Consumption of high-fat dairy products could lower the risk for type 2 diabetes, according to researchers from the Lund University
People who boosted their coffee intake by "moderate to large" doses in a U.S.-based study had a lower risk for adult-onset
The number of people with type 2 diabetes continues to rise in Canada. It has become a major health concern, with notable societal and economic repercussions. For the past two years, my colleagues on the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health (CTFPHC) have been examining the issue of diabetes. The evidence that formed our recommendation may surprise some.