Misc. Diabetes News

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3/6/2006
Sweaty Study Surveys Socks

Synthetics beat cotton in keeping blisters away, research suggests

3/3/2006
Diabetes May Roll Back Victories Over Heart Disease

Growing epidemic threatens America's health, study finds

3/2/2006
3/1/2006
Antibiotic Can Cause Life-Threatening Blood Sugar Problems for Older Patients

Despite new label warning, researchers think Tequin shouldn't be prescribed at all

2/24/2006
Poor Gums Take Big Bite Out of Health

Periodontal disease ups risks for diabetes, heart disease and preemie delivery, experts warn

2/23/2006
Stem Cells Might Fight Circulatory Disorder

Peripheral artery disease can lead to leg ulcers, amputation

2/16/2006
Young Type 2 Diabetics at Higher Stroke Risk

Their odds of an attack double soon after diagnosis, study finds

2/15/2006
Diabetes Can Harm Young Children's Gums

Study finds evidence of damage in kids as young as 6

2/13/2006
Asthma Boosts Odds for Other Chronic Health Woes

But it's not clear the respiratory disorder is the cause of these illnesses, experts say

2/8/2006
Diabetics' Hearts Fueled by Fats

Finding could explain high heart attack rate in those with diabetes, researchers say

2/6/2006
Obesity Doubles Kids' Diabetes Risk

And a third of diabetic children in the U.S. are also obese, study finds

2/3/2006
Easing Depression Won't Improve Diabetes Care

Boosting mental health may be just first step toward better self-care, study finds

1/27/2006
Inhaled Insulin Approved for Diabetics

First new delivery option in decades

1/27/2006
Modest Weight Loss Boosts Bladder Control

Overweight women at risk for diabetes saw real improvements, study found

1/25/2006
Health Tip: Brush Your Teeth, Help Your Heart

Gum care important in controlling plaque

1/19/2006
Protein Predicts Kidney Trouble

It could be a marker to help guide treatment, researchers say

1/13/2006
Many Diabetics Tempt Health Risks

Left uncontrolled, the disease can cause heart disease, blindness, even amputation

1/3/2006
Molecular Link Between Diet, Type 2 Diabetes Discovered

High-fat fare suppresses enzyme that controls insulin production, study finds

12/29/2005
Healthy Aging: The 50s -- Time for Your Annual Checkup!

Recommended screenings can be a lifesaver, experts say

12/21/2005
Strict Blood Sugar Control Cuts Diabetes Heart Risk

Odds of heart attack, stroke fell by more than half in type 1 patients, study found

12/21/2005
Blacks Hit Harder by Arterial Leg Disease

This narrowing of vessels in the legs can be disabling, experts note

12/14/2005
Health Tip: Pins And Needles That Won't Go Away

Don't let it linger; a doctor's consultation may be needed

12/13/2005
High Insulin Levels Linked to Pancreatic Cancer

Study of male smokers saw twofold risk increase for those with highest levels

12/8/2005
Obesity, Blood Pressure Woes Haunt Aging Boomers

But life expectancy has hit an all-time high, annual U.S. health report finds

12/1/2005
Hispanic Kids Face Diabetes Dangers

They may be especially vulnerable to sugary foods, study finds

11/30/2005
Alzheimer's Could Be Diabetes-like Illness, Study Suggests

Brain insulin levels fall as the disease progresses

11/22/2005
Breast-Feeding May Lower Mom's Risk of Diabetes

Risk lowered 15 percent per year of breast-feeding, study shows

11/21/2005
Blood Test Helps Docs Spot Problem Drinkers

The screen could reduce costs for treating chronic illnesses, study finds

11/21/2005
'Double Diabetes' Poses Double Threat

More Americans are developing both forms of the blood sugar disease, experts say

11/1/2005
Diabetes Raises Colon Cancer Risk

Findings highlight the need for proper colorectal screening in diabetics

10/21/2005
Mechanism Behind Autoimmune Diseases Found

Triggering of harmful immune B cells starts inflammatory process, researchers say

10/20/2005
New Diabetes Drug Poses Danger to Patients, Cardiologists Say

Researchers urge FDA to delay approval of muraglitazar

10/17/2005
Drug Improves Type 2 Diabetes Outcomes

Study found pioglitazone cut risk for heart attacks, strokes

10/17/2005
No Link Between Diabetes, Aggressive Prostate Cancer

However, diabetic patients do have poorer survival rates, study finds

10/11/2005
Added Illnesses May Explain Breast Cancer 'Race Gap'

Higher rates of heart disease, diabetes could lower survival for black patients, study suggests

10/11/2005
Obesity During Midlife Ups Dementia Risk

Study found those with BMI higher than 30 also more likely to have heart attack, diabetes

10/11/2005
Rates of Kidney Failure Stabilize

But government report notes racial disparities persist

10/4/2005
Lifestyle Changes Could Save Millions

Additional 2% decrease in chronic disease deaths adds up to 36 million lives saved worldwide over next decade, experts say

10/4/2005
Majority of Americans Becoming Overweight or Obese

Thirty-year survey showed nine out of 10 men packed on excess pounds

10/3/2005
Drug-Coated Stents Better for Diabetics

Fewer problems develop than with older bare stents, study finds

9/30/2005
Elderly Diabetics at Double the Risk of Falling

Diabetes a prime risk factor for these debilitating events, study finds

9/28/2005
Health Tip: Signs You May Be Diabetic

Frequent thirst, fatigue are common

9/27/2005
Discovery Could Boost Type 1 Diabetes Care

Researchers spot key player in success of transplanted insulin-producing cells

9/26/2005
Smoking May Raise Diabetes Risk

In study, a quarter of smokers went on to develop the illness

9/22/2005
Caregivers in Unsafe Areas at Risk for Poor Blood Sugar Control

Stress, plus lack of exercise may contribute, researchers say

9/19/2005
Most Americans Don't Link Tummy Fat With Heart Disease

Sixty percent are unaware this type of obesity threatens the heart, survey finds

9/14/2005
Couch Potatoes Threatened by 'Visceral' Fat

This type of fat lying around organs is especially unhealthy, experts warn

9/13/2005
U.S. Death Trends Show Successes, Failures

Big gains against heart disease, but diabetes, COPD deaths are rising, report finds

9/9/2005
Mental Illness Hampers Diabetes Care

But schizophrenic or bipolar diabetics can take control of their disease, experts say

9/1/2005
'Legs For Life' Program Targets Poor Blood Flow

Many Americans have peripheral artery disease but do not know it, experts say