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  • Diabetes heart risk ''equivalent to 15 years aging''  -  Diabetics are at risk of developing cardiovascular disease, one of the world's biggest killers, 15 years earlier than other people, according to a scientist on Friday. So a person with diabetes aged 40 has the same odds of having a stroke or heart attack as a healthy person of 55.  06/30/2006
  • Low blood sugar at night still a diabetes problem - For people with type 1 diabetes who aim to keep their blood sugar levels under tight control, nighttime can bring the problem of sugar levels dropping too low -- which can lead to mental confusion or even seizures. None of the available remedies, however, are ideal, researchers say. 06/30/2006
  • Diabetes Brings Earlier Heart Disease, Death - People with type 2 diabetes can expect to suffer from fatal and non-fatal heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events about 15 years earlier than non-diabetics, a new study shows.  06/30/2006
  • New Study Shows Cinnamon Extract Lowers Blood Sugar Levels In People With Type 2 Diabetes - A water-soluble, cinnamonextract has been shown to reduce fasting blood sugar levels in patientswith type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from the University ofHannover in Hannover, Germany published in a recent issue of the EuropeanJournal of Clinical Investigation. 06/30/2006
  • Burnham to target diabetes, obesity - The Burnham Institute for Medical Research will devote much of its work at a proposed Florida campus to finding cures for one of the few diseases that afflicts First World countries more severely than the Third World: diabetes.  06/30/2006
  • Diabetes Confers Earlier Heart Risk - Those with diabetes are as much at risk for heart disease and stroke as someone 15 years older.  06/29/2006
  • Scepticism over study on coffee's diabetes link - Dubai: Diabetes specialists are skeptical of a study that suggests coffee, especially decaffeinated coffee, lowers the risk of diabetes, saying that more study is needed to prove the health benefits of the popular drink.  06/29/2006
  • New Study Shows Cinnamon Extract Lowers Blood Sugar Levels in People With Type 2 Diabetes - A water-soluble, cinnamon extract has been shown to reduce fasting blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from the University of Hannover in Hannover, Germany published in a recent issue of the European Journal of Clinical Investigation.  06/29/2006
  • AUDIO from Medialink: Keeping Diabetes at Bay - Type 2 diabetes is an epidemic in America. However, there is hope in the form of a new pre-diabetes clinical trial. Dr. Donna Ryan, from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, discusses what Americans need to know about pre-diabetes and how early treatment can save lives.  06/29/2006
  • Coffee Intake Linked To Lower Diabetes Risk - Drinking coffee, especially when it is decaffeinated, may be associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a report in the June 26 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.Previous studies in the United States and Europe have linked coffee to a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, according to background information in the article. 06/28/2006
  • Decaf reduces women's risk of diabetes, study suggests - Here's something to go with your morning cup of Joe: A new, 11-year study has found yet another potential benefit for coffee. Researchers said Monday that women who drank six or more cups of decaffeinated coffee a day were 33 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, a disease that affects more than 18 million Americans. 06/28/2006
  • Diabetes Perk From Decaf Coffee? - Postmenopausal women who drink at least six daily cups of coffee -- especially decaffeinated (decaf) coffee -- may be less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who never drink coffee.  According to Mark Pereira, Ph.D.  06/26/2006
  • Race may be risk factor for insulin resistance - Black women - even if their weight is normal - may be at increased risk for insulin resistance, a condition associated with diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart vessel disease, according to new research by Wake Forest University School of Medicine.  06/26/2006
  • GenoMed Can Explain Link Between West Nile, Diabetes/Hypertension - GenoMed , a Next Generation Disease Management company whose business is global public health, today announced that it has already published why patients with diabetes and high blood pressure should be at increased risk of getting West Nile virus encephalitis.  06/26/2006
  • Edinburgh researchers to probe memory loss in people with diabetics - Researchers at the University of Edinburgh are aiming to pinpoint why diabetes can cause memory loss and mental decline. A thousand people will take part in the study, the largest of its kind ever undertaken in the UK.  06/26/2006
