Eating more red meat over time may be associated with an increased risk of type-2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), according to a study from the National University of Singapore. An Pan, Ph.D, of the National...

An independent study by the Harvart School of Public Health has found a clear link between the consumption of soft drink, and type II diabetes and metabolic syndrome. While type II diabetes has long been...

Researchers at Nagoya University have reported evidence that drinking coffee may help prevent diabetes, and that coffee can ameliorate the effects of fatty liver, hyperglycemia and improve insulin sensitivity. The...