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by Callum on May 12th 2013

When left uncontrolled, diabetes can be a serious and life threatening disease. To rise above the complications and precarious consequences of diabetes, anyone diagnosed with it must become educated about the condition and always remain alert to symptoms. The tips...

by Callum on May 7th 2013

Many individuals are under the misconception that a normal life isn’t possible once a diagnosis of diabetes has been made. The following article offers tips for managing the symptoms of diabetes, while still being able to function as normally as possible...

by Callum on Apr 27th 2013

If you are managing your diabetes, you will avoid a lot of trouble. You need to know cutting-edge treatment methods in order to reduce the severity of your symptoms and prevent the disease from progressing. By reading this article, you are well on your way! Counter-intuitively,...

by Callum on Apr 16th 2013

Living with diabetes is often scary, and can make you feel hopeless. This guide can help you understand how diabetes is affecting you and what you can do to better cope with its symptoms. Follow these simple steps and manage diabetes even better. You do not need...

by Callum on Apr 2nd 2011

Diabetes Surgery Studied As Potential Treatment For Type 2 Physicians at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) have begun enrollment for a pilot study on a promising surgical approach for the management of Type 2 diabetes. The procedure...

by Callum on Apr 1st 2011

Some people with diabetes possess yet-unidentified factors that reduce the risk for and even prevent them from developing diabetes-related complications, despite living with the disease for decades, a study published in the April issue of Diabetes Care has found. The...

by Callum on Mar 19th 2011

Johns Hopkins researchers believe they have uncovered the molecular switch for the secretion of insulin – the hormone that regulates blood sugar – providing for the first time an explanation of this process. In a report published online March 1 in Cell...

by Callum on Mar 16th 2011

New Device Holds Promise Of Making Blood Glucose Testing Easier For Patients With Diabetes People with diabetes could be helped by a new type of self-monitoring blood glucose sensor being developed by Arizona State University engineers and clinicians at Mayo Clinic...

by Callum on Mar 7th 2011

Ending Diabetes, Supporting Healthy Living And Encouraging Lifestyle Changes For A Better Quality Of Life In an effort to reduce the risks of diabetes and obesity while improving cardiovascular health, Boston Medical Center (BMC) today announced it has partnered...

by Callum on Feb 16th 2011

New Diabetes Statistics Further Highlight The Urgent Need For Prevention And Early Detection New data released last week from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) paint an urgent picture of the state of diabetes, estimating that nearly 26 million...