Night Shift Workers Increased Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

A recent study published in Natural Genetics has found new evidence in the link between the hormone melatonin which regulates the body’s sleep-wake cycle and Type 2 diabetes. Research conducted previously has found that people who work night shifts are at a slightly increased risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes and heart disease. Other studies have also…

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hearing loss affects diabetes sufferers by Diabetes Insight, Cork, Ireland

Are Women who have Diabetes at greater risk of hearing loss?

A study just released from the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, in America shows that women who have diabetes are at greater risk of hearing loss as they get older, especially when their diabetes is not well controlled. Commonly known complications of diabetes are heart disease, neuropathy and retinopathy. But not many people are aware…

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‘Reversing Diabetes’…..Is It Possible?

Due to the unprecedented focus on diabetes in Ireland at the moment, due to the phenomenal success of Operation Transformation on RTE 1, demand for knowledge and information on diabetes is greater than ever. But we need to be very careful that the right information is getting out there and to the right people. There has been huge interest…

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