A Diabetes Reality Show To Air in July >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 One of the least interesting things about Charles Mattocks might be that he is Bob Marley's nephew. One of the most interesting things is that the man famously known as the “Poor Chef” is the creator of a reality show about diabetes airing in July.
Bell County Diabetes Coalition working on plan >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 One in three adults has pre-diabetes, and one in 10 of those adults don't know they are at risk. It makes sense that health care providers and their patients with pre-diabetes and diabetes are continuously looking for further education instruction.
Honig family planning diabetes fundraiser >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 The party at Honig is just one stop on an epic, 10-week adventure for Team Bike Beyond, a cycling team composed of 20 international riders living with Type 1 diabetes. As they pedal their way from New York City to San Francisco, they will spread the ...
UA-Sonora Partnership Targets Diabetes in Mexico - AZPM >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Diabetes has become the No. 1 cause of death in Mexico, and a program in Sonora is working to help diabetics all over the world. Enter any marketplace in ...
WSU gets $3 million NIH grant for improving diabetes care in youth >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Wayne State University has received a $3.05 million grant from the National Institute of Health for a five-year trial focused on helping parents and other caretakers assist diabetic adolescents to complete their daily care. The trial is aimed at ...
High Diabetes Rates for Poorer Indians in Rich Cities, Mirroring West >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 The demographic pattern of the diabetes epidemic in India has shifted so that, in more affluent cities, the disease is more common among poorer people than among those with a higher socioeconomic status (SES), say Indian researchers who are calling for ...
Health & Wellness: 4 most effective ways to control gestational ... >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 When I was pregnant with my fifth baby, I went into the doctor's office and found out that I was at risk for gestational diabetes.
When a Nonprofit Business Model Turns Bad, Patients Sidestep Advocacy Groups >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 In this case, the patients had to go it alone and without the support of patient advocacy groups like the American Diabetes Association, notable for their absence in this fight. Why so quiet? That traces back to their financial ties to the very ...
Daylight on diabetes drugs: Nevada bill would track insulin makers' profits >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Many of the 1.25 million Americans who live with Type 1 diabetes cheered the legislative effort in Nevada as an important first step in their fight against skyrocketing costs of a drug on which their lives depend.
Baptist camp helps kids fight diabetes >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Russell was among 32 kids registered for Camp Day2Day, an event for youngsters diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes, along with those considered at-risk for the disease because of family history and other factors.
Nevada Would Be First to Track Insulin Makers' Profits >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Many of the 1.25 million Americans who live with Type 1 diabetes cheered the legislative effort in Nevada as an important first step in their fight against skyrocketing costs of a drug on which their lives depend.
Woman Charged For Failing To Manage Daughter's Diabetes >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 According to a criminal complaint, a social worker told authorities the girl's eating was poorly controlled, and she would not have had diabetic ketoacidosis if Ross gave appropriate doses of insulin and adequately supervised her daughter's diabetes.
Exscientia Takes Single Molecules To Multiple Pathways In Diabetes >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Innovation in diabetes seems to have reached a plateau, with recently launched drugs focusing on combinations and quick- or extended-action formulations.
SSM Health Medical Minute: Gestational Diabetes is linked to outdoor temperatures >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Gestational diabetes is a temporary condition that can develop in pregnant females during the second trimester, occurring when the mother's body does not produce enough insulin and thus cannot process glucose into energy.
Lilly pays $55M for rights to KeyBioscience's diabetes assets >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 Eli Lilly is paying $55 million upfront for the rights to KeyBioscience's pipeline of treatments for Type 2 diabetes and other metabolic conditions.
Diabetes drugs linked to higher risk for rare but deadly complication ... >> Diabetes
6/8/2017 The dangerous side effect is usually seen with type 1 diabetes, not type 2, so doctors are not always on the lookout for it.
Some Silicon Valley techies obsessively track their blood sugar -- and they don't have diabetes >> 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 >> Diabetes
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 >> 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 >> Diabetes
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 >> 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 >> Diabetes
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 >> Diabetes
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 >> Diabetes
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 >> Diabetes
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 >> Diabetes
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 ...
Can outdoor temperatures influence gestational diabetes? >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 Gestational diabetes (GD) is a temporary form of diabetes that affects some women during pregnancy. These future mothers often have no history of diabetes prior to getting pregnant, but their blood sugar increases by the time they are halfway through ...
A Patient With Diabetes No Longer Needs Insulin After Receiving A Bioengineered “Pancreas” >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 If a treatment only works temporarily, it has little chance of making a significant difference in the lives of patients, which is why the latest news from the University of Miami's Diabetes Research Institute is so exciting. A year after transplanting ...
Diabetes Coalition addresses SWGA epidemic >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 Health officials sounded the alarm on what's being called the diabetes epidemic facing South Georgians. It's particularly bad in the counties surrounding Albany.
Could warmer temperatures raise diabetes risk in pregnancy? >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 Changes in temperature may only lead to a small increase in the risk of gestational diabetes, but the number of women affected may be substantial, said Booth.
Improving drugs for type 2 diabetes >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 Type 2 diabetes, a prolific killer, is on a steep ascent. According to the World Health Organization, the incidence of the condition has grown dramatically from 108 million cases in 1980 to well over 400 million today.
5 Ways to Cope When a Family Member Has Diabetes >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 “Having a family member with diabetes definitely impacts the entire family,” says Dr. Irene M. O'Shaughnessy, a professor of medicine at the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.
Local teen advocating for diabetes research >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 Type 1 diabetes - also referred to as juvenile diabetes, though it can develop at any age - is a disease in which the pancreas is not producing enough insulin, which regulates blood sugar.
