HbA1c point-of-care test reliably diagnoses diabetes
A point-of-care HbA1c test using either finger stick or venous blood sampling can be used to accurately diagnose diabetes in adults, according to findings published in the...
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Adverse childhood events lead to high out-of-pocket medical costs in adulthood
Greater exposure to adverse childhood experiences was associated with higher out-of-pocket medical expenses and financial burden in adulthood, according to research published...
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Nearly 58 Percent Diabetics Die of Heart Disease
Nearly 58 percent of deaths among people with type 2 diabetes are due to heart disease, reveals a new study.
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Losing Your Parent Is Absolute Hell - But Here's What I Learned
It's been five weeks since my father passed, and I still have moments of disbelief. I ask myself, “Is this real? Can this really be real ?” I suppose that's to be expected...
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Regular Insulin added to Total Parenteral Nutrition vs Subcutaneous Glargine in Non-Critically ill diabetic inpatients, a multicenter randomized clinical trial: INSUPAR Trial
There is no established insulin regimen in T2DM patients receiving parenteral nutrition.
18 hours ago - Clinical Nutrition
Insulin requirements higher after high-protein meals in type 1 diabetes
It takes more insulin for adolescents with type 1 diabetes to reach euglycemia following a high-protein meal compared with a low-protein meal, according to findings published...
1 day ago - Healio
Novo Nordisk files new drug applications for oral, injectable semaglutide
Novo Nordisk on Wednesday submitted two new drug applications for oral semaglutide, seeking approval for the drug as an adjunct to diet and exercise in adults with type 2...
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Low EF Heart Failure Benefits Most From SGLT2 Diabetes Drug
DECLARE substudy doesn't leave HFpEF entirely out, though
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Semaglutide Plus SGLT-2 Inhibitor Reduces HbA1c, Body Weight
Semaglutide is an effective add-on treatment for patients whose type 2 diabetes is not well controlled on sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitors, new research shows. Reuters...
1 day ago - Medscape - 2 articles
Eat a healthy breakfast every day to reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes, advise researchers
Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal of the day. Yet, many people still skip it without considering its health consequences. For one, skipping breakfast may...
1 day ago - Natural News - 2 articles
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Remember That Sweet Doughnut Sneaker? It's Time For a Refill With Saucony's...
To celebrate the Boston Marathon, Dunkin' Donuts and Saucony have teamed up for the second year in a row to bring you this adorable doughnut-designed running sneaker. Check out...
Mother whose 5-year-old son died of flu was attacked by anti-vaxxer trolls
Joseph Marotta got the flu shot in 2009, but it didn't prevent that year's deadly H1N1 strain. He died at age five. His mother is nonetheless a tireless flu shot advocate, but...
Radiomics Can Predict Patients' Response To Chemotherapy
Radiomics, a field of study that systematically extracts patterns from CT scan images and then measures these patterns using artificial intelligence, has been found useful to...
Choosing Adult Day Care for Alzheimer's Patients
No matter how nice and caring you are for somebody with Alzheimer's disease, you may end up needing help. Sometimes, a friend or a family member can step in to help while you...
CBD May Possibly Interfere With Your Daily Medication
Experts share how cannabidiol can impact anxiety medication, blood thinners and even pain relievers.
Early Exposure to Pesticides Increase Risk of Autism
Early exposure to pesticides is linked to small to moderate increased risk of autism spectrum disorder, according to a new study.
Birth Complications May Up Later Social Anxiety Risk in Children
Complications during birth may increase the risk of developing social anxiety symptoms in children by their pre-teen years, reveals a new study.
Glue that repairs cuts on the eyes that could save MILLIONS from going blind...
The glue, developed by Harvard Medical School in Boston, seals cuts on the cornea caused by injury or infection. Human trials could begin within a year.
Your Toilet Seat Can Detect Congestive Heart Failure Risk: Here's How
New toilet-seat based cardiovascular monitoring system can detect congestive heart failure risk and also reduce hospital readmission of heart failure patients after discharge...
New hypothesis could explain why time seems to fly by as we age
The new hypothesis proposed by a Duke University researcher suggests our perception of life experiences may be skewed as we get older and our brains require more time to process.