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Hormone and Diabetes: What is Aldosterone?

What is aldosterone, and is there a link between the hormone and diabetes? There’s now been a study that has identified that aldosterone links...
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Could gene therapy be the future of diabetes care?

With DNA altering technology, there’s new hope for gene therapy for diabetes. New gene therapy technology could be the key to curing type 1. CRISPR...

Diabetes and Sugar: What’s the Link?

There’s so much information out there when it comes to diabetes and what causes it. One of the most common culprits is sugar. But...
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Diabetes Headache: Causes and Relief

Diabetes and regular headaches have been linked together. Do you experience the infamous diabetes headache? Headaches associated with diabetes are mostly due to changes in...
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The Staggering Rates of Diabetes in the United States

A new study out of the University of Iowa reveals what healthcare experts have long suspected: type 2 diabetes remains the most common type...
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The Dangerous Practice of Rationing Insulin

Have you heard of the practice of rationing insulin? In 2003, a vial of insulin cost around $40. Since then, the price has skyrocketed...
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Eating Out with Diabetes: 11 Tips

We know it can be hard to eat out at a restaurant with diabetes. You need to keep tight tabs on your blood sugar...
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How to Prepare for a Natural Disaster with Diabetes

Climate change is increasing the number of natural disasters we see every year. If you have diabetes, a natural disaster could be very dangerous...
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Early Morning Blood Sugar Spikes: the Dawn Phenomenon

If you’ve ever experienced blood sugar spikes early in the morning (around 2 AM to 8 AM), you could be experiencing something called the...
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PCOS and Diabetes: The Connection

PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) is a hormonal imbalance that affects 6 to 12 percent of women of reproductive age in the United States. It...

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