Taking control of diabetes >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 While local high schools won't graduate until next week, these women– Lucy Duval, Luete Ellis, Jimmie Lois Jackson, Cozette Luker and Gussic McQueen-– will serve as the inaugural group to graduate from diabetes class. The course is taught by diabetes ...
Diabetes Drug Gets FDA Warning Due to Amputation Risk >> Diabetes
5/17/2017 WEDNESDAY, May 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- The type 2 diabetes prescription drug canagliflozin (brand names Invokana, Invokamet, Invokamet XR) appears to increase the risk of leg and foot amputations, the U.S.
Mustache Guys ride to leave diabetes behind >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 Paul, 69, and Zachary, 34, will ride in the North Shore Tour de Cure, the largest fundraising event for American Diabetes Association in New England.
New Programs Aim to Curb Diabetes Drug Costs >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 The rising cost of drugs to treat diabetes—among other conditions—has come under fire over the past two years. As a result, some pharmaceutical manufacturers and PBMs are establishing programs to help reduce the cost of diabetes medications. But the ...
Ascensia, Dr. Oz team up to empower people with diabetes >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 PARSIPPANY, N.J. - Dr. Mehmet Oz has given Ascensia Diabetes Care a big boost in its efforts to educate people about diabetes and help the nearly 30 million Americans with the disease better manage their condition. Ascensia is partnering with The Dr ...
AACE: Complete Reversal of Type 2 Diabetes With GLP-1 Agonist >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 Retrospective analysis presentation shows liraglutide (LIRA) improved glycemic parameters, reduced body weight, BMI, and waist circumference in new T2 patients.
Noah's March aims to raise awareness for juvenile diabetes >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 SALINE CO. -- An 11-year-old Florida boy is walking coast to coast to raise awareness for Type 1 Diabetes. The boy is taking the strides in Saline County right now in hopes helping other kids, just like him.
'I don't want to go backwards': Woman beats diabetes before she gets it with help of YMCA class >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 Heavy and not very active, Galland was pre-diabetic, and she likely would have ended up with type 2 diabetes had she not followed her friend to the class and begun to change her life.
Former CBS3 Reporter Details Living With Type 1 Diabetes In New Book >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - There's been a 21 percent increase in the number of young people being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Former CBS3 reporter Oren Liebermann wrote a new book about living with it. Liebermann, who is now a CNN reporter based ...
American Diabetes Association Extremely Disappointed and Saddened by Comments About People with Diabetes ... >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 ARLINGTON, Va., May 12, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On behalf of the nearly 30 million Americans living with diabetes, the American Diabetes Association is extremely disappointed by the misinformed statement of Mick Mulvaney, director of the ...
AACE highlights include new therapies for diabetes, secondary hypogonadism, obesity >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 New anti-diabetic therapies offer options for patients with type 2 diabetes and heart failure, whereas several ongoing and longer-term studies are shedding new light on more controversial agents for this patient population, according to Richard Gilbert ...
Keeping my kids with diabetes alive costs thousands a year. Trumpcare terrifies me. >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 I will never forget that day in 2012 when our doctor told me and my husband our 2-year-old son had diabetes. At first, we were frightened for his health and future.
New Strains of Rice May Help Fight China's Diabetes Scourge >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 With a stack of small, brown envelopes in hand, Li Jianyue trudges through a rice field in southern China to gather grain specimens she hopes might one day fight diabetes. The obesity-linked disease is on a tear in China, and rice -- the country's ...
Diabetes: Cost Matters, Measuring Financial Burden Makes Difference >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 Patel MR, Resnicow K, Lang I, Kraus K, Heisler M. Solutions to address diabetes-related financial burden and cost-related nonadherence: Results from a pilot study.
Score Predicts Diabetes Remission With Sleeve vs Bypass Surgery >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 Using data from the longest, largest study of obese patients with type 2 diabetes who underwent Roux-en-Y gastric bypass or sleeve gastrectomy, researchers at the Cleveland Clinic have developed a validated nomogram - known as the Individualized ...
What It Takes To Dance With Diabetes >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 Then a corps member with Pennsylvania Ballet, Prominski didn't know that the virus had triggered Type 1 diabetes. The disease is normally diagnosed in childhood, so it didn't occur to Prominski or her doctors that she could have developed it at age 25.
'Weight 2 Change' class offers support on lowering diabetes >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported more than 29 million citizens are living with diabetes and 86 million are living with pre-diabetes, which increases the risk of being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and other chronic ...
Diabetes cases on the rise >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 The 29-year-old was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes five years ago, and utilized the Johnson Memorial Health Diabetes Care Center in Franklin to learn about testing her glucose levels, managing her diet and adapting her lifestyle to the disease.
Diabetes Prevention Program Promising in First 4 Years >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 The first 4 years of the US National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) show promising results, according to a new report published today in Diabetes Care. DPP is an evidence-based program developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
Prevent Or Reverse Diabetes: An Amazing Herbal Intervention >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 If you've been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, it's important to understand it's not a life sentence. With sensible food choices, a healthy exercise routine, and an amazing herbal remedy called Hintonia latiflora, you can fight type 2 diabetes and look ...
10 foods that can help prevent diabetes >> Diabetes
5/13/2017 Type 2 diabetes, the most common form, is a disease in which the body's cells don't use insulin properly. At first, the pancreas makes more insulin to get glucose into the cells, but over time, the pancreas can't make enough to keep blood glucose ...
Diabetes program combines clinical, group and caregiver approach >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 The couple lives part time in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and part time in Northport, where the Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Michigan offered a pilot version of LIFE with Diabetes last summer. The agency will offer the program to Grand Traverse area ...
'Drive Away Diabetes' disc golf scramble set for Saturday in Hays >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 For fans of disc golf, or anyone looking to do something different on their Saturday afternoon, a team from Fort Hays University's Leadership 310 class, along with Lexi Pfannenstiel and Ashley Moore, will be putting on the “Drive Away Diabetes” charity ...
