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Hyperglycemia occurs when you have a higher than usual level of glucose in your blood. This can happen shortly after you have eaten a big meal and is not a problem if your glucose level returns to normal. Cells remove glucose from the blood in response toinsulin. If your pancreas doesn't make enough insulin, glucose can't enter the cells and remains in the blood. Blood glucose levels can also get too high if cells areunable to respond to insulin properly (insulinresistance). Without glucose, your cells are unable to make energy and can't function properly.
Researchers discover dual-functional compound that shows potential to combat type 1, type 2 diabetes

Researchers discover dual-functional compound that shows potential to combat type 1, type 2 diabetes

UT Southwestern study sheds light on role of hormone ghrelin in blood glucose control

UT Southwestern study sheds light on role of hormone ghrelin in blood glucose control

Researchers uncover unexpected mechanism of glucose sensing in skeletal muscles

Researchers uncover unexpected mechanism of glucose sensing in skeletal muscles

Newly-developed smart contact lens sensor may help diagnose diabetes and glaucoma

Newly-developed smart contact lens sensor may help diagnose diabetes and glaucoma

Breakthrough therapy reduces symptoms of Graves' eye disease in clinical trials

Breakthrough therapy reduces symptoms of Graves' eye disease in clinical trials

Takeda announces accelerated approval from FDA for new lung cancer treatment

Takeda announces accelerated approval from FDA for new lung cancer treatment

FDA approves new drug and chemotherapy combination for treatment of adult patients with AML

FDA approves new drug and chemotherapy combination for treatment of adult patients with AML

Study describes synthesis and biological evaluation of novel, effective ARIs

Study describes synthesis and biological evaluation of novel, effective ARIs

Study compares insulin pump therapy and injections in type 1 diabetes patients during Ramadan fasting

Study compares insulin pump therapy and injections in type 1 diabetes patients during Ramadan fasting

Low normalized grip strength linked to cardiometabolic diseases and disabilities in adults

Low normalized grip strength linked to cardiometabolic diseases and disabilities in adults

Short-term fasting during chemotherapy may counteract side effects of common cancer drugs

Short-term fasting during chemotherapy may counteract side effects of common cancer drugs

Investigational compound for treating indolent lymphomas shows positive results in phase II clinical study

Investigational compound for treating indolent lymphomas shows positive results in phase II clinical study

Researchers shed light on diverse effects of exercise on individuals

Researchers shed light on diverse effects of exercise on individuals

Why don’t patients always discuss hyperglycemia with their doctor?

Why don’t patients always discuss hyperglycemia with their doctor?

Chinese famine studies show no increase in chronic diseases except for schizophrenia

Chinese famine studies show no increase in chronic diseases except for schizophrenia

Onset of diabetes or rapidly deteriorating condition could be first sign of hidden pancreatic cancer

Onset of diabetes or rapidly deteriorating condition could be first sign of hidden pancreatic cancer

Study focuses on benefit of continuous glucose monitoring for diabetes patients on MDI insulin therapy

Study focuses on benefit of continuous glucose monitoring for diabetes patients on MDI insulin therapy

Researchers identify novel risk genes linked to bipolar disorder

Researchers identify novel risk genes linked to bipolar disorder

Study finds new link between short sleep during pregnancy and gestational diabetes mellitus

Study finds new link between short sleep during pregnancy and gestational diabetes mellitus

FDA expands approved use of G5 Mobile Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

FDA expands approved use of G5 Mobile Continuous Glucose Monitoring System