  • Hormone produced by fat cells may lead to diabetes, cardiovascular ailments - Washington: A recent research has linked a hormone produced by fat cells to diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases in African American women.  06/26/2006
  • India: Exclusive Vegetarianism Can Lead To Fatal Diseases - Extreme vegetarian practices among Indians can lead to hyperhomocysteinemia and high homocysteine levels resulting in diseases including strokes, heart attack, diabetes and other fatal diseases, experts have opined, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported Monday. 06/26/2006
  • The new faces of diabetes - TWIN FALLS - Not so long ago, doctors diagnosed type 2 diabetes in people of middle age and older. They still do. But nowadays pediatricians are also finding it in some of their young patients.  06/26/2006
  • Patients: Healthier at home - Homebound patients with conditions such as heart disease, asthma and diabetes can end repeat trips to the hospital - and save the health-care system thousands of dollars in the process - if they keep a close eye on their symptoms.  06/26/2006
  • India: Exclusive Vegetarianism Can Lead To Fatal Diseases  - Extreme vegetarian practices among Indians can lead to hyperhomocysteinemia and high homocysteine levels resulting in diseases including strokes, heart attack, diabetes and other fatal diseases, experts have opined, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported Monday.  06/26/2006
  • Low-carb diet benefits obese type 2 diabetics - In motivated people who are overweight and have type 2 diabetes, a low-carbohydrate diet with some caloric restriction has lasting benefits on body weight and blood sugar control, Swedish researchers report.  06/23/2006
  • Insulin may up blood pressure in type 2 diabetics - Some people with type 2 diabetes need to take insulin, and this seems to heighten their risk of developing high blood pressure, according to a Taiwan study. 06/23/2006
  • Diabetes and Foot Problems - By Charrette, Mark N In its 2002 National Diabetes Fact Sheet,1 the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) cited the following statistics: * Seventeen million people - 6.2 percent of the population - have diabetes (11.1 million diagnosed, 5.9 million undiagnosed).  06/23/2006
  • Cases Of Type-2 Diabetes Increasing In Obese People -  A new report is confirming a growth in cases of Type-2 diabetes in overweight Americans.  06/22/2006
  • Young obese adults could develop diabetes - Wondering if you're going to develop diabetes in your lifetime? Spend a minute on the bathroom scale: According to new research, your weight can provide a good indication of your future risk. 06/20/2006
  • Do Low-Carb Diets Help Diabetes? - Title: Do Low-Carb Diets Help Diabetes? Category: Health News Created: 6/19/2006 Last Editorial Review: 6/19/2006
  • Type 2 Diabetes: New Cases Rising -  New cases of type 2 diabetes are rising among U.S. adults, a new study shows.  06/19/2006
  • Diabetes, Hypertension Tied to West Nile Risks - West Nile virus poses a greater health risk for people with diabetes and high blood pressure than to other Californians, and these two vulnerable groups should protect themselves from mosquito bites this summer, say state health officials.  06/19/2006
  • West Nile Virus Greater Threat To People With Diabetes, High Blood Pressure - Health experts say people who suffer from diabetes or high blood pressure should take extra care to protect themselves from mosquito bites this summer.  06/19/2006
  • Citrus peel extract shows benefits for diabetes - 6/19/2006 - A daily supplement of an extract from citrus peel could reduce insulin resistance in hamsters, suggesting the extract might also help prevent diabetes in humans, says a North American study.  06/19/2006
  • West Nile Hits Some Harder, Study Says: Diabetes, Hypertension Tied to Severe Virus Risk.  06/18/2006
  • Stroke risk spikes with diabetes diagnoses - People with Type 2 diabetes the most common kind have an increased risk of having a stroke starting immediately after their diagnosis, says new research from the University of Alberta.  06/18/2006
  • Pregnancy Complications Still High For Women With Diabetes - Perinatal mortality and congenital anomalies in babies of women with type 1 or type 2 diabetes in England, Wales. The risk of death and major birth defects are still high in babies born to women with diabetes, despite an international strategy to raise standards of diabetes care, say researchers in a study published on http://www.bmj.   06/17/2006
  • Pregnancy complications still high for women with diabetes - The risk of death and major birth defects are still high in babies born to women with diabetes, despite an international strategy to raise standards of diabetes care, say researchers in a study published on www.bmj.com.  06/17/2006