Harvard diabetes researcher retracts third paper >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 A prominent diabetes researcher based at Harvard Medical School has retracted a third paper, citing manipulation of multiple figures.
Childhood obesity quadruples risk of developing type 2 diabetes ... >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 Children with obesity face four times the risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared to children with a body mass index (BMI) in the normal range, according to ...
Future of Diabetes Care Paradigms - Forecast to 2022 - Research and Markets >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 The study provides an exhaustive coverage of the overall diabetes ecosystem, with strong focus on startups, apart from the existing stakeholders.
An Apple Watch for Diabetics Won't Hit the Market Anytime Soon >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 During the last few years, we have witnessed an unprecedented acceleration of technological advances for people with diabetes, a condition that affects nearly 30 million Americans. New systems are promising patients less hassle, less pain, fewer ...
April 26, 2017 | Diabetes & Physical Fitness >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 “I mean I guess the biggest goal is to teach them how to manage it now so that they don't have the long term effects later like heart disease and kidney disease,” said Angela Soltysiak, Diabetes Education Coordinator. “All of those long term effects ...
Shiver yourself free of diabetes: how turning down the thermostat can help tackle disease >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 Sitting at home shivering may not seem like a recipe for health and happiness. But scientists have found that people with Type 2 diabetes can improve their condition simply by turning the heating down. Most houses in the winter are heated to around 21C ...
Ascensia, higi team with 'The Dr. Oz Show' for Diabetes Challenge >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 PARSIPPANY, N.J. - Ascensia Diabetes Care is partnering with “The Dr. Oz Show” to launch a 60-Day “Take Charge” Diabetes Challenge. Ascensia is sponsoring the challenge, which is designed to increase awareness of diabetes among the general ...
Texas scientists closer to diabetes cure with unconventional treatment >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 The immune system of a person with diabetes kills off useful “beta” cells, but the UT researchers say they have found a way to make other cells in the pancreas perform the necessary work.
YMCA Buffalo Niagara to launch new diabetes prevention programs >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 “We've seen great results with the Diabetes Prevention Program,” said Kelly Standage, right, association director of membership and wellness programs for the regional YMCA, pictured with program educator Mary Ann Drake.
Big Tech Is Taking on Diabetes >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 Amazon has partnered with pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co., Inc. (NYSE:MRK) and is challenging developers to create Alexa-powered solutions to improve the lives of people managing Type 2 diabetes. According to Amazon, 27.5 million people in the ...
Raising money for Type 1 diabetes research >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) - The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) invites the community to attend their 20th Anniversary Vision Gala.
The Kid's Doctor: Why is childhood diabetes on the rise? >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 Diabetes continues to be a growing problem among our nation's children. Did you know that every year there are more than 25,000 children diagnosed with diabetes? To begin with there are two different types of childhood diabetes, type 1 and type 2; and ...
Decrease in cardiovascular diseases benefits persons with diabetes ... >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 The incidence of cardiovascular diseases in Sweden has decreased sharply since the late 1990s. This research included almost three million adult Swedes.
800-Mile Ride Through 'Diabetes Belt' Takes Cyclist From Chicago To Atlanta >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 "I am doing this ride to give back by raising awareness about diabetes and modest funds for the American Diabetes Association," he said. "I am hoping to meet other cyclists around the places I pass through. There's this bond I think among cyclists and ...
Baystate doctor sees more diabetes among minority youth >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 A report in the New England Journal of Medicine looking at rates of diabetes among young people over a 10-year period shows Type 1 diabetes has increased by an annual rate of 1.4 percent among those 19 and under, while Type 2 diabetes, once ...
Lilly Assures Market As Diabetes Stumbles >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 As the diabetes wars have raged, Eli Lilly's (NYSE:LLY) balanced portfolio has helped insulate it from the share price losses dealt to competitor Novo Nordisk (OTCPK:NONOF).
Obesity in Children Quadruples Their Risk of Type 2 Diabetes >> Diabetes
4/26/2017 Children who are obese have a fourfold increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared with their normal-weight counterparts, UK investigators have found in an electronic health record study.
Free Empower Diabetes Classes Begin May 2 at UT Health Northeast >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 East Texas diabetics are encouraged to learn more, get connected, and get on top of the serious disease by attending UT Health Northeast's free Empower Diabetes classes beginning May 2 in classroom 3207 at UT Health Northeast, located at 11937 U.S. ...
Roche's Genentech Says Its Drug For Diabetes Complication Has Been Approved By FDA >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Roche Holding AG's Genentech said Monday afternoon that the Food and Drug Administration has approved its drug for diabetic retinopathy, a complication of diabetes that can cause blindness. The drug, Lucentis, is the first approved for patients with or ...
Ten-year-old, family, explain life with Type 1 Diabetes >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Leland, a perfectly happy and healthy child, was a Type 1 diabetic. Commonly referred to as Juvenile Diabetes, we now know the condition can affect people of all ages.
The payoff would be huge if Apple or Alphabet solved this 'really tough' diabetes problem >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Biotechnology experts said such a breakthrough would make the Apple Watch a must-have device for millions of people with diabetes. "There is definitely a huge market opportunity here," said Steve Pacelli, executive vice president of strategy and ...
Obesity and Diabetes Might Be Treated by Targeting Two BAT Cell Receptors >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Both receptors, TRPM8 and TRPP3, are associated with the creation of BAT in humans and may be activated by certain foods, and possibly the envisioned new drugs.
