Sleep and diabetes: the seemingly contradictory relationship explained

4th January 2017

A complicated relationship exists between sleep and diabetes, which is characterised by a number of apparent contradictions. For example, lack of ...

Ostracised by the medical community, Dr Csaba Tóth insists the paleo keto diet is a groundbreaking diabetes treatment

15th December 2016

“We can’t deny the paleolithic ketogenic diet and we can’t deny ...

Fat and politics – Nina Teicholz on how the Seven Countries Study influenced dietary policy

14th December 2016

The idea that saturated fat is bad is beginning to be questioned ...

30 years to lasting change: How JDRF helped to make research a reality for the millions with type 1 diabetes

31st October 2016

Our team recently attended JDRF’s 30th anniversary ...

Could SGLT2 inhibitors eventually be approved as a type 1 diabetes treatment?

1st August 2016

Sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors are a ...

Heart disease and diabetes: An in-depth look into atherosclerosis

8th July 2016

There are a lot of misconceptions and debates about heart ...

Brexit and diabetes healthcare: an informed and factual review

22nd June 2016

Quit the Brexit scaremonging, how the landmark EU referendum will ...