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AskDMine@diabetesmine.com Billy, type 1 from Texas, writes: I'm just writing to say thank you!! Back in '62 when I was first diagnosed, I remember overhearing my family doctor tell my mother that I would not be able to live into my 30s...I'm not
Everyone is faced with choices, we don't just suddenly find ourselves in positions we long to see pass...When people try to rationalise their longing for new days only then do they realise this fact...Gerard Butler may not agree but perspective might
Teen Burnout How to Keep Busy Kids From Being Overwhelmed WebMD Feature Homework...Many are focused on racking up experiences for their post-high school plans. But as they build up their resume for adult life, there is one skill experts say they are
A British trainer who administered anabolic steroids to horses in his care has been banned for five years. Remsen Stakes winner Honor Code and runner-up Cairo Prince both came out of the 1 1/8-mile stakes in good shape and will spend the winter in
Exercise reveals a small to moderate effect on fasting insulin and insulin resistance The prevalence of obesity and diabetes is increasing among children, adolescents, and adults. Although estimates of the
The recently discovered human peptide, called humanin, could lead to powerful new treatments for people living with diabetes as it helps in increasing the metabolism of glucose in beta cells, which in turn markedly increases insulin secretion.
Diabetes is one of the greatest health epidemics in modern times, says Associate Professor Neale Cohen, General Manager of Diabetes Services at the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute. "People need to take a lot more responsibility for their
A new study says First Nations adults who develop Type 2 diabetes do so more than a decade earlier than non-native people, and have double the risk of going on to develop kidney failure. The study, which looked at Type 2 diabetes cases in
Voxiva (Washington D.C.), a mobile health and wellness company, has launched an iOS and Android mobile app called Care4life to help patients with Type 2 diabetes better manage their disease. The app was developed in collaboration with the American
In order to mark the World Diabetes Day, Sir Syed College of Medical Sciences on Friday organised a seminar to raise awareness on this critical issue. Distinguished guests, doctors as well as members of the civil society joined to mark the day.