Fayetteville cyclist battles to become pro despite diabetes diagnosis >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 He bleeds a little bit before each bike race. One burgundy drop, squeezed out of his newly pricked index finger is all he needs. His blood tells him what to eat, when to eat it and whether or not his type 1 diabetes is going to give him a chance to win ...
Commentary: Misguided proposal sets Nevada back in the fight against diabetes >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Diabetes is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in Nevada. More than 12 percent of Nevadans have diabetes and, in 2012, diabetes was the seventh leading cause of death in the state. Legislative leaders could work to help address the diabetes ...
Declines in CV events, mortality comparable between adults with diabetes, general population >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Mortality and incidence of cardiovascular outcomes decreased in Sweden from 1998 to 2014 in adults with diabetes. Although rates of nonfatal cardiovascular events dropped further for those with diabetes than those for the general population, the ...
BetaBuddy empowers youths with diabetes >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 From sunrise to sunset, children with diabetes regularly check blood sugars, plan meals and pump insulin. They prick their finger between seven and 15 times.
Johnson & Johnson Explores Options for Diabetes Care Unit >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ) continues to evaluate options for its diabetes care business, said chief financial officer Dominic Caruso on an earnings call Tuesday.
LMPTP inhibitors — potential treatment for type 2 diabetes? >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 New research has identified low molecular weight phosphotyrosine protein phosphatase (LMPTP) - a class II protein tyrosine phosphatase (PTP) encoded by ACP1 - as a crucial promoter of insulin resistance and diabetes mellitus induced by high-fat diet.
One Drop Experts Becomes First Digital Diabetes Education >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 NEW YORK, April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- One Drop today announced that its mobile diabetes education and coaching program, One Drop | Experts, has been Recognized by the American Diabetes Association for Quality Self-Management Education
A Salem toddler was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at just two y - ABC57 News - See the Difference Michiana >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 A Salem toddler was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at just two years old. One of the symptoms was speech delay but he has found another way to communicate.
The 51 countries with the highest diabetes rates >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Diabetes is one of the largest health issues of the 21st century. According to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, roughly 29 million people have diabetes in the U.S. -- 9.3 percent of the population. Equally concerning is ...
Pre-diabetes has become an epidemic for Americans >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 If you have pre-diabetes, the long-term damage of diabetes, especially to your heart, blood vessels, and kidneys, may have already begun, according to the Mayo Clinic.
How diabetes is linked to gut bacteria >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 The majority of cells within our bodies are not human—nor is the majority of our DNA. We are hosts to 1014 bacterial cells (50 percent to 90 percent of all cells) that make up as much as 95 percent of our total DNA.
19-year old Georgia college student dies of diabetes complication >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 COLUMBUS, Ga. - Looking around Marquis House's bedroom in his family's Columbus, Georgia, home, it almost feels like he's still here, like he's going to walk in the door any second.
Assess Patients With Diabetes for Sleep Quality >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 Nearly one quarter (24%) of respondents with diabetes were diagnosed with a sleep disorder, and 77% reported at least one sleep symptom.
10 Myths About Diabetes >> Diabetes
4/18/2017 When it comes to diabetes, there are a lot of misconceptions. From vision loss to amputated limbs and even heart attacks and strokes, many health problems can occur if you follow inaccurate information about caring for your diabetes. It's best to take ...
JAMA study shows telemedicine can improve screening access, efficiency for diabetes-caused blindness in LA County ... >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 While diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness among working age adults in the United States - and one of the most common complications from all types of diabetes - early detection and treatment can reduce that risk by up to 95 percent.
Diabetes and Sleep >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 This has occurred simultaneously with a significant increase in obesity and diabetes prevalence. Sleep in humans is usually made up of a single block of 7-9 hours at night, during which feeding is absent.
Researchers connect common fats to a lazy lifestyle and diabetes >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 UBC researcher Sanjoy Ghosh connects common fats to a lazy lifestyle and diabetes. Credit: UBC Okanagan. A UBC researcher is suggesting the types of cooking oils people consume may be sabotaging their efforts to stay healthy and avoid illnesses such ...
Merck, Amazon challenge developers to build Alexa apps for diabetes >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 Amazon Web Services and Merck announced a developer competition on Monday to that plans to harness artificial intelligence for diabetics.
Teen works to save summer camp for kids with diabetes >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 Camp Cure is a day camp for diabetic children, which is a week in June or July, held at the Kiwanis Fresh Air Camp in Knoxville.
If you're serious about lowering your diabetes risk, you should eat this right now >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 New research has found that a diet rich in legumes could lower the risk of developing diabetes. Legumes are already known to have various health benefits thanks to being rich in B vitamins, minerals (including calcium, potassium and magnesium) and fibre.
Intestinal bacteria may protect against diabetes >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 A high concentration of indolepropionic acid in the serum protects against type 2 diabetes, shows a new study from the University of Eastern Finland.
Those with diabetes have a special need to protect their vision >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 If you have diabetes - Type 1-insulin dependent or Type 2-non-insulin dependent - you may be at risk for eye disease. It is imperative that those with diabetes get a dilated eye exam every year to check for eye health as well as overall health. The ...
Michigan Medicine ranks in 90th percentile for diabetes performance >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Michigan Medicine has ranked in the 90th percentile of the AMGA Foundation's Diabetes: Together 2 Goal campaign for its diabetes performance related to lipid management. The campaign, launched in March 2016, has a goal to ...
Young lacrosse star balances Type 1 diabetes with his sport >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 Managing type 1 Diabetes can be challenging for both a child and family. Add in sports, and the balancing act gets more complicated.
Tackling diabetes with video chats >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 About a year and a half ago, Robin Collier and her husband, Wayne, were like millions of other Americans: overweight and living with Type 2 diabetes. Despite multiple diets, the couple could not seem to lose much weight. Then Robin Collier's doctor ...
