1 hr ago | The Black River News
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , approximately one in 10 Americans is living with diabetes and one in three adults could have diabetes by 2050.
2 hrs ago | International Business Times
Smoking a blunt may keep off the bulge, according to a new study by the American Journal of Medicine.
4 hrs ago | WTAQ-AM Green Bay
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.
4 hrs ago | Diabetes Mine
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)
4 hrs ago | The Guardian
The disease itself may not discriminate on the basis of gender , but when it comes to healthcare for patients with diabetes , women in India find themselves at a disadvantage compared with men.
6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
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.
Certain statins -- the widely used cholesterol-lowering drugs -- may increase your chances of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests.
Treatment with high potency statins may increase the risk of developing diabetes, suggests a paper published today in BMJ .
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.
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.
There's something fishy about the news that omega-3 supplements may help fight type 2 diabetes.
Researchers at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh want to know whether starting medications early will help children at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
A new injectable nanoparticle, which looks like a toothpaste gel, can be infused in the body to constantly monitor the sugar levels in the body.
Less than two weeks ago, a pig was kissed, which marked the wrap of the Kiss A Pig fund-raiser. After that short week and a half break, the American Diabetes Association is back to work.
For people with diabetes, taking a multivitamin every day can mean much more than a little protection against the common cold.
The National Institutes of Health is looking for volunteers to participate in one of three clinical trials to improve and preserve the production of insulin in people with prediabetes or recently diagnosed type 2 diabetes.