Some Silicon Valley techies obsessively track their blood sugar -- and they don't have diabetes
5/17/2017 To his knowledge, none of his 11 colleagues have diabetes. A doctor on the team, Manuel Lam, helped them get their hands on regulated medical devices called continuous glucose monitors.
Role of PCI in Diabetes Continues to Evolve
5/17/2017 In this issue of Cardiology Today's Intervention, the Cover Story focuses on PCI and its role in the care of patients with diabetes. This is a large and growing segment of the population in the United States and globally. There has been a great deal of ...
Special Report: Living with diabetes
5/17/2017 Special Report: Living with diabetes. Error loading player: No playable sources found. Talk of diabetes prevention and treatment is certainly not a new topic here in South Texas.
Study Suggests Diabetic Obese Children Prone to Poor Oral Health
5/17/2017 Published March 2 in PLOS One, the study of three groups of children - 19 normal-weight children, 14 obese children and 16 obese children with Type 2 diabetes - found that poor oral health is more common in obese children with type 2 diabetes. The ...
'Breakthrough' drug could reverse vision loss caused by diabetes
5/17/2017 "This is the first time the FDA has approved a drug like this to reverse the disease," Singer said. The usage is for diabetic retinopathy in patients either with or without diabetic macular edema. This latest approval broadens the diabetic retinopathy ...
Maintaining the same weight as you age may prevent diabetes – even if you're overweight to begin with
5/17/2017 Although the number of people newly diagnosed with diabetes appears to be stabilising, and perhaps even decreasing, the total number of people living with the disease is increasing.
Here's why Sarah Palin will be at Diabetes Association event in Riverside
5/17/2017 Former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin speaks at the Politicon convention in Pasadena in 2016.
11-year-old marches cross-country for diabetes cure
5/17/2017 "Diabetes has become one of the major causes of disease and death in our country," says Dr. Siri Greeley, assistant professor of pediatrics and medicine at the University of Chicago.
All-diabetes pro cycling team competes in Amgen Tour of California
5/17/2017 Team Novo Nordisk is the world's first and only all-diabetic professional racing team. Every racer has type 1 diabetes. Australian team member, Chris Williams recalls his diagnosis. "I was in Australia doing a race and I collapsed at the end of a stage ...
Diabetes: Fighting the epidemic the way public health has fought HIV
5/17/2017 In the U.S. and other high-income countries, diabetes is a good news, bad news scenario. On one hand, people who have diabetes today fare better than they did 20 years ago. They are living longer and suffering fewer complications, such as heart disease ...