Gut bacteria compound may help to prevent type 2 diabetes >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 The study suggests that having high blood levels of indolepropionic acid, which is a byproduct of gut bacteria, may protect against type 2 diabetes. Writing about the discovery in the journal Scientific Reports, the team - led by researchers from the ...
Fresh fruit may prevent diabetes and related complications >> Diabetes
4/12/2017 Most of us know that eating fresh fruit and vegetables is good for our health. However, people diagnosed with diabetes may avoid fruit due to its high sugar content.
Portage Central's Owen Miller overcomes diabetes diagnosis to earn Kalamazoo Gazette Swimmer of the Year honors >> Diabetes
4/11/2017 Monitoring his blood sugar didn't cross his mind until the frightful day he received a Type 1 diabetes diagnosis. After weeks of feeling run down at school during his freshman year, Miller's grandma, a nurse by trade, had a hunch that it wasn't just ...
Sanford Bemidji hosts diabetes seminar >> Diabetes
4/11/2017 BEMIDJI -- Sanford Bemidji Diabetes Education will host a free “Living Well with Diabetes” gathering from 4 to 5 p.m.
Camp Ho Mita Koda, oldest in nation, closed as Diabetes Partnership of Cleveland dissolves >> Diabetes
4/11/2017 BEACHWOOD, Ohio - Camp Ho Mita Koda, the nation's oldest summer camp for children with diabetes, has been closed by the Diabetes Partnership of Cleveland, which announced last week it was dissolving. The board of the non-profit that has provided ...
Intestinal bacteria may protect against diabetes >> Diabetes
4/11/2017 A high concentration of indolepropionic acid in the serum protects against type 2 diabetes, shows a new study from the University of Eastern Finland.
Pork Tacos Topped With Fries: Fuel For Mexico's Diabetes Epidemic >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 Anais Martinez is on the hunt in Mexico City's Merced Market, a sprawling covered bazaar brimming with delicacies. "So this is the deep-fried tamale!
Government of Canada and JDRF join forces to defeat diabetes >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 OTTAWA, April 10, 2017 /CNW/ - David McGuinty, MP for Ottawa South, on behalf of the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health, announced today that the ...
Morris Lions Club donates additional $5000 to the Morris Hospital Diabetes Program >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 On March 30, the Morris Lions Club presented a second check to the Morris Hospital Diabetes Program, in the lobby of the Morris library.
Diabetes fatalities may be far more common than thought >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 Nearly four times as many Americans may die of diabetes as indicated on death certificates, a rate that would bump the disease up from the seventh-leading cause of death to No.
Jazz Artist Curtis Stigers To Play West Hartford Juvenile Diabetes Benefit >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 The happy artistic results of Stigers' conversion will be exhibited as the acclaimed jazz vocalist sets down in West Hartford to lead his tight-knit quartet on April 22 at 7 p.m.
Novant Health clinic focused on helping people with diabetes >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- A Piedmont clinic is focused on helping patients with diabetes who struggle with managing their insulin regimens.
In Diabetes Fight, Lifestyle Changes Prove Hard To Come By In Mexico >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 Let's say you'd like to go for a run in Mexico City. Dr. Tonatiuh Barrientos, an epidemiologist with Mexico's National Institute of Public Health, thinks that's a good idea - in theory.
Drs. Oz & Roizen: Exercise, weight loss can help fight diabetes >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 The trial: Eighty-three volunteers with Type 2 diabetes were divided into three groups: For 16 weeks, members of one group received intense, personalized intervention, including an individual exercise routine, a meal plan cutting food intake by 500-750 ...
Muscatine Diabetes Walk set for May 5 >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 On May 6, 2016, more than 350 walkers participated in the Muscatine Diabetes Walk at Discovery Park. This fundraising event supports, empowers and encourages Muscatine County area residents living with diabetes to live long, healthy, happy and ...
Alexa Diabetes Challenge hopes Amazon's virtual assistant can help patients manage the chronic condition >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 The Alexa Diabetes Challenge, launched today, is an effort to do just that, calling on innovators around the country to develop Alexa-powered solutions for people managing Type 2 diabetes. The winner of the multi-stage competition will get $125,000 to ...
Health Beat: Don't let pre-diabetes become diabetes >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 ORLANDO, Fla. - If you have pre-diabetes, the long-term damage of diabetes, especially to your heart, blood vessels and kidneys, may already be starting, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Erie teen with diabetes found safe, returned to mother - Denver7 ... >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 A diabetic teen in Erie who had gone missing was safely located and returned to her mother, police said.
Diabetes, chronic kidney disease increases in Colorado >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 DENVER - The rate of diabetes and chronic kidney disease has gone up over the last 10 years in Colorado. Roy Darden must receive dialysis treatments three days each week at DaVita, one of the largest kidney care companies in the U.S.
Diabetes is even deadlier than we thought, study suggests - The ... >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 Nearly four times as many Americans may die of diabetes as indicated on death certificates, a rate that would bump the disease up from the seventh-leading ...
Diabetes fatalities may be far more common than we thought >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 Nearly four times as many Americans may die of diabetes as indicated on death certificates, a rate that would bump the disease up from the seventh-leading cause of death to No.
Teen Suffering From Type 1 Diabetes Receives Artificial Pancreas ... >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 A Connecticut teenager is making medical history. She's one of the first in the country to receive a so called artificial pancreas.
Diabetes causes 12% of deaths rather than previously estimated 3.3%, study suggests >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 Diabetes may be causing more deaths than previously thought, according to estimates in a recent study. For the study, researchers examined mortality consequences of diabetes in U.S. adults surveyed in the National Health and Nutrition Examination ...
These Smart Contacts Could Transform Diabetes Care >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 Such continuous monitoring could help reduce the risk of diabetes-related health problems, by alerting someone about any major changes in his or her blood sugar levels right when they happen, Herman said.
