There’s some major diabetes research happening right here in Colorado.
Researchers at the Barbara Davis Center on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus in Aurora are using stem cells to eventually rid diabetics of having to inject insulin on a daily basis. (read more)
Deb Dye wanted to make a major lifestyle change last year and lose some weight. A continuing lecturer at Purdue University, Dye had been prediabetic for several years. She had a family history of diabetes, and she’d always thought it was just a matter of time before she was a diabetic, too. (read more)
Weight gain associated with starting insulin therapy for type 2 diabetes appears to be related more to an increase in sedentary behavior than a decrease in physical activity, according to new findings. (read more)