'Eating 3 tablespoons of walnuts a day makes you HALF as likely to develop type 2 diabetes' says the Mail Online, reporting on a study part-funded by the California Walnut Commission
'Could your toothpaste give you type 2 diabetes?' is the unusual question from the Mail Online
"New hope for type 1 diabetes," reports The Express after a study showed insulin production falls for about 7 years and then stabilises in people with type 1 diabetes.
"Diabetes is actually five separate diseases," reports BBC News on a study looking at nearly 9,000 people with diabetes in Sweden and Finland.
"Going vegan can prevent overweight adults from developing type 2 diabetes, an 'important' new study has concluded," reports the Mail Online.
"Many might think type 1 diabetes is a "disease of childhood", but research, published in the Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, has found it has similar prevalence in adults" BBC News reports
"Radical diet can reverse type 2 diabetes," The Guardian reports
Patients and doctors may not realise a disease which costs the NHS £22m a day can be reversed BBC News reports. The disease, type 2 diabetes, can be reversed through weight loss.
'Being bullied at work dramatically raises the risk of developing diabetes, according to new research' the Mail Online reports.