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Diabetes Drug Has Positive Phase 3 Results in Large Study, Cutting Heart Risks

Astra Zeneca’s diabetes drug, Farxiga met primary endpoints in a large clinical study, showing a significant reduction in hospitalization rates …

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FDA Approves Abbott’s Continuous Glucose Monitoring Device for 14-Day Use

The FDA approved Abbott’s FreeStyle Libre continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system for 14-day use last Friday. The approval makes …

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Diabetes Raises Risk of Cancer in Women, New Study Finds

A global study of nearly 20 million people in countries including the U.S., Japan, Australia, China and the U.K. has found that having diabetes …

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New Discovery Could Help Type 2 Diabetes Drug-Tolerance in Patients

A new discovery that may help millions of patients with type 2 diabetes tolerate their medications better was reported this week by researchers at …

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Study: Men Lose More Weight on Low-Carb Diets; Women Show Improved Artery Flexibility

University of Missouri-Columbia study first to show that low-carb diets can improve blood flow in as little as four weeks. Researchers from the …

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Anti-Obesity Drug Derived from Chili Peppers Shows Promise

A novel drug derived from capsaicin, the compound that gives chili peppers their spicy burn, showed long-term weight loss and improved metabolic …

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Platypus Venom May Help in Battle Against Diabetes

Inspiration can come from the oddest of places.  For professor Frank Grutzner, Ph.D., it came from one of Australia’s weirdest animals: the …

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Study Shows Lower Prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes Among Those Who Consume Walnuts

Eating a handful of nuts may cut your chances of developing diabetes in half, finds a recent study. The study representing more than 34,000 American …

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Holes in Insurance Leads to Increased Hospital Stays and ER Visits

For adults living with type 1 diabetes, it’s not a surprise that the costs add up: From medication to testing supplies, the list is endless. …

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New Technology: Early Detection of Type 1 Diabetes

Researchers in Australia are developing early detection technology for type 1 diabetes that can accurately predict if a child is at risk of the …

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