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  1. Roles of facilitative glucose transporter GLUT1 in [18F]FDG positron...Read the original story

    16 min ago | CiteULike

    ... sarcoidosis, atherosclerosis, and infections of implants and prosthetics are routinely assessed using [18F]FDG PET. Diabetes alters the distribution of [18F]FDG, which can affect diagnosis of other diseases. The effects of anti-diabetic drugs on ...


  2. Medical Insights: The best time to exerciseRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | The Aiken Standard

    ... inversely related to physical activity. In other words, diseases such as atherosclerotic vascular disease, Type II diabetes, embolic stroke, osteoporosis, hypertension, breast and colon cancer are all associated with a lack of physical activity. It ...


  3. Walmart Foundation Grant to Support Diabetes TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ArkansasBusiness.com

    The Walmart Foundation has announced a $194,200 grant to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Northwest to support diabetes treatment in the Marshallese community in northwestern Arkansas.


  4. 3 Reasons the Internet of Things Is a Big DealRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... levels. Using a tiny wireless chip and glucose sensor, Google's prototype can measure glucose levels in people with diabetes, thus creating a more efficient way of monitoring the disease. In other cases, doctors can better manage patients with ...


  5. My drug-filled nanospheres heal at the speed of lightRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | New Scientist

    ... for a year before safely degrading. How else could these nanospheres be used? We want to do the same thing with diabetes. So instead of someone with the disease having to stab themselves with insulin when they finish a meal, we want them to be able ...


  6. Your Definitive Guide to Losing Body FatRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Time

    ... runners," says Osama Hamdy, MD, medical director of the Obesity Clinical Program at Harvard University's Joslin Diabetes Center. "Simply put, we need it to survive." The trick is understanding the difference between the kinds of fat and keeping them ...


  7. What you eat can affect your medicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

    ... in increased symptoms. Fiber is good to prevent constipation and reduce cholesterol, but eating oatmeal with the diabetes drug metformin can increase your blood sugar levels. Bananas, oranges and leafy vegetables, when taken with blood pressure ...


  8. Change in level of physical activity during pregnancy in obese women: ...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | BioMed Central

    Background Maternal obesity is associated with an increased risk of pregnancy complications, including gestational diabetes. Physical activity might improve glucose metabolism and reduce the incidence of gestational diabetes.


  9. Diabetes: Do you know if you're at risk?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    It causes more deaths than breast and prostate cancer combined, and 11.5 million of us are at risk of developing it - yet we still aren't listening to the warnings... Barely a day goes by without diabetes making headlines. In fact, Type 2 is currently the fastest growing chronic condition in the UK, with one new case being diagnosed every three minutes.


  10. Breakfast habits affect teens' metabolic responses to protein-packed morning mealsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Medical News Today

    ... strong contributor of poor glycemic control and is associated with an increased risk for the development of Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular complications." said Heather Leidy, an assistant professor in the MU Department of Nutrition and Exercise ...


  11. Virginia M. OsbornRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    ... A spring burial is planned at Brookside Cemetery. Contributions may be made to any of following: the American Diabetes Association, 6390 Fly Road, 2nd floor, East Syracuse, NY 13057, The Association of the Blind, 321 Prospect St., Watertown, NY ...


  12. Let House debate Healthy Utah, Rep. HughesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... She told me her feet and legs burned and she was having problems seeing. She had been told before that she had diabetes, but because she did not have access to a doctor or pharmacy, she had not been treating her disease. We were able to give her a ...


  13. Pregnant Barnoldswick mum takes the 22-mile plunge for Diabetes UKRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Cravenherald.co.uk

    Barnoldswick mum Samantha, who is taking up a swim challenge to raise money for Diabetes UK, is pictured with her diabetic son Callum, six, and his brother Alfie, four. Samantha Lamb, of Smith Street, is part of team of 13 people to join in Swim 22, a nationwide challenge running from February 22 to May 22 to swim 22 miles, over a long period of time or all in one go, at their local pool to raise awareness and funds for a charity that helps diabetics across the country.


  14. Is Healthcare's Future Going Mobile?Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Health Data Management

    ... on a greater scale result in improved health outcomes, particularly for people with chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease? While there's little evidence to date that wearable health and fitness tracking technology alone can change ...


  15. Insulet Corporation to Present at Upcoming Investor ConferencesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | AndhraNews

    ... Corporation (NASDAQ: PODD) is an innovative medical device company dedicated to making the lives of people with diabetes easier. Through its OmniPod Insulin Management System, Insulet seeks to expand the use of insulin pump therapy among people with ...


  16. Three cups of tea a day can cut your risk of diabetes... even if you add milkRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Two studies show that black tea has a glucose-lowering effect that could help prevent and manage type 2 diabetes. Photo / Thinkstock Two studies show that black tea has a glucose-lowering effect that could help prevent and manage type 2 diabetes, which affects 2.3 million Britons.


  17. Advances in pathology of diabetes from pancreatic islets to neuropathy-a tribute to Paul LangerhansRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | CiteULike

    There emerges a world epidemic of diabetes, afflicting over 3.8 billion people globally. The socio-economic burden of this disorder is tremendous and there is an urgent need to solve the problems incurred from this disorder and to establish an efficient way of prevention and treatment.


  18. Compounding Meds For Diabetic Neuropathic Pain: Can They Have An Impact?Read the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Podiatry Today

    ... disorder as well as addressing symptomatology associated with diabetic neuropathy. Neuropathy secondary to diabetes is likely the most common peripheral neuropathy that podiatrists treat. The pathologic basis for diabetic neuropathy remains unclear ...


  19. Assessing The Talectomy For Charcot Ankle DeformityRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Podiatry Today

    ... talectomy, offer surgical pearls and review results from the literature. Charcot neuroarthropathy in people with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy is associated with significant morbidity and mortality, and a decreased quality of life.1-5 Patients ...


  20. Point-Counterpoint: Are Bioengineered Alternative Tissues Better Than ...Read the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Podiatry Today

    Diabetic foot ulcers are a marker of diabetes severity. Patients with diabetic foot ulcers have mobility difficulties and perceive their disability similar to a person with a below-knee amputation.1 Additionally, the mortality rate of these patients is in the 40 to 50 percent range for five-year survival.2 While foot ulcers are the most common diabetes pathology leading to hospital admission, the patients' cardiovascular problems are what ultimately take their lives.