Anticholesterol Drugs; Linked To Development Of Type 2 Diabetes
Statin drugs or drugs that lower cholesterol may have a significant relation to person’s risk in developing type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study in Finland.
What Initially Causes Type 1 Diabetes? Trigger Attack Explained
Individuals suffering from type 1 diabetes battle against the destruction of some cells in the pancreas. According to the studies, these pancreatic cells are often mistaken as foreign invaders. Good news is, one of the unfortunate triggers that cause this destruction has already been discovered by a team of researchers in Switzerland.
Diabetes Cure One Step Closer After Recent Breakthrough
The future appears to be bright for diabetic patients with this remarkable breakthrough.
Diabetic Patients Warned, Hackers Can Attack Some Insulin Pumps
Johnson & Johnson has recently warned diabetic patients about their insulin pumps' security flaw.
Diabetes Treatment: FDA Approved World's First Automated Insulin-Delivery System
An automated insulin system will provide convenience for patients with type 1 diabetes.
New Diabetes Treatment To Hit The Market By Next Year; Artificial Pancreas To Make Needles Obsolete For Diabetics
Scientists have come up with a solution that can make life a little easier and lot less painful for those living with diabetes, namely an artificial pancreas that could eliminate the daily need for finger pricking.
Type 2 diabetes in children more damaging than in adults
New research has found that children with type 2 diabetes are at a greater risk for developing other ailments.
Can Medical Marijuana Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?
New research shows how marijuana affects the metabolism and helps to lower blood sugar levels, suggesting that medical marijuana may be used for prevention and treatment of diabetes.
Type 2 Diabetes Mice Model Helps Develop Treatment
Researchers have developed a new mice study to show how diabetes develops in the body and how it reacts to drugs to help create better treatment.
Diabetes Treatment Could Replace Insulin Medication, New Hormone Discovered
Researchers discover a hormone that could potentially eliminate the need for insulin injections among patients with diabetes.