Type 1 Diabetes News and Research

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Type 1 diabetes, formerly called juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is usually first diagnosed in children, teenagers, or young adults. In this form of diabetes, the beta cells of the pancreas no longer make insulin because the body’s immune system has attacked and destroyed them. Treatment for type 1 diabetes includes taking insulin shots or using an insulin pump, making wise food choices, exercising regularly, controlling blood pressure and cholesterol, and taking aspirin daily—for some.
Fish oil reduces heart attack and blood vessel disease

Fish oil reduces heart attack and blood vessel disease

New research findings about T-cell transport shed light on immune system

New research findings about T-cell transport shed light on immune system

New ways to fight type 2 diabetes

New ways to fight type 2 diabetes

Bad hygiene may be good for you

Bad hygiene may be good for you

Cinnamon's role as an insulin substitute in type II diabetes

Cinnamon's role as an insulin substitute in type II diabetes

Biotech production of Sucanon Diabetes drug commences

Biotech production of Sucanon Diabetes drug commences

Study shows link between cardiovascular disease and diabetes

Study shows link between cardiovascular disease and diabetes

Trial of new drug that may halt progression of Type I Diabetes

Trial of new drug that may halt progression of Type I Diabetes

World’s largest biotechnology company acquires Tularik

World’s largest biotechnology company acquires Tularik

Thyroid disorders are often misdiagnosed

Thyroid disorders are often misdiagnosed

70% of Americans not aware of their blood glucose (sugar) level

70% of Americans not aware of their blood glucose (sugar) level

Stem cell research that could help diabetics

Stem cell research that could help diabetics

Risk of kidney stones increases higher if overweight

Risk of kidney stones increases higher if overweight

Study of three treatments of type 2 diabetes in children and teens has begun in US

Study of three treatments of type 2 diabetes in children and teens has begun in US

Side Effects of Diabetes Drugs Involve Unsuspected Brain Region

Side Effects of Diabetes Drugs Involve Unsuspected Brain Region

Gene Responsible for The Most Common Form of Diabetes

Gene Responsible for The Most Common Form of Diabetes