Monthly Archives: October 2017

ER visits for diabetes on the rise in Georgia – Statesboro Herald

Statesboro HeraldER visits for diabetes on the rise in GeorgiaStatesboro HeraldRoughly twice a month, a charitable clinic in rural South Georgia gets a referral from a local hospital regarding a patient with diabetes. In each case, the patient had been… Continue reading

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One Drop and Fitbit Announce Diabetes Collaboration – hcanews.com

SportTechieOne Drop and Fitbit Announce Diabetes Collaborationhcanews.comTwo big names in the connected health sphere announced today a collaboration to integrate services for diabetes care. One Drop, which makes mobile-connected glucose monitoring dev… Continue reading

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Understudied racial minority groups show alarmingly high rates of obesity and diabetes – Medical Xpress

Understudied racial minority groups show alarmingly high rates of obesity and diabetesMedical XpressSome of the smallest and historically neglected racial groups in the United States experience far more obesity, diabetes, and other health conditions th… Continue reading

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York High quarterback doesn’t let diabetes keep him off the field – York Daily Record/Sunday News


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York High quarterback doesn’t let diabetes keep him off the field
York Daily Record/Sunday News
Anciso has Type 1 diabetes, meaning his body doesn’t naturally produce enough insulin. He regulates his blood sugar by taking insulin shots and monitoring his diet, while also wearing a device called a Constant Glucose Monitor. It’s something he has to

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Diabetes Apps Increase User Engagement But Should Be Doing Just The Opposite – HuffPost

Diabetes Apps Increase User Engagement But Should Be Doing Just The OppositeHuffPostPeople with diabetes increasingly turn to smartphone apps to help them manage their condition, and people like my son, a young adult who has lived with type 1 diabetes … Continue reading

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Type 3c Diabetes Misdiagnosed; Patients at Risk of Complications – Medscape

MedscapeType 3c Diabetes Misdiagnosed; Patients at Risk of ComplicationsMedscapePatients with a form of diabetes due to pancreatic dysfunction are commonly misdiagnosed as having type 2 diabetes, resulting in poor glycemic control and suboptimal care, … Continue reading

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Benton hospital offers free courses to help individuals manage diabetes – Hot Springs Village Voice


Hot Springs Village Voice

Benton hospital offers free courses to help individuals manage diabetes
Hot Springs Village Voice
Diabetes is one of the leading causes of disability and death in the United States. One in 10 Americans has diabetes — that’s more than 30 million people. And another 84 million adults in the United States are at high risk of developing type 2

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Fitbit Partners With Diabetes Management Platform One Drop – SportTechie

SportTechieFitbit Partners With Diabetes Management Platform One DropSportTechieFitbit announced a partnership on Tuesday with cloud-based diabetes care management platform One Drop to help Fitbit users with diabetes better manage the disease. One Drop… Continue reading

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How berberine works to slow diabetes-related cognitive decline – Medical Xpress


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How berberine works to slow diabetes-related cognitive decline
Medical Xpress
The article entitled “Berberine Improves Diabetic Encephalopathy Through the SIRT1/ER Stress Pathway in db/db Mice” was authored by a team of researchers from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, led by Shi-Jie Zhang and Yun-Bo Chen.

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Why Meal Timing Is Important for Better Diabetes Control – U.S. News & World Report


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Why Meal Timing Is Important for Better Diabetes Control
U.S. News & World Report
“To some extent, the timing of meals can play a role with diabetes and weight management,” says Daniela Novotny, a registered dietitian and biomedical sciences instructor at Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. “Research suggests that

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