Researchers at Newcastle University say they have observed the development of Type 2 diabetes for the first time, confirming a decade-old theory on what triggers the condition.
Such products might change the make-up of gut bacteria, scientists believe.
"If these reports are true, it could be a big blow to many millions of people on this drug," an expert said.
"Our study showed that there is still room for health improvement beyond what medicines can offer," an expert told Newsweek.
Undiagnosed diabetes made the schoolgirl more vulnerable to the infection.
"Unfortunately, this information will likely confuse consumers," one expert told Newsweek.
A recently-published study found an association between living near spaces with more plants and a lower risk of obesity and heart disease.
"This research can help provide the best care for individuals exposed to the World Trade Center disaster," an expert told Newsweek.
Scientists studied tissue and mice to find out more about the link between the conditions.
He was unable to afford his nearly $1,200-a-month insulin.
"For too long American patients have been paying exorbitantly high prices for prescription drugs that are made available to other countries at lower prices," Azar said in a statement on Wednesday.
Vitamin D regulates a number of genes involved in diabetes, the co-author of the study told Newsweek.
There are more smartphones on the planet than people.
Scientists were able to identify conditions using data from social media.
The nurse in East Texas told a string of lies uncovered by investigators, including a claim her daughter was diabetic.
Almost 20,000 residents of Colorado are diagnosed with diabetes every year, and 400,000 Coloradans live with the disease.
Doctors had to manually drain the blood to save his life.
Being metabolically healthy is very important, not least because it reduces our risk of developing serious health conditions.
Rates of Type-2 diabetes are expected to soar over the next 12 years.
Diabetes affects about 422 million people worldwide.
Researchers hope the drug will reduce reliance on injections and help prevent life-changing complications.
Scientists wanted to understand if coffee could be beneficial even in those whose bodies process it slowly.
"I hate the word 'cure' because it means something different to everybody," one of the researchers said. "But I think it's a major advancement.... It has simplicity."
Calcification was found in the hippocampus, a small organ which plays a key role in our brain's ability to store memories.