Diabetes and Women

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Diabetes and Women Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Women with diabetes have more to manage. Stay on track by checking your blood sugar often, eating healthy food, and being active so you can be your healthiest and feel … Read More

Putting the Brakes on Diabetes Complications

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Putting the Brakes on Diabetes Complications Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Encouraging news: People with diabetes are living longer, healthier lives with fewer complications. What’s the driving force? Greater awareness and better control of risk factors are moving … Read More

Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in Kids

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Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in Kids Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC There’s a growing type 2 diabetes problem in our young people. But parents can help turn the tide with healthy changes that are good for the whole … Read More

Diabetes drug Invokana increase risk of foot or leg amputation

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Diabetes drug Invokana increase risk of foot or leg amputation By Laura Northrup, CONSUMERIST A new class of diabetes medicines is heavily advertised on TV and shows great promise in getting patients’ blood sugar levels down, but a safety announcement from the … Read More

How to Safely Use Glucose Meters and Test Strips for Diabetes

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How to Safely Use Glucose Meters and Test Strips for Diabetes U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Using a glucose meter to check and monitor blood sugar is a daily part of life for millions of Americans with diabetes. Glucose … Read More

A New Innovation for Type 2 Diabetes

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A New Innovation for Type 2 Diabetes By Clifton Leaf, Fortune A novel drug delivery device could change how medicine is administered Indeed, for all the excitement over paradigm-shifting technologies in healthcare and medicine — gene-editing through CRISPR, virtual reality … Read More

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