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A typical teenager is drinking a bathtub of sugary drinks every year, a UK survey has discovered—and US teenagers could be drinking even more.
Diabetics shouldn’t drink wine—but a healthy substitute is a blueberry-blackberry drink that looks and even tastes like the real thing. The superfood concoction isn’t only a consolation, it can also reduce the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, say researchers.
Type 2 diabetes—often described as the ‘lifestyle disease’—could be successfully treated with probiotics after researchers discovered the vital role that gut bacteria play in its development.
Can an herbal compound work just as well as the world’s top blood-sugar-lowering pill? Joanna Evans investigates
Everyone knows that sugary drinks can cause obesity and type 2 diabetes—but they could be doing even more damage than that. Drinking just two or more cola drinks a day could be triggering a more serious form of the disease that can develop into type 1 diabetes, where the sufferer must inject insulin every day to stay alive.
There’s been a major discovery about spinal cord injury—often seen as a life sentence—that opens up the possibility of a full recovery.