  • Diabetes raises the risk of pregnancy complications - Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes sharply raise the risk of pregnancy complications, research has found. UK experts say diabetic women should be offered specialist foetal heart scans because of the increased risk of serious abnormalities and infant death.  06/17/2006
  • Diabetes among pregnant women mean BIG risks for their infants - Despite increasing awareness and facilities for diabetes-management, a study reveals that diabetic mothers have a fourfold chance of infant death and almost twice the risk of serious birth defects as reported in BMJ Online First.  06/17/2006
  • Volunteers Needed for Study of People with Diabetes or Asthma - Durham, N.C. -- Do you currently have asthma or diabetes? Do you take one or more medicines to manage these?  Do you have Duke health insurance? If so , you may be eligible to participate in a questionnaire study that will take approximately 30-40 minutes of your time for the first visit and 10 minutes for the second visit two weeks later.  06/16/2006
  • Do Low-Carb Diets Help Diabetes? -  A small study from Sweden shows that a low-carbohydrate diet may be one of the best ways to manage diabetes and reduce the need for medication.  06/16/2006
  • Average American has very high risk of diabetes - Body mass index (BMI), the ratio of body weight to height, is tightly linked to lifetime risk of diabetes mellitus, researchers reported at the Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association. "On average, every American has a very high risk of diabetes," CDC investigators told conference participants.  06/16/2006
  • Potatoes and diabetes - Eating potatoes, especially french fries, is associated with an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, reported the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in a prospective study supported by the National Institutes of Health published in its February 2006 issue.  06/16/2006
  • Overweight Ups Your Diabetes Risk - Wondering if you're going to develop diabetes in your lifetime? Spend a minute on the bathroom scale: According to new research, your weight can provide a good indication of your future risk.  06/13/2006
  • What are your odds of developing diabetes? - Researchers using statistical models can predict a person's odds of developing diabetes based on how obese that person is at an early age, scientists reported here Monday.  06/13/2006
  • Type 2 diabetes grows as public health threat - In just a decade, the number of Americans diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes more than doubled to 14.7 million. NBC's Robert Bazell reports on the growing public health threat.  06/12/2006
  • Study: A daily pill could narrow the scope of diabetes - If everyone who had the most common form of diabetes were given a daily "polypill" that combined low-dose aspirin with commonly used drugs to lower cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar, it would prevent 7.2 million deaths and disabilities that result from the disease, the president of the American Diabetes Association says.  06/12/2006
  • Major Changes Could Reduce Diabetes Death Toll - The president of the American Diabetes Association is urging major changes to improve the health of Americans and curb an oncoming epidemic of diabetes.  06/11/2006
  • Diabetes treatment: Tips for injecting insulin and preventing problems - Mayo Clinic - If your diabetes treatment includes insulin, here's what you need to know to improve your insulin injection skills and steer clear of trouble.  06/15/2006
  • Doctors reluctant to step up diabetes drug doses - Doctors are reluctant to increase doses of patients' medications, even when their blood sugar, blood pressure and other symptoms are clearly out of bounds, experts told a diabetes meeting on Saturday.  06/10/2006
  • Doctors Failing to Intensify Needed Therapy in People With Diabetes - Four independent studies showing that doctors are failing to intensify therapy in people with type 2 diabetes and high blood glucose levels or high blood pressure were reported here today at the American Diabetes Association's 66th Annual Scientific Sessions.  06/10/2006
  • Possible link between Diabetes and meat - Harvard researchers say there is a risk relating to do a certain form of iron found in meat, which may contribute to diabetes through long term damage to body cells.  06/09/2006
  • A Review of The Diabetes Diet by Dr. Bernstein  -  Well known author and diabetic Dr. Bernstein has published a new book, The Diabetes Diet. He is known for Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution and Dr. Bernstein's Secrets to Normal Blood Sugars. He has had diabetes for over fifty-nine years and has been on a low carb diet since the '70s.  06/09/2006
  • Licensing need: Products in women's health, cardiology, diabetes, in phase II/III or currently marketed outside of the - Our foremost interest is in woman's health, cardiology, diabetes, and products used by family practitioners and internists. We may also be interested in products prescribed by other niche physician categories.  06/08/2006
