Platypus Venom May Help in Battle Against Diabetes
“In type 2 diabetes, the body makes some insulin but not enough to keep the blood sugar normal. The body has what we call 'insulin resistance,' which means that the insulin isn't working correctly in the body. This occurs because of inflammation and ...
Study Shows Lower Prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes Among Those Who Consume Walnuts
Eating a handful of nuts may cut your chances of developing diabetes in half, finds a recent study. The study representing more than 34,000 American adults suggests that those who consume walnuts may have about half the risk of developing type 2 ...
Type 1 diabetes vaccine? New study raises hope, questions
For Hodalis Gaytan, 20, living with Type 1 diabetes means depending on an assortment of expensive medicines and devices to stay healthy. Test strips. Needles. A glucose meter. Insulin. The increasing cost of Type 1 diabetes, one of the most common ...
UAB researchers make big discovery on diabetes research
Medical Discovery News: Could viruses cause diabetes?
Despite the rising incidence of diabetes in the U.S., the causes for the rise in numbers are not well understood. An interesting new discovery adds a new wrinkle to this mystery. Four viruses that normally infect fish were found to make insulin-like ...
PM2.5 contributes to burden of diabetes mellitus globally
No significant correlation with the risk of diabetes was seen for an increase in ambient air sodium concentration (interquartile range increase, 0.045 µg/m³) as the negative exposure control. The risk of diabetes increased considerably above 2.4 µg/m³ ...
Diabetes and Neuropathy
Millions of people in the US have been diagnosed with diabetes, and a lot of those patients also suffer from neuropathy. Dr. Christopher Richards, with Advanced Medical of Nashville, joins us to talk about possible treatment options. This segment is ...
in Type 1 Diabetes Ups Risk of Heart Defects in Baby
"This confirms previous findings that there is a higher risk of birth defects, primarily of the heart, [in infants born to mothers with type 1 diabetes]," said lead author Jonas Ludvigsson, MD, PhD, of the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden in a ...
PF, Other Respiratory Disorders May Be Linked to Type 2 Diabetes, Study Reports – Pulmonary Fibrosis News
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PF, Other Respiratory Disorders May Be Linked to Type 2 Diabetes, Study Reports
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This correlation is supported by the observation that a significant portion of patients with interstitial lung disease also have Type 2 diabetes, and the fact that patients with both idiopathic PF and diabetes have a worse prognosis than patients ...
Type 1 Diabetes Drugs 2018-2024 Global Market Outlook by Type, End-User and Region – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Maryville Daily Times
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Type 1 Diabetes Drugs 2018-2024 Global Market Outlook by Type, End-User and Region - ResearchAndMarkets.com
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Growing occurrence of type 1 diabetes is the major factor driving the type 1 diabetes drugs market. The rising awareness about the type 1 diabetes and availability of its treatment drugs, introduction of new advanced insulin delivery devices such as ...
Diabetes: A global epidemic, A local problem
Experts weigh pros, cons of second-line diabetes therapies
PHILADELPHIA — Panelists at the Heart in Diabetes Clinical Education Conference presented their respective arguments for their choice of SGLT2 inhibitors vs. GLP-1 receptor agonists as second-line therapy after metformin. Zachary T. Bloomgarden, MD, ...