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Injectable nanoparticles developed at MIT may someday eliminate the need for patients with Type 1 diabetes to constantly monitor their blood-sugar levels and inject themselves with insulin.
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Insulinoma is often thought of as the opposite of diabetes. Tiny "islet tumors" in the pancreas cause it to create too much insulin which causes a drastic drop in blood sugar.
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Growing up with Type 1 diabetes has not been easy for Delaney Alves, a 2012 graduate of Timber Creek High School Diagnosed at age 2, his daily routine consists of checking blood sugar levels, counting carbohydrates and getting insulin shots.
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Berwyn resident Stephen Burgo has been riding his bike a lot lately. His rides are getting progressively longer-30 miles, 40, 50-as he gears up for the big one on July 17.
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Dr Zanariah Hussein... Knowing that early detection of symptoms can significantly reduce the risk of developing complications from diabetes, it is important to provide diabetes prevention education initiatives.
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According to the American Diabetes Association, over 25 million people in the US alone have diabetes and the numbers keep on growing.
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Avid cyclist Paul Dadak has taken many long training and recreational bike rides in his life, but none have borne more personal meaning for him than the annual 100-kilometer, or 62-mile, "Tour de Cure: North Shore," which starts and finishes Sunday morning at the Topsfield Fairgrounds.
An extended insulin-release system comprising an injectable gel of nanoparticles may one day help patients with type 1 diabetes manage their condition without having constantly to test their blood-sugar and inject themselves with insulin.
A DNA variant near a digestive enzyme does not only affect risk of developing diabetes but also affects the response to treatment, an international consortium of researchers including the University of Dundee has found.