Diabetes

Local man shares his journey in the fight against diabetes
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A recent study out of UCLA shows that 55% of Californians have diabetes or are pre-diabetic. One man is sharing his journey on overcoming diabetes and the simple changes that can be made to prevent the disease. "I was basically dying three and a half …

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Diabetes: rare, genetic form may need different treatment
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… study follows another that Medical News Today learned about in June 2015, where, thanks to a new drug screening tool, scientists discovered a new compound that acts on an endoplasmic reticulum pathway to potentially target the cause of type 2 diabetes.

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Nutrition and Lifestyle Modifications for Diabetes Patients
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In a new study published in US Endocrinology, researchers examined the effectiveness of nutrition and lifestyle modifications in improving diabetes outcomes. One of their essential focuses was on the “ABCs” of diabetes management: A1c, blood pressure …

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Scientists have created a painless patch that can control diabetes without …
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Scientists have been struggling for decades to free diabetics from regular insulin injections. One of the main goals has been to figure out how to transplant healthy beta cells – the insulin-producing cells that fail as a result of diabetes – into …

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'Smart Shoe' to Help Reduce Diabetes Amputations Developed in Switzerland
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efpllogo Researchers at École Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne (EPFL), a technical university in Switzerland whose students, professors, and staff from more than 120 countries are focused on three missions — teaching, research, and technology …

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Bariatric surgery to reverse diabetes, high blood pressure and sleep apnea
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In the US, 25 million people in the U.S. currently have type-2 diabetes and that number is projected to rise to 75-million by 2030. Diabetes, high blood pressure, and sleep apnea are but a few of the medical conditions associated with being overweight.

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Dr. Phil McGraw on Type 2 Diabetes: 'Here's the Good News, It's Manageable'
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He's on it! On Thursday, March 10, Dr. Phil McGraw stopped by HuffPost Live to talk about living with type 2 diabetes and to spread awareness on how it's manageable. “Here's the good news, it's manageable,” Dr. Phil explained. “This is one of those …

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Service dog saves sleeping boy with type 1 diabetes
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In a Facebook post that's gained over 330,000 likes, mom Dorrie Nuttal shared the story and a photo of the dog, black Labrador Jedi guarding over her son, Luke, who has type 1 diabetes. “This is a picture of Jedi saving his boy. Saving him from highs …

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Fitness and strength in youth predicts diabetes, regardless of weight
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The team found that, regardless of the recruit's weight, socioeconomic class or family history, lower cardiorespiratory fitness and muscle strength raised the risk for type 2 diabetes. Medical News Today asked Dr. Crump what mechanisms he believes …

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This Groundbreaking High Fat Diet Could Combat Diabetes and Promote Weight Loss
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One diet that has existed for more than 80 years is making a comeback as a way to ease symptoms of diabetes. Diabetes affects the body's use of glucose, a type of sugar that is found in the bloodstream and a fuel source for cells in the body. According …

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