Monthly Archives: December 2017

Third-grader explains how she manages Type 1 Diabetes – The Pike County Courier


The Pike County Courier

Third-grader explains how she manages Type 1 Diabetes
The Pike County Courier
MILFORD — The Healthcare Careers CTE program at Delaware Valley High School welcomed a guest speaker, third-grader Josie Lordi, to their class on Wednesday, Dec. 20. The Healthcare Careers classes previously completed a lesson on Type 1 Diabetes in

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Some dining tips for those who have diabetes, a disease affecting 460000 Kentuckians – User-generated content (press release)

Some dining tips for those who have diabetes, a disease affecting 460000 Kentuckians
User-generated content (press release)
Food and festivities that are part of the holiday season can make it hard to eat healthy, especially if you are one of the almost 460,000 Kentuckians who have diabetes. But it doesn’t have to be if you make a plan and stick to it, says the American

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Guidelines explained for those with diabetes – MyAJC

Guidelines explained for those with diabetes
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Jerry from Austin writes, “My doctor has diagnosed me as a borderline diabetes patient. Please advise.” My advice? Get thee to a Diabetes Prevention Program, aka DPP. This is a national education program specifically geared to people like yourself who

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Health department slates diabetes management class schedule for ’18 – Claremore Daily Progress


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Health department slates diabetes management class schedule for ’18
Claremore Daily Progress
Heading into 2018, the staff at the Rogers County Health Department wants to equip persons living with diabetes with the knowledge and tools to have a healthy new year and beyond. Beginning Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, Rogers County Health Department will be

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These developments in diabetes care will shape the industry next year – CNBC

CNBCThese developments in diabetes care will shape the industry next yearCNBCCompanies are racing to develop technology that makes it easier and simpler for the estimated 30.3 million Americans with diabetes to manage their blood sugar. About 9 percent… Continue reading

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Diabetes rates on the rise among Latino communities – Ricentral.com

Diabetes rates on the rise among Latino communitiesRicentral.comAt Tufts Health Plan, we are focused on addressing health care disparities, particularly for those living with diabetes in the Latino and Hispanic communities. Our efforts to improve their… Continue reading

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Modifiable Factors May Explain Higher Risk of Diabetes in Blacks – Medscape

Modifiable Factors May Explain Higher Risk of Diabetes in Blacks
Medscape
“These results suggest prevention efforts that address racial inequalities in socioeconomic factors (eg, educational attainment and income) may be one strategy to reduce racial disparities in diabetes risk,” Michael P Bancks, PhD, from Northwestern

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U eyes new islet transplant for diabetes – Southernminn.com

Southernminn.comU eyes new islet transplant for diabetesSouthernminn.comThe 43-year-old web developer has resented his type 1 diabetes but managed it through insulin injections. In recent years he has become less sensitive to fluctuations in his blood … Continue reading

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Cooper Connection: How to cope with type 1 diabetes – Cherry Hill Courier Post

Cherry Hill Courier PostCooper Connection: How to cope with type 1 diabetesCherry Hill Courier PostType 1 diabetes, once known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insuli… Continue reading

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Cardiovascular Outcomes Are the Focus of Evidence-Based Diabetes Managementâ„¢, a Publication of The American … – Business Wire (press release)

Cardiovascular Outcomes Are the Focus of Evidence-Based Diabetes Management™, a Publication of The American …
Business Wire (press release)
A decade ago, the FDA began requiring a new type of clinical trial, the cardiovascular outcomes trial, to make sure diabetes and obesity drugs were safe. In 2015, came a surprise—the sodium glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitor empagliflozin

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