Tackling Weight Loss and Diabetes With Video Chats >> Diabetes
4/10/2017 About a year and a half ago, Robin Collier and her husband, Wayne, were like millions of other Americans: overweight and living with Type 2 diabetes. Despite multiple diets, the couple could not seem to lose much weight. Then Ms. Collier's doctor told ...
Maternal Gestational Diabetes Increases Risk for Adverse Perinatal Outcomes >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 Mothers with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) had a higher risk of preterm birth, preeclampsia, macrosomia, cesarean delivery, and other perinatal outcomes compared with mothers without diabetes, according to recent research published in Diabetologia.
Studies show diabetes, kidney disease affect African-American population in higher numbers >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 METRO DETROIT - The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan is spreading awareness about the perils of diabetes and kidney disease in African-American communities by offering preventative tips and health management advice.
Diabetes no match for Vikings' Muxlow >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 Three days before a post-season meet, the Kingsburg High wrestlers jumped rope at a furious pace. Clack-clack-clack was the rhythmic sound of the ropes hitting the mat as coach Bryce Hammond put the Vikings through their paces.
Manage Your Pet's Diabetes with Home Care >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 (Family Features) Like people, dogs and cats can suffer from diabetes. In fact, this disease is on the rise among dogs and cats.
Bariatric surgery reduces risk for microvascular complications in prediabetes type 2 diabetes >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 Patients with obesity and either prediabetes or type 2 diabetes saw a reduced, long-term risk for microvascular complications after undergoing bariatric surgery compared with similar patients who received usual care, according to findings in a Swedish ...
Thousands of shoes donated to diabetes patients in Dallas >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 DALLAS - A large donation of medical devices and shoes is expected to make a major impact with some diabetic patients living in Dallas.
Non-Healing Wounds Related to Diabetes >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 He says patients can help themselves by keeping their diabetes in good control, eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and maintaining healthy skin.
Diabetes self-management workshops offered >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 Quality Insights Quality Innovation Network, supported locally by Healthcare Quality Strategies, Inc. (HQSI), successfully partnered with Friends Village at Woodstown to offer free diabetes workshops as part of the Everyone with Diabetes Counts (EDC) ...
Exercise Guide: Workout Tips for People with Type 1 Diabetes >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 For those with type 1 diabetes, exercise comes with a different set of challenges. Insulin sensitivity, glucose metabolism and carbohydrate intake all become important factors.
Can fast and furious exercise prevent diabetes? >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 "Other than weight loss, there is no accepted therapy for improving non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) - a type of fatty liver disease - which is strongly linked to type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease," Dr Keating said. "We have recently ...
Take the Diabetes Risk Test on March 22 >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 American Diabetes Alert Day is March 22. On this day, the American Diabetes Association invites you to take a free Diabetes Risk Test to find out if you are at risk for Type 2 Diabetes. The test asks users to answer simple questions about weight, age ...
Florida Company Training Dogs to Help Patients With Diabetes >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 "My numbers have been everywhere lately from high to low, so we thought it would be a good idea to get a diabetic alert dog so we could alert me before it happened, and I didn't have to go to the hospital," she said.
Fasting Diet Reverses Diabetes in Mice >> Diabetes
3/1/2017 Research by investigators at the University of Southern California showed the special, fasting-mimicking diet triggers the development of insulin-producing cells in mice with diabetes. The study was published in the journal Cell. In humans, an earlier ...
Clemson awarded $1.2M Department of Defense contract for mobile diabetes self-management research >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 Dye stresses that people managing a complex disease like diabetes need the right information at the right time. She uses the examples of a patient in the beginning stages of self-management who feels overwhelmed with information and a patient who only ...
Diabetes Prevented in 80% of At-Risk Patients Taking Liraglutide >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 “These groundbreaking results could pave the way for a widely used, effective, and safe drug to reverse prediabetes and prevent diabetes in 80% of at-risk people,” le Roux said in a statement. “This could improve the health of the population and save ...
Martin Health for You: Take charge of your diabetes >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 STUART - If you have diabetes, you're probably well aware of some of the health risks that come with the disease, like eye and nerve problems.
Cure for type 2 diabetes: THIS diet could REVERSE condition by boosting pancreas >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 The first step was done on mice which had type 1 and type 2 diabetes. When they went on the normal diet it kick-started cells in the pancreas.
Fasting Diet for People With Diabetes Could Regenerate the Pancreas >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 New research shows that a diet which mimics fasting might be able to push beta cells in the pancreas to repair themselves and start making insulin again.
Golden Lab puppy to help Rutherford child manage her diabetes >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 But Sophia has Type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease that, in another context, could be a limiting factor in her activities.
Collaborative diabetes clinic lowers health care costs >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 Diabetes cost the U.S. an estimated $245 billion in 2012, in direct medical costs and reduced productivity. Health care providers are facing increasing pressure to achieve better patient outcomes at a lower cost.
Should Dentists Screen Periodonitits Patients for Diabetes? >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 In people who had never been diagnosed with diabetes, the researchers found that 47% of the group with severe periodontitis had prediabetes, and 18.1% had type 2 diabetes. In the mild-to-moderate group, 46% were found to have prediabetes and 9.9% ...
Washington-Lee student working to raise $100000 for diabetes research >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 Ever since he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes as a fifth-grader at Claremont Elementary School, Alex Simmons has been committed to raising funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Now a Washington-Lee High School sophomore ...
FDA Green Lights Diabetes Drug Combo >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 The FDA has approved AstraZeneca's fixed-dose combination drug, Qtern (10 mg dapagliflozin and 5 mg saxagliptin), for the treatment of type 2 diabetes as an adjunct to diet and exercise. The drug is indicated to improve blood sugar levels in adults ...
