Hypoglycemia News and Research

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Hypoglycemia, also called low blood glucose or low blood sugar, occurs when blood glucose drops below normal levels. Glucose, an important source of energy for the body, comes from food. Carbohydrates are the main dietary source of glucose.
The first test in humans of a bioartificial kidney

The first test in humans of a bioartificial kidney

Discovery of internal molecular clock that governs the metabolism of sugars and fats within the body

Discovery of internal molecular clock that governs the metabolism of sugars and fats within the body

Researchers pinpoint genetic cause of Timothy syndrome

Researchers pinpoint genetic cause of Timothy syndrome

Continuous glucose sensor technology has the potential to revolutionize diabetes management

Continuous glucose sensor technology has the potential to revolutionize diabetes management

Investigational drug, LAF237 improved glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes

Investigational drug, LAF237 improved glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes

Exenatide shows significant improvements in glucose control for people With type 2 diabetes

Exenatide shows significant improvements in glucose control for people With type 2 diabetes

Obese women more likely to have pregnancy complications and caesarean sections than women of average weight

Obese women more likely to have pregnancy complications and caesarean sections than women of average weight

First canine insulin drug

First canine insulin drug

Results of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease research in people who received human growth hormone from cadavers

Results of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease research in people who received human growth hormone from cadavers

Side Effects of Diabetes Drugs Involve Unsuspected Brain Region

Side Effects of Diabetes Drugs Involve Unsuspected Brain Region

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