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Stanford researchers have developed a specialized skin patch that can deliver a drug to heal diabeti...
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Abdominal fat, which is the type of fat most closely associated with increased diabetes risk and oth...
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A large-scale study published in Diabetologia reveals that your blood type may determine your risk f...
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December is a time when menu planning for diabetes can be tricky - many holiday recipes are simply t...
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During a time when sugary treats are found at every turn, steering clear of carbohydrate-rich cockta...
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Tramadol, a mild opioid painkiller, has been linked to increased risk for dangerous hypoglycemia, ac...
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New research from Lund University in Sweden further highlights the relationship between diabetes and...
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Diagnosing type 1 diabetes in children could be as simple as using a non-invasive breath test, accor...
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In the world's first clinical trial that compared three alternative treatments for type 1 diabetes,...
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While running can be taxing on the joints and the heart, older adults could greatly benefit from jog...

 
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