China Diabetes Market Report 2017: Patients, Prevalence, Oral Antidiabetics, Insulin and Diagnostics - Research and ... >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 China currently has the highest number of diabetics in the world. The disease has presently reached epidemic proportions in the adult population.
Anti-Diabetes Plan Progressing In Kansas Legislature >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 When the Kansas Senate comes back after this week's midsession break, it may consider legislation to form a comprehensive state plan to fight diabetes. House Bill 2219 would instruct the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to conduct an ...
AstraZeneca gets FDA nod for Qtern diabetes drug >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 The new medicine is indicated as an addition to diet and exercise to improve blood sugar level control in adults with type-2 diabetes who have inadequate control with dapagliflozin, or who are already treated with dapagliflozin and saxagliptin, Astra said.
Youth with type 2 diabetes develop complications more often than type 1 peers >> Diabetes
2/28/2017 Teens and young adults with type 2 diabetes develop kidney, nerve, and eye diseases - as well as some risk factors for heart disease - more often than their peers with type 1 diabetes in the years shortly after diagnosis. The results are the latest ...
Diabetes management class to start >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 The Area Agency on Aging of Central Texas will be starting two Diabetes Self Management Classes on Tuesdays, beginning March 28 at the Central Texas Council of Government building at 2180 N. Main St., Belton.
Be a diabetes champion for your family >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 A champion is watched by many as a role model. Those watching may think, “I want to be like that person.” Others are watching you thinking “I wish he/she didn't do that because the diabetes is going to get worse faster.” You may not even realize how ...
Global Diabetes Diagnostics Industry >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 LONDON, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- analyzes the worldwide markets for Diabetes Diagnostics in US$ Thousand by the following Product Segments: Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Systems, HbA1c Testing Devices, and Blood Glucose Monitoring ...
Type 2 diabetes prevented in 80 per cent of at-risk patients thanks to repurposed drug >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 Prediabetes affects one in ten people in the UK, and progresses into diabetes in 5-10 per cent of patients within ten years.
Researchers aim to develop sustained and controllable insulin release system for treatment of diabetes >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 The prevalence of diabetes has grown around the world over the past three decades. In 2016, the World Health Organization estimated that 422 million people had the disease as the rate of obesity also increased.
Army of walkers invades Crossroads Center to fight type 1 diabetes >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 “She fights diabetes every day, but today actually feels like a special day for her,” said her mom, Tessa. They came from Stillwater, Minn.
Glucose meter manufacturer partners with diabetes management platform >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 Ascensia Diabetes Care and Glooko have entered into a partnership to sync data from Ascensia blood glucose meters to Glooko's versatile monitoring platform, according to a joint press release.
Diabetes found to raise women's heart risks >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 Women typically don't develop heart disease - or high blood pressure, one of its major risk factors - until after menopause. But “if you have diabetes, that rule no longer applies,” says Christine Maric-Bilkan, a program officer in the vascular biology ...
Lancers' Rylie Rucker refuses to be sidelined by diabetes >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 She's always around the ball, a very smart offensive player. We lean on her a lot.” Nobody else in Rucker's immediate family has diabetes. So when she was diagnosed, there was an initial shock. She spent more than two days in an Iowa City hospital room.
With the speedy rise of diabetes in the country, pan-India diabetic ... >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 An effective pan-India diabetic policy is imperative to address the growing burden of diabetes in the country. - With the speedy rise of diabetes in the country, ...
Gastric band could help CONTROL deadly diabetes | Health | Life ... >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 GASTRIC bands could help people with diabetes control their disease and help them reduce the amount of insulin or pills they are prescribed.
Faux fasting diet regenerates pancreas to reverse diabetes >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 Using stem cells to create insulin-producing beta cells that could be transplanted into diabetics is being investigated as a possible cure for type 1 diabetes and treatment for type 2, but new research suggests that a special diet could reprogram cells ...
Parents sentenced in murder of emaciated teen with untreated diabetes >> Diabetes
2/27/2017 The parents of a teenage boy who died as a result of starvation and untreated diabetes have been sentenced to life in prison without parole for 25 years.
The End of Diabetes Is within Reach >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 Unfortunately, victories like this in the battle against diabetes remain rare. Even though the condition is one of the top causes of death in the United States, research into it is grossly underfunded.
Optimism Bias on Health Outcomes Influences Perceived Risk of Diabetes >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 KORA FF4 study is a follow-up of the KORA S4 study, a population-based health survey that focuses on a broader spectrum of health-related characteristics, behavior and perceptions rather than diabetes itself. The purpose of this study was to assess how ...
'I don't live by its rules' - Kendall Simmons' Wellness blog, living with diabetes >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 Former Auburn All-SEC offensive lineman Kendall Simmons, a No. 1 draft choice in 2002, played eight seasons in the NFL and won two Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
10 year old and his father march across the country for diabetes >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 Robert said they hope their efforts help researchers find a cure. "Roughly somewhere around 10 to 12 percent of the world population.
Diabetes grant approved in Richmond County >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 ROCKINGHAM - In North Carolina in 2015, the diabetes mortality rate (number of deaths in a population) was 22.2 per 100,000 while the rate of diabetes prevalence (number diagnosed) was 9.8 percent. The rate of prediabetes prevalence (diagnosed as ...
To fight diabetes in Hampton Roads, prevention is key >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 “It's a hard, hard thing when someone tells you that you have the diagnosis of diabetes,” said Dr. Amna Feroze, who specializes in family medicine and practices at Sentara Family Medicine & Internal Medicine Physicians in Williamsburg.
