Research Paper About Diabetes Mellitus

A new research paper about diabetes mellitus reveals that the market for monitoring and therapeutic products to care for diabetes and its major complications came to a total of nearly $40 billion in the top 7 world markets in 2004. According to a new study released today from Kalorama Information. The significant unmet need in […]
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Adolescent Type 2 Diabetes Reaching Higher Rates

The rates for adolescent type 2 diabetes have been on the rise for a while. But even so, researchers were surprised at the unexpected high rates of adolescent type 2 diabetes across nearly all racial and ethnic groups. More and more adolescent diabetes symptoms are showing up in teenagers across the U.S. The findings were […]
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Pre Diabetes Symptoms – Women and Men

Before someone is diagnosed with diabetes, they usually experience a set of pre diabetes symptoms which indicates that something may not be quite right with they way that their body is handling glucose. Scientists and researchers have determined certain thresholds of blood glucose levels that are normal as well as levels that indicate diabetes. There […]
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Diabetes Diet Information and Guidelines

One of the best sources of diabetes diet information is the food pyramid guidelines developed by the Department of Agriculture. In fact, if everyone were to follow these guidelines, we’d have much lower incidences of obesity and type 2 diabetes in this country. The food pyramid focuses on getting you the nutrients that you need […]
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Drugs Used to Treat Diabetes

Most drugs used to treat diabetes,¬†¬†that are available on the market today seek to do it by reducing the level of glucose in the bloodstream. With the exceptions of insulin and exenatide as well as pramlinitde they are all taken orally and thus are commonly referred to as oral hypoglycemic agents. Prescription for Drug Alternatives […]
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Symptoms of Borderline Diabetes

With diabetes being the health topic in much of the news these days that many wonder what the symptoms of borderline diabetes are. What is borderline diabetes? Originally, borderline diabetes as meant to indicate a condition where the blood glucose levels were elevated but not yet in the “official” diabetic range. Even though people continue […]
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Juvenile Diabetes Association

The Juvenile Diabetes Association is the leading charitable funder and advocate of type 1 (juvenile) diabetes research worldwide. It’s number one mission is to support research to find a cure for diabetes. Juvenile diabetes is a condition that develops when the body’s immune system begins attacking and destroying certain cells in the pancreas. The basic […]
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Causes of Diabetes Type 2

The causes of diabetes type 2 can be primarily traced to two factors, one of which we have control over and one that we do not. The two main types of diabetes are type 1 diabetes (also known as juvenile onset diabetes) and type 2 diabetes. Both types are potentially dangerous as they can damage […]
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Type 2 Diabetes and Alcohol

Ultimately, only you, in consultation with your doctor can determine if you should drink alcohol or not. Nevertheless, there are some interesting conclusions that researchers have come up with regarding type 2 diabetes and alcohol. Can drinking alcohol cause diabetes? Unlikely, unless you spend most of your day drinking. Neither will drinking alcohol lead to […]
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