Type I Diabetes News

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Article Title
5/16/2008
Study Details Look at Immune Cells in Type 1 Diabetes

Findings may help efforts to develop new ways to treat the disease

5/16/2008
Islet Cell Transplants Aid Type 1 Diabetics

Study participants lived insulin-free for at least a year or two

5/8/2008
Fetal Gene May Contribute to Diabetes Risk

Study finds it plays key role in development of defective cells in type 2 diabetics

5/2/2008
Diabetes Seems to Heighten Glaucoma Risk

Regular screenings may help prevent irreversible nerve damage

4/28/2008
Pre-Pregnancy Diabetes Rates Have Doubled

More women are overweight as they conceive, raising complication risks, study finds

4/17/2008
Mature Mouse Cells Reprogrammed to Stem Cell-Like State

Work could lead to better understanding of autoimmune diseases, researchers say

4/11/2008
Researchers Identify New Genetic Links to Psoriasis

Discovery of biological pathways could lead to treatments for other autoimmune diseases

4/10/2008
Health Tip: Symptoms of Diabetes

Signs that you may be diabetic

4/4/2008
Uric Acid May Help Spot Diabetic Kidney Disease Early

Higher concentrations correlated with lower organ function, study concludes

3/31/2008
Diabetics Face Doubled Risk of Heart Attack

Danger level same as non-diabetics who already have had a heart attack, study says

3/28/2008
Once-Daily Insulin Shot Proves Effective in Study

Participants preferred it to product requiring three injections a day

3/21/2008
Diabetes' Toll Continues to Grow

But it's not too late to protect yourself and your family, experts say

3/21/2008
More Vitamin D in Childhood Cuts Later Diabetes Risk

Supplements and sunlight influence development of some autoimmune disorders, study says

3/13/2008
2/27/2008
'Diabulimia' Triples Risk of Death Among Women With Diabetes

Restricting insulin doses to lose weight increases chances of complications, study finds

2/27/2008
Overweight Hispanic Kids Show Early Markers for Diabetes

Blood vessel damage sets stage for insulin resistance, heart disease, study finds

2/26/2008
National Effort Needed to Address Hyperglycemia in Heart Patients

American Heart Association says high blood sugar condition linked to high mortality

2/3/2008
Dogs Could Be a Diabetic's Best Friend

Study aims to prove anecdotes that canines can smell dangerous drops in blood sugar levels

1/28/2008
Caffeine Could Spell Trouble for Diabetics

Consuming equivalent of 4 cups a day led to spikes in blood sugar levels

1/25/2008
Diabetes' Health Toll Hits $174 Billion Annually

Costs have climbed 32% since 2002, study finds

1/24/2008
Stem Cells Finally Found in Pancreas

Discovery could lead to new treatments for diabetes, researchers say

1/21/2008
High Blood Sugar Boosts Women's Heart Disease Risk

Men don't seem to be as prone to problem, study finds

11/15/2007
More Black Children Dying From Diabetes

Trend has been accelerating, U.S. figures show

11/14/2007
A Full and Long Life, Despite Diabetes

It's all about attitude, say seniors first diagnosed in childhood

10/17/2007
9/25/2007
Omega-3s Guard Against Type 1 Diabetes

High-risk kids who ate more fatty acids were less likely to develop diabetes, study says

7/27/2007
Young Type 1 Diabetics Benefit From Exercise

Frequency of regular physical activity was key factor in healthy blood levels, study finds

7/9/2007
Pumpkin Extract Aids Insulin Production

Compound regenerated damaged pancreatic cells in diabetic rats, researchers say

6/26/2007
Rise in Child Chronic Illness Could Swamp Health Care

Diabetes, asthma will follow American kids as they age, experts warn

6/24/2007
U.S. Predicts Diabetes Epidemic to Go On Unchecked

As cases increase, so will accompanying health problems, experts predict

6/18/2007
U.S. Women Lagging in Diabetes Care, Study Suggests

Death rates are down for men but up for women

6/6/2007
Researchers ID Genes for Some Common Diseases

They include arthritis, diabetes, heart disease; finding could revolutionize medicine, expert says

5/25/2007
Nursing Homes Need Better Diabetes Care

Study urges new protocols for monitoring patients' blood sugar, cardio risk factors

5/5/2007
Dramatic Rise in U.S. Kids Hospitalized for Type 2 Diabetes

Study authors lay the blame on the obesity epidemic

4/23/2007
Sopranos Star Tackles Health Role

Aida Turturro hits the road to educate people about diabetes

4/10/2007
Stem Cell Therapy May Combat Type 1 Diabetes

Small trial offers hope, but much more research is needed, experts say

3/16/2007
Diabetes Epidemic Spreading Worldwide: Experts

Western diets, more cars taking their toll in developing world

3/13/2007
FDA OKs Glucose-Monitoring Device for Children

The product offers 'real time' readout on blood-sugar levels

3/12/2007
FDA OKs Glucose-Monitoring Device for Children

The product offers 'real time' readout on blood-sugar levels

3/12/2007
Health Tip: Symptoms of High Blood Sugar

Warning signs for diabetics

2/14/2007
Health Tip: Understanding Autoimmune Disorders

When the immune system attacks the body

2/9/2007
Study Confirms Link Between Hormone, Insulin-Producing Cells

Neuropeptide regulating appetite may help in developing new diabetes treatments

12/3/2006
'Double Diabetes' a New Threat

The obesity epidemic is leading more people to develop type 1 and type 2 disease

11/7/2006
Insulin Stem Cells Hold Hope for Diabetes Treatment

In study with mice, they also repaired damage to kidneys

9/27/2006
Islet Cell Transplants Not Cure for Type 1 Diabetes Yet

Study says improved techniques, immunosuppressants could brighten picture

9/22/2006
New Technique Tracks Pancreatic Islet Survival

Using MRI with approved contrast agent offers better tool for monitoring

6/7/2006
Female Hormone May Prevent Type 1 Diabetes

Research with mice shows estradiol protects cells that produce insulin

2/1/2006
FDA Approves Inhaled Insulin for Diabetes

Exubera, first drug of its kind, could mean an end to injections for millions with the disease

1/27/2006
Inhaled Insulin Approved for Diabetics

First new delivery option in decades

1/13/2006
Many Diabetics Tempt Health Risks

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