Top News: #Diabetes

Here are the top read news for #diabetes:


The ‘smart’ insulin patch that might one day replace injections for diabetic patients:

Researchers in North Carolina are developing a “smart” insulin patch that can automatically detect and manage blood sugar levels, an effort they hope might one day make painful, persistent insulin injections obsolete for millions of people with diabetes. Read more


Drug Shows Promise for Treating Type 1 Diabetes:

A drug that’s been on the market for years is showing new promise for treating type 1 diabetes, the form of the disease that often strikes during childhood. Read more

Middle-aged overweight man practicing yoga in gym.You Have Prediabetes – Now What?:

Robin Dorsey’s grandparents, mother, siblings and cousins have all had diabetes. She was the lucky one who escaped the grasp of the chronic disease that’s expected to impact 1 in 3 Americans by 2050 – until she became pregnant at age 29. That’s when hormonal changes pushed her body into a state of prediabetes, setting the stage for the full-blown variety, Dorsey says. Read more


Food order has significant impact on glucose and insulin levels:

Eating protein and vegetables before carbohydrates leads to lower post-meal glucose and insulin levels in obese patients with type 2 diabetes, Weill Cornell Medical College researchers found in a new study. This finding, published June 23 in the journal Diabetes Care, might impact the way clinicians advise diabetic patients and other high-risk individuals to eat, focusing not only on how much, but also on when carbohydrates are consumed. Read more

vegan diet Can a Vegan Diet Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Pain?:

The combination of a low-fat and vegan diet can reduce nerve pain in people with type 2 diabetes, according to new research published in the journal Nutrition & Diabetes. Read more