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What’s the diabetes world buzzing about today? Diabetes Flashpoints focuses on hot topics in diabetes, ranging from airline policies for overweight passengers to whether a higher HbA1c is healthier. So jump right in — leave a comment, send us your ideas — join the debate and let your voice be heard!
A new study suggests that exercising in the evening doesn’t cause sleep problems. For optimal sleep and energy, when is the best time to exercise?
Cooking with seasonal produce is touted by some as a key to better health. Do the benefits outweigh the downsides?
A new study suggests that the relationship between being overweight and developing Type 2 diabetes may be even more complicated than previously thought. Just how important is weight loss?
A recent study shows that viewing obesity as a disease, rather than simply a status, can change the way people feel and act. Could this also be true for diabetes?
A new study shows that doctors spend a lot of time during office visits gazing at computer screens. Are patients getting enough attention?
A new study concludes that while statins may raise the risk of developing diabetes, their cardiovascular benefits outweigh this risk. Are these drugs worth taking?
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