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Ganesan The Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital is facing a huge shortage of drugs. The hospital, which registers around 12,000 outpatients and 3,000 inpatients every day, is unable to supply drugs to patients for conditions such as diabetes,
Adults suffering from Type 1 diabetes have struggled with being misdiagnosed as having Type 2 diabetes , as WSJ reports today , even though the conditions are substantially different. Both types of diabetes make it difficult for patients to control
MyHealthNewsDaily The diabetes drug metformin may spur the growth of new brain cells, which could have benefits for Alzheimer's patients, a new Canadian study on mice suggests. The study showed that metformin caused brain cells to divide, producing
Let's take the news of an emerging class of diabetes drugs (type 2-focused) that apparently do something we've always thought was bad but it's actually not...Basically, they work by spilling glucose over into the urine which leads to less sugar in
A new drug could slash the risk of type 2 diabetes patients having heart attacks, research has revealed. The revolutionary new treatment could help thousands of patients who do not respond to the commonly used first-line treatment, metformin, the
Diabetic patients treated with three commonly prescribed sulfonylurea drugs had a 50% higher mortality risk compared with patients treated with metformin.
FoxNews.com Results from a new study suggest low doses of the diabetes drug metformin may effectively destroy pancreatic cancer stem cells, reducing the risk of tumor growth or recurrence. Metformin has previously shown promise in reducing breast
You may experience a little deja vu on this one, as it's a topic we addressed back in December 2011 . .. about dealing with weight struggles...Please take a gander at this week's edition of Ask D'Mine , hosted by veteran type 1, diabetes author and
A new study published in the journal Lancet , the same journal that in 2010 corruptly pulled Dr. Andrew Wakefield's 1998 study linking the combination measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine to bowel disease and autism ( http://www.naturalnews.com ),
Diabetics with mixed dyslipidemia who were on statins improved their lipid profiles, without worsening glycemic control, with a novel omega-3 fatty acid drug.