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2 hrs ago | NowPublic
If you are a diabetes patient, you are Big Pharma's best friend. You have been ear-marked for the rest of your life as a cash cow for the companies who make diabetes medicines, syringes, blood sugar monitors, insulin, cotton swabs, and more.
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7 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Fasting is common in certain religions, but today more people are trying to use it as a way to lose weight.
7 hrs ago | The Gazette
The Board of Directors of the Diabetes Community Center, from left; Executive Director Andrea Houk, guest speaker Dr. Pratheep Arora, Megan Fry, Jesse Spaeth, Cinda Tilstra, Julie Linley, volunteer Elaine Cacatian and Jil Goebel.
7 hrs ago | Yes! Magazine
Ken Gordon is a Paris-trained chef who has owned critically acclaimed restaurants, including the French-inspired bistro L'Ecluse in New York and 28 East and Ken's Place in Portland, Ore.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
Melior Pharmaceuticals entered into licensing agreement for its experimental type-2 diabetes treatment with Bukwang Pharmaceutical Co.
15 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha
December 8 will conclude the quiet period on underwriter research following Tandem Diabetes Care 's successful November 13 IPO.
Katie Hartnett, clinical nutrition manager for CarePoint, and Leah Gorhan, a nutrition student volunteer from Montclair State University, fielded a number of questions from the nearly 150 people who attended the World Diabetes Day event at the Landmark Loew's Jersey City Theatre on Nov. 14. The event was hosted by CarePoint Healthcare and Loew's ... (more)
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Nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes, and while many of those individuals manage their condition through a combination of treatment options, each year thousands still face one of the most devastating side effects of the disease: amputation.
The amount of effort it takes for people with diabetes to pick the right foods and track everything they eat is a common source of frustration.
Even mild bouts of depression may worsen the health complications that often go along with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Just in time for the holidays, a new diet book to help you keep those holiday pounds off.
An improved version of Sanofi's diabetes drug Lantus is better than the old one at controlling blood sugar levels and comes with fewer hypoglycemic events, new late-stage trial data showed on Tuesday.
AUSTRALIANS are risking amputations, kidney failure and blindness by not taking type 2 diabetes seriously, says a leading specialist on the disease.
Dr. Caroline Kramer, an endocrinologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, is shown in a handout photo.
Diabetes and Alzheimer's are thought to be linked through excess insulin production flooding into the brain, disrupting amyloid plaque removal.
First Nations adults with diabetes are more likely to develop end-stage kidney disease compared with their non-First Nations counterparts, a Saskatchewan study suggests.