Latest Impaired glucose tolerance Stories
Circulating metabolite could predict abnormalities in body's response to a 'glucose challenge' as substitute for oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) RICHMOND, Va., Oct.
New research shows that children exposed to gestational diabetes in the wombs of their mothers are themselves around six times more likely to develop diabetes or prediabetes than children not exposed.
Labeling people with moderately high blood sugar as pre-diabetic is a drastically premature measure with no medical value and huge financial and social costs
Live webinar to focus on the development of a novel telemetry device for continuous monitoring of glucose in rodents.
Many research studies have shown that lifestyle interventions, such as exercise programs or weight loss, in people with impaired glucose tolerance (those at high risk of diabetes) can prevent progression to overt type 2 diabetes.
A study of almost 400 former elite male athletes shows that former status as an elite athlete reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in later life by 28%.
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Individuals who have blood sugar at the lower end of the normal range perform better on memory tests than non-diabetics with higher glucose levels, according to new research published online Wednesday in the peer-reviewed medical journal Neurology.
When Georgetown University neurologist R. Scott Turner, MD, PhD, began enrolling people with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease into a nationwide study last year, he expected to find only a handful of participants with undiagnosed glucose intolerance, as all the patients were already under a doctor's care and those with known diabetes were excluded.
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