  • Healthy Interactions Announce Collaboration With American Diabetes Association - Even though there have been many important innovations in insulin, oral medications, delivery devices and glucose monitor meters over the last decade, we have witnessed a decline in health outcomes among people with diabetes.  06/08/2006
  • Merck & Co: planning to reap sweet rewards in diabetes - Merck & Co has revealed plans to file for FDA approval of MK-0431A in 2006, potentially enabling it to overtake Novartis in the race to commercialize the first DPP-4 inhibitor. The news is also of particular significance to Mercks diabetes pipeline following its failure to successfully launch a drug in the dual PPAR class.  06/08/2006
  • Healthwatch: Diabetes Foot Problems - Diabetes affects around 20 million people in the United States. Some may have no family history of it and may not know they have the condition, but 15 percent develop foot problems.  06/07/2006
  • Children With Diabetes Should Exercise - Children with type 1 diabetes who exercise regularly may have improved blood-glucose levels compared to those who do not exercise, a German study finds.  06/07/2006
  • Obesity often leads to diabetes - More than 1 million cases of type 2 diabetes are diagnosed each year, and obesity is one of the leading causes, says Francine Kaufman, author of Diabesity, a book named for the link between diabetes and obesity. Diabetes can have a major effect on disability and quality of life as people age.  06/06/2006
  • Young kids with diabetes do well with insulin pump - For preschool-age children with type 1 diabetes, using a continuous subcutaneous pump to deliver insulin is a "safe, effective and superior" alternative to twice-daily insulin injections, according to a new study.  06/06/2006
  • Dental loss may prove deadly - Marcia Ellis figures she has beat the odds for years. Diagnosed with diabetes at 17, the now 67-year-old survived the amputation of both legs, a heart attack and other disabling ailments linked to her body's inability to break down sugar. So, when her dentist recently suggested she take extreme measures to prolong her life - yank her good teeth and replace them with dentures    06/05/2006
  • Wellness Expert Shares Secrets That Could Prevent Common Diseases Such as Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Cancer - NJ Wellness Expert is offering all visitors to his Web site a free report in which he shares all his secrets. (PRWEB Jun 5, 2006) Trackback URI: http://www.prweb.com/zingpr.php/RmFsdS1UaGlyLUNyYXMtUHJvZi1IYWxmLVplcm8=    06/05/2006
  • Americans need more help managing diabetes, experts say - U.S. patients and doctors alike show a surprising level of ignorance about diabetes and are not doing nearly enough to manage the condition, diabetes experts said Wednesday.  06/01/2006
  • Type 2 diabetes teens have higher complication risk - Young people with type 2 diabetes are more likely to have high blood pressure and signs of kidney damage than their counterpart who have type 1 diabetes, even though type 2 diabetic have had the disease for a much shorter time.  06/01/2006
  • Diabetes, Smoking Are Risk Factors for Leg Artery Problems - Diabetes, Smoking Are Risk Factors for Leg Artery Problems Category: Health News Created: 5/31/2006 1:57:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 06/01/2006
  • Patients With Diabetes Need To Educate Themselves - Diabetes affects 20 million Americans, and according to researchers, many of those suffering from the disease need help managing it.  06/01/2006
  • Growing Diabetes Epidemic: Patient/physician Disconnect On Disease Management - Limited understanding of disease progression and frustration with disease management contribute to the clinical challenge of meeting the rising type 2 diabetes epidemic in America, according to the Diabetes Roundtable.   06/01/2006
  • Diabetes sufferers getting younger - Research shows that the diabetes epidemic is impacting on even younger victims - babies in the womb. Two day old Shaun Cadman is one of those babies affected.  06/01/2006
  • People with diabetes suffer disconnect - Greater support from the medical community could bridge a disconnect between what Type 2 diabetes patients understand about their condition and how they manage it, a UNC physician said Wednesday.  06/01/2006
  • Treating Diabetes May 'Take a Village' - The millions of Americans suffering from diabetes need all the help they can get managing their disease, experts said Wednesday.   06/01/2006
  • Growing Diabetes Epidemic: Patient/physician Disconnect On Disease Management - Limited understanding of disease progression and frustration with disease management contribute to the clinical challenge of meeting the rising type 2 diabetes epidemic in America, according to the Diabetes Roundtable.   06/01/2006

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  • Control your diabetes for life - The prevalence of diagnosed diabetes in U.S. adults age 20 and older has risen from about 5.1 percent to 6.5 percent.  05/31/2006
