned.
RETIRED police officer Calum Laurie ate what he liked and shunned exercise for more than 30 years.
People with Type 2 diabetes could reverse their condition by following an extremely low-calorie diet for just two months, according to new research.
Almost a million people could be damaging their health by keeping their diabetes a secret, a charity has warned.
HAVING diabetes has the same effect on someone's risk of death as living in one of Scotland's most deprived communities, research shows.
Scientists believe they have found a "master switch" gene that could help in treating diabetes, high rates of cholesterol and obesity-related diseases.
Maple syrup is being hailed as a new superfood used to treat diabetes and a host of other health conditions.
PEOPLE with diabetes are 70 per cent more likely to die from liver disease than those without the illness, according to new research.
Nicotine may be responsible for serious complications in smokers with diabetes, a study has found.
A DIABETES drug used by tens of thousands of Britons significantly increased the risk of heart disease and death, researchers warn today.
Projects aiming to improve treatment for people with diabetes are to receive almost £1.2 million from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
a LEADING health charity is to put politicians on the spot on their policies, plans and priorities for tackling diabetes.
Having diabetes may reduce life expectancy by an average of six years, according to a large study involving researchers in Glasgow.
DEBI Harris knows the difficulties of trying to control diabetes while also dealing with pregnancy.
SCIENTISTS have developed an "artificial pancreas" to cut dramatically the risks for pregnant women with diabetes.
Former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy has urged ministers to amend "utterly inconsistent" rules that ban British diabetics, but not those from other EU countries, driving HGVs on British roads.
A DRUG commonly found in birch bark may provide effective new treatments for obesity, heart disease and diabetes, scientists have discovered.
Eating almonds could help prevent diabetes and heart disease, according to a new study.