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  1. O-methylchiroinositol in alloxan-induced diabetic rats.Read the original story

    24 min ago | CiteULike

    Plan: The anti-diabetic and anti-hyperlipidemic effects of D-3-O-methylchiroinositol were investigated in male Wistar rats. Methodology: Diabetes was induced by a single intra-peritoneal injection of 150 mg/kg of alloxan monohydrate.


  2. Zippy's has new diabetes-friendly menuRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | KITV-TV

    Eating out can be a challenge for people who have health issues like diabetes. But, some fast food chains like Zippy's are trying to combat that problem by partnering with the American Diabetes Association.


  3. Genetic study casts further doubt that vitamin D prevents the development of type 2 diabetesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Science Daily

    There is no evidence of a causal link between a person's vitamin D levels, and whether they develop type 2 diabetes, a large study has concluded. The findings of this study challenge evidence from earlier observational studies which suggest that higher concentrations of circulating vitamin D might prevent type 2 diabetes.


  4. UNM Prof. may render diabetes needles needlessRead the original story

    32 min ago | The Daily Lobo

    It may not seem like the typical breakfast, but it's the daily reality for millions of Americans who depend on insulin injections to keep diabetes symptoms under control. In an effort to free diabetes patients from the too-frequent prick of the needle, a team of scientists headed by associate professor Jason McConville has developed a way to administer insulin without needles.


  5. Getting the Best LASIK Prices & Costs in Baltimore with Flex PlansRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | 24-7 Press Release

    ... correction such as LASIK, diagnosis and treatment of cornea disease, care for diseases of the retina including diabetes and age related macular degeneration (AMD) and diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma as well as contact lenses, eyeglasses, eyewear ...


  6. Frances P. HenningRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Fredericksburg.com

    ... will be in Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 4335 Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060; or to the American Cancer Society, Attn. Westmoreland County Memorials, 895 Middle ...


  7. Boston company touts trial results of potentially revolutionary Type 2 diabetes treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Business Journal

    The Intarcia Therapeutics device that is implanted under the skin and can deliver drugs to fight Type 2 diabetes for a year at a time. Boston startup Intarcia Therapeutics Tuesday night released clinical trial results for a product that proponents say could revolutionize the treatment of Type 2 diabetes.


  8. Zippy's debuts diabetes-friendly menuRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | KITV-TV

    ... has joined the effort. As KITV4's Nana Ohkawa reports the eatery has introduced what health-care experts call a diabetes-friendly menu. 15-20 42-47 108-112 119-121 Eating out can be a challenge for people who have health issues like diabetes. But ...


  9. Diabetes doesn't slow Washingtonville's MartinRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Times Herald-Record

    There were, among other things, questions - lots of questions - when Chris Martin was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes six years ago.


  10. Intarcia Announces Two Positive Phase 3 Trials for ITCA 650 in Type 2 ...Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Intarcia Therapeutics, Inc. today announced successful top-line results from two of its four phase 3 clinical trials for ITCA 650 . The first trial, FREEDOM-1, was a placebo-controlled, double-blind phase 3 clinical trial that tested the efficacy and safety of ITCA 650 in patients with type 2 diabetes against placebo.


  11. New Pump Could Cut Diabetes TreatmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    A diabetes drug delivered continuously from a small implantable pump resulted in a marked and sustained reduction in blood sugar in patients in two studies, potentially setting the stage for a once-a-year treatment option to manage the disease. The matchstick-size pump, called the ITCA 650, is being developed by closely held Intarcia Therapeutics Inc., a Boston-based startup, which is releasing details of the studies Wednesday.


  12. Research Breakthrough Offers Huge Benefits To DiabeticsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | India.com

    A medication that mimics one of the key hormones controlling sugar metabolism can preserve good pancreatic function and the production of insulin in patients with diabetes for at least 48 weeks, according to the results of a clinical trial at Mount Sinai Hospital , recently published in the journal Diabetes Care. The new research is significant because maintaining the body's production of insulin or as long as possible early in the disease is considered to be a means to achieving the best possible outcomes.


  13. 'Second-Skin' Sensor Could Track Your HealthRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | LiveScience

    ... example, the device could reveal problems such as poor circulation in the extremities, which can be a symptom of diabetes, or an early sign of heart disease. The device could also be used to detect some types of injuries in the skin and tissue just ...


  14. How to assess and compare the accuracy of continuous glucose monitors?Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | CiteULike

    Continuous glucose monitors may be valuable tools for improving glycemic control and avoiding hypoglycemia in patients with diabetes. To this goal, sensor readings must adequately reflect the actual blood glucose, emphasizing the need for solid accuracy assessment methods for continuous glucose sensor readings.


  15. Doctors say there is a link between fat and cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WGNO-TV New Orleans

    You likely know that being overweight increases your risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. But did you know it also increases your risk for cancer? If you didn't, you're not alone.


  16. Taking Action for your Health: Good nutrition, walking help Beach man lose 130 poundsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    Virginia Beach resident Daniel Hazelwood was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes 20 years ago, but at the time, he didn't realize that his eating habits and lifestyle were largely responsible for his disease and his weight problem. "I could go to Golden Corral and eat a lot of food, but I could tear up their rolls and their sweets," Says Hazelwood.


  17. Boulder startup Fluonic awarded $150K NIH grantRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | The Boulder County Business Report

    ... its sensors to the flow characteristics of ambulatory insulin pumps. As researchers work to improve the lives of diabetes patients, an artificial pancreas would control the insulin pump. But Fluonic chief executive Jim Kasic said the insulin pumps ...


  18. Strict blood sugar control after heart surgery may not be necessaryRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... first-time isolated CABG surgery. "The study randomly assigned heart bypass surgery patients, with and without diabetes, to two types of blood sugar control. In one group, blood sugar control was tightly controlled, which was the standard procedure ...


  19. Gene Study Finds No Proof Vitamin D Guards Against Type 2 DiabetesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MedicineNet

    There's no genetic evidence that high levels of vitamin D can prevent type 2 diabetes , a new study says. Some previous research had suggested that elevated levels of vitamin D might protect people against type 2 diabetes, raising the possibility of a link between vitamin D deficiency and the blood sugar disease.


  20. Injectable Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | HealthCentral

    There are now a dozen different types of medications to treat diabetes, several of which require self-injection by the patient . The injectable diabetes drug that almost everyone is aware of is, of course, insulin, but there are several others: a drug called pramlintide, plus several drugs in the category called "GLP-1 receptor agonists", and most recently, diabetes drugs that can be injected once-weekly .