Diabetes News and Research

As a patient, it’s so important to understand your condition. This is especially true for people with diabetes. Though diabetes has no known cure right now, you should be aware of the recent medical advances and discoveries as researchers work on finding a cure and improving treatments.

Having access to up-to-date news about diabetes research is one of the best ways to become an educated patient. That’s why we’ll update you with weekly research and treatment information, so that you can take the best care of your diabetes, whether it’s type 1, type 2, or gestational.

The goal is to make you an informed person who can talk with ease about diabetes, not just with relatives and friends but also with your doctor. The more you know, the more involved you can be in your healthcare decisions.

New Type 2 Diabetes Treatment
12/31/1969 - FDA Approves New Type 2 Diabetes Treatment
Type 2 Diabetes Genetic Research
12/31/1969 - Type 2 Diabetes Genetic Research Headlines this week start with a DNA sweep which found new links to type 2 diabetes. Two studies published online in the journal Nature Genetics this week were the results of hundreds of scientists sifting through genetic data from 122,000 people.
Is an Artificial Pancreas on the Horizon?
12/31/1969 - The First Step Toward an Artificial Pancreas
What Best Treats Diabetic Retinopathy?
12/31/1969 - Here we are in 2010, and the headlines keep coming. We hope that these articles help you bring up new treatments and warnings about old ones when you visit your physician. Knowledge is your tool for good health and helps you become your own advocate.
Making Healthy Carb Decisions with Type 1 Diabetes
12/31/1969 - The new year brings resolutions for many of us. I'd encourage you to put this on your resolution list: make appointments to see all your physicians, which includes primary care, ophthalmologist, gynecologist, urologist, endocrinologist, cardiologist, dentist, periodontist, and all others you have been told that you should see on a yearly basis.
Does Coffee Protect You from Diabetes?
12/31/1969 - Intense Blood Glucose Control and Cardiovascular Benefits for Type 2 Diabetes Patients One of our continuous mantras is: "Please keep your HbA1c below 7%." This is suggested by the ADA. Tight control has been linked to control of long-term complications of diabetes.
Insulin Resistance and Heart Health
12/31/1969 - Insulin Resistance and Heart Health in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes
The Impact of Inactivity on Kids at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
12/31/1969 - Are you beginning to bake for the holidays? Please look at our articles on how to cut fat from your recipes.
Safety of Type 2 Diabetes Medications
12/31/1969 - December arrives with many parties to attend. If you need ideas for what to make during the holidays, please check out Diabetic-Recipes. There are excellent menus for the holidays available.
Alcohol May Protect You from Type 2 Diabetes
12/31/1969 - The last week of November is filled with headlines that I hope will bring new understanding for you and your family about diabetes.
Estimates of Future Diabetes Prevalence
12/31/1969 - November is National Diabetes Month, so it's a good time to learn more about how to live with diabetes and support those who are researching how to keep us healthy. In the month of Thanksgiving, we'd like to thank those who on a daily basis work to find a cure. We wish them speed and good luck.
Foot Ulcers Linked to Mortality in People with Diabetes
12/31/1969 - The holidays are less than three weeks away. Today is the day to look at the Entertaining section of Diabetic-Lifestyle.com to review the Thanksgiving menus and recipes. You’ll find ideas for large gatherings or a dinner for two.
Gene May Improve Diabetes Care
12/31/1969 - Gene May Improve Diabetes Care
 

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