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Healthcare providers, payers, and patients expect new technologies and shifts to patient engagement and population health will help the nation's 29.1 million diabetics manage their condition and reduce the costs associated with this dangerous and expensive disease.
A chemical compound designed to precisely target part of a crucial cellular quality-control network provided significant protection, in rats and mice, against degenerative forms of blindness and diabetes has been developed by researchers.
Scientists are a step closer to understanding why diabetes is cured in the majority of patients that undergo gastric bypass surgery.
New draft guidelines from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence aim to reduce debilitating complications, which are a huge drain on NHS resources.
Sandra: AND COULD AVOID A LIFETIME OF INSULIN INJECTIONS. HE HAS BEEN GIVING HIMSELF FOUR TO FIVE SHOTS A DAY.
A study on mice could be the first step toward the development of a drug to treat degenerative diseases in humans.
Food not only nourishes the body but also affects its internal biological clock, which regulates the daily rhythm of many aspects of human behavior and biology.
What mom eats during pregnancy dramatically influences not only the health of her kids but future generations as well.
A diabetic Rodney man's insulin supply was put at risk as his family spent a second day without power because of this week's storm.
We're thrilled to see what a success the recent diabetes advocacy MasterLab was during the annual Children with Diabetes Friends For Life conference in Florida.
Andrew Donovan, presented with Robert Lawrence medal at West Suffolk Hospital, by Dr John Clark consultant Diabetes and Endocrinology, for managing his typr 1 diabetes for 60 years Andrew Donovan, of Wetherden, was presented with the Robert Lawrence medal by Dr John Clark, consultant in diabetes and endocrinology at the hospital.
Our little robotic teddy friend affectionately known as Jerry the Bear made the trek to the White House recently, and snagged a seat in a room where the president was speaking! Yep, it was all part of the first-ever White House Maker Faire event , a type of invention and innovation science fair gathering entrepreneurs and designers at the Nation's ... (more)
Physicists at Radboud University Nijmegen have shown for the first time that the concentration of acetone in breath is a suitable marker of fat-burning during physical activity.
Dr Yeoh Boon Hock and Prof Dr Nor Azmi Kamaruddin at the launch of the MSD Ramadan Campaign 2014 - Smart Info Tools .
A DAD who underwent lifesaving transplant surgery is urging others to register as organ donors, after new figures showed 11 Essex people died waiting for transplants in the past year.
Schoolchildren dealing with diabetes will have an easier time monitoring their blood-sugar levels and getting the care they need, under law changes set to take effect later this year.
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