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 Diabetes Drug Dosing May Be Too High in Older Adults

Diabetes Drug Dosing May Be Too High in Older Adults

January 04, 2016
If you're over age 70 and taking medication to treat high blood sugar or blood pressure, you may be getting more medicine than you need, according to researchers at the University of Michigan.
Type 2 Diabetes Non-Insulin Injectable Medications

Type 2 Diabetes Non-Insulin Injectable Medications

December 30, 2015
Injectable medications designed to lower blood glucose are sometimes prescribed for people with type 2 diabetes in conjunction with oral medications.
Type 2 Diabetes Insulin Medications

Type 2 Diabetes Insulin Medications

December 30, 2015
People with type 2 diabetes who have trouble controlling their blood glucose levels may require insulin injections to help regulate their A1c levels.
Using Gene Tests to Pinpoint Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Complications

Using Gene Tests to Pinpoint Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Complications

December 29, 2015
People with type 2 diabetes face higher risks for a laundry list of serious health concerns ranging from heart attacks, strokes and cancer. Now, a recent study from Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York suggests someday a gene test could help you and your doctor pinpoint personal risks before trouble happens.
Type 2 Diabetes Oral Medications

Type 2 Diabetes Oral Medications

December 22, 2015
A user-friendly guide to type 2 diabetes medications including Metformin, Januvia, and Tradjenta.
8 Lies People with Diabetes Should Never Tell Their Doctor

8 Lies People with Diabetes Should Never Tell Their Doctor

December 10, 2015
If you have diabetes, lying to your doctor about your lifestyle habits, like telling him you don't smoke or drink, can come back to haunt you.
Type 2 Diabetes Reversed by Losing 'Sick Fat'

Type 2 Diabetes Reversed by Losing 'Sick Fat'

December 08, 2015
Type 2 diabetes can be caused by fatty build-up in the pancreas and draining the extra fat from the pancreas caused insulin secretion to return to normal levels, leaving patients diabetes-free.
CDC Reports New Cases of Diabetes Declining in the U.S.

CDC Reports New Cases of Diabetes Declining in the U.S.

December 02, 2015
Diabetes is on the decline in the U.S., after many years of steady increases, according to a new report issued Tuesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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Kidney Disease is a Common Problem Among Americans Living With Diabetes

November 25, 2015
Many healthcare providers warn their patients who have type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes to practice diligent diabetes management since proper blood sugar control has been thought to reduce the risk of diabetic kidney disease.
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Diabetes Management is Key to Avoiding Heart Problems

November 25, 2015
Type 2 diabetes can be bad enough on its own, but one of the worst aspects of the condition is the fact that it may lead to other health complications down the road.
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