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A Dilemma for Diabetes Patients: How Low to Push Blood Sugar, and How to Do It?
There are 12 classes of drugs on the market and two or three different agents in each class. The drugs range in price from about $4 a month for older drugs to $700 a month for newer ones, and they have varying side effects. Many patients take more than one drug.
June 19, 2017
Gestational diabetes may increase with warmer days, study finds
Diabetes during pregnancy has long frustrated doctors trying to discern why some women are more at risk for the disease than others. Though some factors have been associated with increased risk for the condition, including age, family history, excess weight and race, many questions remain. A new...
June 15, 2017
Diabetes Tied to Brain Abnormalities
Diabetes may be bad for the brain, especially if you are overweight. Researchers studied 50 overweight and 50 normal weight people in the early stages of Type 2 diabetes. All had been given a diagnosis within the previous five years. They compared both groups with 50 healthy control subjects.
June 12, 2017