New CDC Statistics Finds 1 in 7 Americans Have Diabetes

The prevalence of diagnosed diabetes among the U.S. population is s 9.7%, and undiagnosed diabetes is 4.3%, making the total number affected by the …

Diet High in Gluten During Pregnancy Could Increase Child’s Risk of Type 1 Diabetes

Bread is a staple part of many diets, from North America to Europe to Asia. A new observational study from Denmark, however, suggests that pregnant …

Severe Hypoglycemia Rescue Treatment Hits Endpoints in Late Stage Trial

A Danish biotechnology company, Zealand Pharma announced its candidate for severe hypoglycemia achieved primary and key secondary endpoints in …

Research Looks at Underlying Causes for Cognitive Decline in Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes has been linked with an increased risk of cognitive dysfunction and dementia, but the underlying mechanisms are uncertain. A new …

Higher Rates of Suicide, Alcohol and Accidental Deaths in those with Diabetes

Adults who are newly diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to die of suicide, alcohol-related causes or accidents compared to those without …

Cutting Edge Pharma Companies Collaborate to Tackle Type 1 Diabetes

CRISPR Therapeutics, a Massachusetts based gene editing company, and ViaCyte, a regenerative medicine company based in San Diego, California, are …

Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Tied to Increased Chances of Diabetes

Those with psoriatic arthritis, a form of arthritis that affects some people who have the skin condition psoriasis may have an increased risk for …

Exposure to Safe Levels of BPA May Still Affect Insulin Response in Humans

In a first of its kind study, researchers have found that exposure to levels of bisphenol A (BPA) deemed to be “safe” by the U.S. Food …

New Technique Heals Wounds with Reprogrammed Skin Cells

By: Professor Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte, University of California San Diego People with severe burns, bedsores or chronic diseases such as …

Exercise Could Slow Progression of Type 1 Diabetes, Small Study Suggests

Exercising during the first few months after a Type 1 diabetes diagnosis could delay the progression of the disease, suggests a small study from the …