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Zach Arn is checked by Dr. Ashley Jessup as he gets his diabetic check up at UNC's Children's Speciality Clinic in Raleigh on Wednesday.
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The Physical Education Departments of Arthur L. Johnson High School and Carl H. Kumpf Middle School recently hosted its 4th annual American Diabetes Association's School Walk for Diabetes.
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From elementary school to high school, she has been able to count on a teacher, administrator or someone else to help her son Jonathan Mahmoud with his insulin shots when no school nurse was available -- the norm in California's budget-battered education system, where there's only one nurse for every 2,200 students.
Kayla Meyer holds Micah D'Amico in the Kid Zone child care center at the YMCAin Deltona on Monday, May 20, 2013.
Type 2 diabetes is more aggressive in children than adults, with signs of serious complications seen just a few years after diagnosis, new research finds.
High blood glucose is associated with poor outcomes in hospitalized patients, and use of intensive insulin therapy to control hyperglycemia is a common practice in hospitals.
Smoking a blunt may keep off the bulge, according to a new study by the American Journal of Medicine.
If we're forced to wear and carry medical devices all the time, we can at least spice up our gadgets with some color and decorative accents, right? That's what motivated a Pittsburgh couple to design and create their own business aimed specifically at making vinyl skin covers for the OmniPod tubeless insulin pump, Dexcom G4 Platinum continuous ... (more)
Danish drug maker Novo Nordisk said it could launch obesity treatment liraglutide in the United States by the end of next year and rejected some analysts' doubts over the medicine's commercial potential.
A marijuana blood sugar study published by the American Journal of Medicine found that marijuana users have better blood sugar and smaller waists, a finding that adds diabetes prevention and weight control to the already well-known medicinal benefits of marijuana.
People who had used marijuana in the past month had smaller waists and lower levels of insulin resistance - a diabetes precursor - than those who never tried the drug, in a new study.
A new marijuana blood sugar study by the American Journal of Medicine shows that pot-smokers have better metabolism when it comes to processing carbs and tend to have lower fasting insulin levels, two important factors in the prevention of the onset of diabetes.
A new study shows that people who had smoked marijuana within the last month had smaller waistlines and lower levels of insulin resistance than those who didn't have the drug.
A new study found a link between smoking marijuana and blood sugar levels. Those that smoked pot in the past month had both smaller waist sizes and a reduced level of insulin resistance .
Toking up may help marijuana users to stay slim and lower their risk of developing diabetes, according to the latest study, which suggests that cannabis compounds may help in controlling blood sugar.
New Delhi, May 23: Extreme heat can affect medicines and these can become life threatening for those using them, doctors said Thursday.