Findings suggest potential way to prevent side effects of Type 2 Diabetes drugs.
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Diabetes experts share nationwide survey data and emphasize team approach to diabetes management.
Advances in the treatment of diabetes are needed to improve the lives of the more than two million Canadians already affected by diabetes and the many more who will develop the disease in the years to come.
Type 2 diabetes accounts for up to 95 percent of all diabetes cases and virtually all undiagnosed diabetes cases.
This is a major step in the potential treatment of Type I diabetes since patients with the disease do not produce enough insulin on their own.
People who are physically inactive had twice the risk of developing diabetes than those who were active.
Discovery in the field of diabetes research and diagnosis, finds a new mechanism for the formation of insulin crystals in the pancreas.
Diabetics, prescribed newer medications to control their illness, were more likely to take drugs as instructed than other patients who were prescribed drugs having been on the market for several decades.
Findings may lead to advances in diabetes treatments.
The classes of prescription medications, called ACE inhibitors, have been recommended by national diabetes treatment guidelines for years.
Study supports an association between periodontal therapy and improved metabolic control in diabetic patients.
Discovery: a combination of treatments reversed the course of Type 1 diabetes in mice.
Educating people with diabetes in a primary care setting with sustained intervention resulted in significant improvement in diabetes management and overall health
If you are not diabetic and you are hospitalized, your blood sugar level is probably the last thing on your mind, but the fact is different.
Findings are troubling, given the link between body weight and increased diabetes risk.
Having type 2 diabetes is associated with a higher risk for stroke and cardiovascular disease.
Diabetes greatly raises the risk for heart, blood vessel and kidney disease, and scientists have been searching for explanations of why high blood sugar would contribute to these severe complications. Now a team of researchers at the University of Virginia Health System is offering a new explanation for this phenomenon.
Intensive glucose control lowers the risk of heart disease and stroke by about 50 percent in people with type 1 diabetes.