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Higher diabetes risk linked to shift work

July 25, 2014
Risk of diabetes significantly higher among menMillions of men and women perform shift work, whether they have a night job or rotate shifts during the week. From fire fighters to truck drivers, shift work is part of their career and...

Frequent urination in young children may be sign of diabetes

July 19, 2014
Frequent urination and thirst are two common signs of diabetes in young children, according to the American Diabetes Association. Being hungry is another sign. Diabetes also tends to run in families.The Mayo...

Gift of life comes back 10 years later

July 11, 2014
Ten years ago the Milliard family suffered a great loss: the death of their son, Kalem, due to an ATV accident. The family was generous in donating his organs to others who could not live without this gift of life...

Get your diabetic related questions answered

July 1, 2014
Do you have questions concerning diabetes? Get them answered this week by a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE). will host a live interview on 3 July with Gary Scheiner, CDE. The hour long video chat is scheduled for 3...

Diabetes: A global epidemic that we CAN fix

June 30, 2014
According to the Centers for Disease Control, a recently released report on Diabetes, states there are at least 29 million people living in the U.S. with diabetes; 28% of these patients are undiagnosed. In a study done from...

Inhaled insulin Afrezza approved for mealtime use

June 30, 2014
Afrezza, an inhaled insulin has been approved by the FDA as a new treatment for diabetic adults requiring mealtime dosages to control their blood sugar levels, and “can be used at the beginning of a meal or within...

Good and bad news announced for those with diabetes

June 25, 2014
According to Quality Health, there's good news when it comes to diabetes. The death rates from the disease are on the decline from recent years. The date rate among individuals with diabetes is down 23 percent, according to...