How Top Chef's Sam Talbot Manages His Diabetes While Running a Restaurant: 'It's Very Methodical' >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 Top Chef star Sam Talbot's new Brooklyn restaurant Pretty Southern is all about comfort food: “Southern food is in my roots,” the chef, who grew up in Charlotte, NC and Charleston, SC, tells PEOPLE in this week's issue.
EndoBreak: Liraglutide for Prediabetes; Sugar Tax's Mixed Result; Diabetes Reversal >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 In combination with diet and exercise, a new study found liraglutide (Victoza/Saxenda) administered to those with prediabetes were 80% less likely to develop diabetes; around 60% of prediabetes cases were completely reversed. "Liraglutide promotes ...
Free diabetes seminar March 4 at Carolina Diabetes and Obesity Center >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 Participants will learn the basics of diabetes, diet and nutrition, and complications of diabetes. All of the education will be given by multi-specialty physicians having expertise in the field including diabetologist Dr.
Diabetes Testing at the Dentist's Office >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 Periodontitis, a chronic gum infection characterized by swollen, tender or receding gums, can be an early warning sign of Type 2 diabetes, and dental offices could be an ideal place to screen for it, said Wijnand J. Teeuw, the first author of a new ...
A Fasting Diet Could Reverse Diabetes and Repair the Pancreas, Says New Research >> Diabetes
2/25/2017 Researchers have been able to reverse symptoms of diabetes and restore pancreas functions in mice by putting them on a version of the fasting-mimicking diet.
Shop Rite hosts Community Diabetes Education Program >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 PARSIPPANY - Announcing the first session in a nine-month long series of free Community Diabetes Education Program events at the Parsippany ShopRite beginning on March 29.
Study: Two-thirds of clinicians lack knowledge of diabetes-related ... >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 Diabetes can have several complications, including one common side effect: foot damage. Although some types are common, others are rarer.
Saudi Arabia Diabetes Market Report: 2017 - 2022 - Research and ... >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Saudi Arabia Diabetes Market Report: 2017 - 2022" report to their offering.
Researchers reveal biological pathways involved in diabetic kidney disease >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 Diabetes is a leading cause of kidney disease, a serious, often fatal complication that is difficult to diagnose in early, potentially treatable stages.
Diabetes grant approved in Richmond County >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 ROCKINGHAM - In North Carolina in 2015, the diabetes mortality rate (number of deaths in a population) was 22.2 per 100,000 while the rate of diabetes prevalence (number diagnosed) was 9.8 percent. The rate of prediabetes prevalence (diagnosed as ...
TriStar Summit Medical Center diabetes program earns nod >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 TriStar Summit Medical Center in Hermitage has been awarded the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Education Recognition Certificate for quality diabetes self-management education. The certificate assures that educational programs meet the National ...
Diabetes Death Toll Is Bigger Than Expected >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 New research offers evidence that 12 percent of deaths in the U.S. are caused by diabetes or its complications, making it the third leading cause of death behind heart disease and cancer.
Dealing with diabetes distress >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 People with diabetes have to think about their condition and make treatment decisions constantly - and all that extra work and worry can lead to psychological distress at times.
Quick Diabetes Screening Guide to Assist Pharmacists in MTM >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 Diabetes is a serious condition that is characterized by high blood sugar, excessive urination, increased appetite, and extreme thirst.
Fasting diet 'regenerates diabetic pancreas' >> Diabetes
2/24/2017 The pancreas can be triggered to regenerate itself through a type of fasting diet, say US researchers. Restoring the function of the organ - which helps control blood sugar levels - reversed symptoms of diabetes in animal experiments. The study ...
Post-menopausal women taking metformin for diabetes may be at lower risk of cancer >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 Post-menopausal women who use metformin long-term for the treatment of diabetes may be at lower risk for developing certain cancers and dying from these diseases, reports a large prospective study from researchers at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI ...
Diabetic Retinopathy: Updated Guidelines Reflect Improved Assessment and Treatment >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 The American Diabetes Association (ADA) released their first position statement in 15 years regarding diabetic retinopathy.
Case Study: Combination GLP-1/DPP-4 Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 Three months ago, his diabetes medication regimen was adjusted due to elevated creatinine and worsening estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR).
Revamped practice adds diabetes focus >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 Expansion: Dr David Cavan, left, and Dr Stanley James, at Premier Health and Wellness Centre, which has undergone renovations and an expansion of services.
Common virus tied to diabetes, heart disease in women under 50 >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 A type of herpes virus that infects about half of the U.S. population has been associated with risk factors for type 2 diabetes and heart disease in normal-weight women aged 20 to 49, according to a new UC San Francisco-led study. A research team ...
Long periods of sitting may not lead to diabetes >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 After 13 years of observation, researchers in Australia found no significant link between sitting and the incidence of diabetes, according to data from an occupational cohort study published in British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Penn State Extension to offer diabetes class >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 The class includes cooking demonstrations and taste testings, and participants will also learn up-to-date information on nutrition, diabetes management, medications and important diabetes-related medical tests. A1C, a measure of blood glucose levels ...
Researchers implicate suspect in heart disease linked to diabetes >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 People with diabetes are at high risk of developing heart disease. Despite knowing this, scientists have struggled to trace the specific biology behind that risk or find ways to intervene.
RMC Foundation Gala to support Diabetes Fund >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 Orangeburg couples Tara and Chad McCutchen, left, and Bob and Lauren Jennings will chair the 22nd annual RMC Foundation Gala that will be held at 7 p.m.
New approach to reduce risk of developing type 2 diabetes trialled in Liverpool >> Diabetes
2/23/2017 An international clinical trial conducted by the University of Liverpool has shown that the drug liraglutide 3.0 mg may reduce diabetes risk by 80% in individuals with obesity and prediabetes according to a study published today in The Lancet. This ...