For the first time ever, researchers studied the use of a common type 2 diabetes drug on type 1 diabetes patients and found it lowered their chances of developing heart disease.
Using patented Cholestosomes developed in the McCourt/Mielnicki lab, researchers have successfully encapsulated insulin, which means insulin shots could be replaced with a pill.
A new study shows that a regimen of three medications helped people with Type 1 diabetes achieve better blood glucose control and shed pounds.
A Penn State study looked at the outcomes of people with diabetes when their family members supported and helped them with their diabetes. Their findings were very interesting…
New research shows improvements in cardiovascular health for type 1 diabetic children who take just 1000 extra steps each day.
Study explains why some dogs can smell dangerously low blood sugar levels in people and how people with diabetes can benefit.
A newly published journal article details the success of an overnight closed-loop (OCL) control system, intended to mimic pancreatic beta-cell function, among children with diabetes.
New research suggests that germs may be partly to blame for the development of type 1 diabetes because they activate killer T-cells.