Type 1 diabetes
Mary Tyler Moore Dead: Actress Inspires Individuals On Her Battle With Diabetes
Mary Tyler Moore, the actress best known for her pioneering 1970s sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show. A ground-breaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Everything You Need To Know About Cachexia: The Aftermath Of AIDS
What is Cachexia? As the number of HIV/Aids cases continuously grows each year and the perfect cure is yet to be recognized, how worse can the condition get, knowing that it might even lead to cachexia if the virus was untreated? Is it more deadly? Is there a cure to cachexia? Here’s what health professionals have to say
Exercise Guidelines Given For Those With Type 1 Diabetes
Exercise is important, even for those with type 1 diabetes. Exercise guidelines have been given for those with type 1 diabetes.
Artificial Pancreas; Now Available In The Market
Did you know that FDA has already approved the use of artificial pancreas? First-of-its-kind, this cell phone-sized device is able to monitor and treat patients battling diabetes 1.
Diabetes News: Virus Found In Feces Linked To Diabetes Type 1
The latest on diabetes news confirms that virus from feces has been definitively linked to the development of type 1 Diabetes. The study opens up the oppotunity to developm a vaccine to preven the disorder in the near future.
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 1 Diabetes vaccination works by turning off harmful immune response, a big step to reverse diabetes: Study
A new vaccine developed by researchers gives hopes to individuals suffering from Type 1 Diabetes.
Air Pollution Linked To Insulin Resistence In Children, May Trigger Diabetes
Exposure to polluted air in childhood raises the risk of diabetes in adulthood, by increasing insulin resistance.