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Most People Can’t Recognise Common Diabetes Symptoms

| June 23, 2017 | Comments (0)

To mark Diabetes Week, from Sunday 11 June to Saturday 17 June, the charity Diabetes UK carried out a poll of 2,000 adults.1 Most couldn’t recognise common diabetes symptoms that ought to prompt them to see a doctor. And the majority of those polled didn’t do well when it came to getting their five-a-day. When […]

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Trajenta Is Often A Dangerous Drug, Despite Findings In Mice

| June 21, 2017 | Comments (0)

The headline “Diabetes drug protects against heart disease” recently caught my attention, so I read on. It appears that Trajenta was found to prevent early markers of heart disease in mice. The trouble is, this drug is already known to help cause heart problems in humans, along with other dangerous side effects. Researchers at the […]

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Texts Are As Good As Drugs For Managing Type 2 Diabetes

| June 19, 2017 | Comments (0)

In a novel study, researchers have found that getting regular, supportive text messages improved the blood sugar control of people with type 2 diabetes just as well as medication. In three months, they saw their HbA1C levels – a measure of longer-term blood sugar control – drop from 80 to 69 mmol/mol (from 9.5 to […]

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Metformin Could Act By Altering Gut Bacteria

| June 16, 2017 | Comments (0)

The drug metformin is the mainstay of conventional type 2 diabetes treatment and has been in clinical use for the last 60 years. Despite this, scientists still don’t have a clear understanding of how it works. But a new study shows metformin may lower blood sugar through its effects on our gut bacteria. Researchers at […]

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What’s really driving the type 2 diabetes epidemic?

| June 15, 2017 | Comments (0)

Type 2 diabetes has been in the news again, with Professor Melanie Davies, a diabetes expert at Leicester University, warning that the condition threatens to overwhelm the NHS. A staggering 10 billion pounds a year is spent on treating it – almost a tenth of the entire NHS budget. And, as charity Diabetes UK was […]

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Could Chocolate Help Prevent Dangerous Heart Flutter?

| June 14, 2017 | Comments (0)

Cardiovascular disease, a term that generally brings to mind heart attacks and strokes, is a well-known complication of diabetes. Which is why your doctor is likely to want to keep a close eye on your cholesterol levels and blood pressure. But atrial fibrillation, what’s that? Just a bit of a fluttering heartbeat, right? Wrong. Atrial […]

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Elderly Type 2 Diabetes Patients May Be Overtreated

| June 12, 2017 | Comments (0)

Elderly people with chronic illnesses often put a lot of faith in their doctor. And, if an old person dies from complications of their illness, doctors don’t want to think that they might have done more to prevent it. The result is that many older people are overprescribed medications – and suffer the side effects […]

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