Monthly Archives: January 2010
Newly Identified Genes Influence Insulin and Glucose Regulation, 5 variants raise type 2 diabetes...
Researchers found 13 new genetic variants that influence blood glucose regulation, insulin resistance, and the function of insulin-secreting beta cells in populations of European descent. Five of the variants increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Buying medicine by mail may encourage patients to stick to their doctor-prescribed medication regimen, new research suggests.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) adversely affects glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago.
Researchers have found more evidence for a link between Bisphenol A exposure (BPA, a chemical commonly used in plastic food containers) and cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
High intakes of calories and sodium appear to be associated with the progression of retinal disease among African American patients with diabetes.
A research team has discovered a link between diabetes and bone marrow nerve damage that may help treat one of the disease's most common and potentially blindness-causing complications.
A child's blood pressure, body mass index, blood glucose level and other laboratory tests and simple office measures may predict the risk of developing type 2 diabetes nine and 26 years later.
Research review of the effects of Vitamins C and E and magnesium on diabetic retinopathy and findings from the first large study of vision problems in Hispanic and African-American infants and young children.
Join in on January 20 at Noon CST and go LIVE with award-winning diabetes experts on the topic of diabetes management hosted by Dreamfields Pasta.