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Wednesday, December 17, 2014


Diabetic Patients at Risk From Even Mild Coronary Artery Disease
According to a new long-term study, diabetic patients with even mild coronary artery disease face the same relative risk for a heart attack or other major adverse heart events as diabetics with serious single-vessel obstructive disease.
Posted on 9-Dec-2014
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For Type 2 Diabetics: Increased Risk of Death Linked to Insulin Dosage
Researchers were able to show a correlation between patients treated with a higher dosage of insulin and a raised risk of cancer development, heart attacks and stroke.
Posted on 9-Dec-2014
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Study: Routine Imaging Screening of Diabetic Patients for Heart Disease Not Effective
According to a major new study, routine heart imaging screenings for people with diabetes at high risk to experience a cardiac event, but who have no symptoms of heart disease, does not help them avoid heart attacks, hospitalization for unstable angina or cardiac death.
Posted on 21-Nov-2014
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Study: Sunshine May Slow Weight Gain and Onset of Diabetes
Exposure to moderate amounts of sunshine may slow the development of obesity and diabetes, a study suggests.
Posted on 3-Nov-2014
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Higher Risk of Developing Atherosclerosis Among Diabetic Men with Low Testosterone
Men who have low testosterone and Type 2 diabetes face a greater risk of developing atherosclerosis - a condition where plaque builds up in the arteries - than men who have diabetes and normal testosterone levels.
Posted on 3-Nov-2014
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New Skin Patch Drug Shows Promise in Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers and Preventing Amputations
A research team has developed a drug delivered through a skin patch that not only helps foot wounds heal better, but also prevents those wounds from recurring
Posted on 3-Nov-2014
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Researchers Turn Human Embryonic Stem Cells Into Billions of Human Insulin Producing Cells
Researchers announced that they have made a giant leap forward in the quest to find a truly effective treatment for type 1 diabetes.
Posted on 15-Oct-2014
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Side Effects of Diabetes Medication May Be Reduced with Light-Activated Drug
Scientists have created a drug for type 2 diabetes that is switched on by blue light, which they hope will improve treatment of the disease.
Posted on 15-Oct-2014
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Researchers Discover a 'Good' Fat That Fights Diabetes
Scientists have discovered a new class of molecules—produced in human and mouse fat—that protects against diabetes.
Posted on 15-Oct-2014
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Diabetes Rates in US May Be Leveling Off Overall, But Still Rising for Some Ethnic Groups
New data suggest a plateauing of the rate between 2008 and 2012 for adults, however the incidence continued to increase for certain subgroups.
Posted on 1-Oct-2014
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Long-Acting Insulin Safer and More Effective for People with Type 1 Diabetes
Long-acting insulin is safer and more effective than intermediate-acting insulin for patients with Type 1 diabetes, according to new research.
Posted on 1-Oct-2014
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