  • Diabetes Epidemic Faces Patient-Physician Disconnect - Limited understanding of diabetes progression and frustration with disease management contribute to the clinical challenge of meeting the rising type 2 diabetes epidemic in America, according to the Diabetes Roundtable. The group calls for the medical community to take a more collaborative approach to caring for people with type 2 diabetes as a way to improve both disease ... 05/31/2006
  • Americans need more help managing diabetes: experts - U.S. patients and doctors alike show a surprising level of ignorance about diabetes and are not doing nearly enough to manage the condition, diabetes experts said on Wednesday.  05/31/2006
  • Significant increase diabetes prevalence in US - More than one out of every three individuals in the United States have diabetes and another 26 percent have impaired fasting glucose, which increases the risk of developing diabetes, new study findings suggest.  05/30/2006
  • Mixing insulins okay for kids with diabetes - Children with type 1 diabetes, who have to take multiple injections of insulin, can safely mix rapid-acting and long-acting insulin analogs in the same syringe without compromising long-term control of their blood sugar levels, new research shows.   05/30/2006
  • Higher chance of diabetes even for passive smokers: study - In a study that could offer new evidence of the dangers of second-hand cigarette smoke, researchers have found that people who are exposed to it may be more likely to develop diabetes.    05/30/2006
  • As childhood obesity levels increase, children and adolescents are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes - As childhood obesity levels increase, children and adolescents are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. If your child is overweight and develops any of the following symptoms, contact your child's physician.   05/30/2006
  • Physicians Too Quick to Amputate? Amputation Epidemic Looms as Smoking and Diabetes Increase Vascular System Blockages - Non-traumatic amputations -- those caused by arterial blockages related to diabetes, smoking, obesity and vascular system complications -- are occurring at an alarming rate.   05/30/2006
  • Healthy eating habits for diabetes patients - Diet in diabetes is no different from a normal diet-barring a few features: Meal timings and taking a bedtime snack. Diet in diabetes is no different from a normal diet-barring a few features: Meal timings and taking a bedtime snack. Which means a diabetic can have sweets, provided he learns portion control through food exchange system, and certain other principles of healthy eating.    05/27/2006
  • Androgen Deprivation Therapy Associated With A Significant Risk Of De Novo Diabetes Mellitus And Worsening Glycemic  -Abstract 128: While androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer is known to result in poor glycemic control, the exact risk of de novo diabetes mellitus has not well defined. Furthermore, screening and prevention strategies for patients starting on ADT have not been established.  05/25/2006
  • Exercise and diet help with diabetes - Diabetes mellitus affects over 20 million people in the United States. Estimates suggest that for children born in this decade, about 40 percent will develop diabetes in their lifetime. Almost a third of people with diabetes do not even know that they have diabetes because like its partners in crime -- high blood pressure and high cholesterol -- high blood sugar is not associated with symptoms. 05/25/2006
  • Diabetes, Heart Disease Can Herald Early GI Cancers - Heart disease and diabetes are among the most common conditions plaguing Americans today, and they are related to a host of other diseases.  05/25/2006
  • Pollution increases risks in people with diabetes, heart failure and other diseases  - People with diabetes, heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis are at increased risk of death when they are exposed to particulate air pollution, or soot, for one or more years.  05/24/2006
  • Families face barriers to managing kids' diabetes - Parents of teenagers with type 2 diabetes feel they face a range of obstacles to helping their kids take care of their health, a study has found.  05/12/2006
  • U.S. Adults Fear Alzheimer's More Than Heart Disease, Diabetes or Stroke, But Few Prepare - U.S. adults fear getting Alzheimer's disease more than heart disease, stroke or diabetes. However, nearly nine out of 10 have taken no steps to prepare for this illness. It is an illness that attacks nearly 50 percent of those who live past age 85.  05/11/2006
  • Stroke Targets People with Diabetes, Minorities - Nearly 21 million Americans currently have diabetes, a condition that dramatically increases the risk of stroke.  05/10/2006
  • Diabetes self-test available in supermarkets - A self-test for diabetes can now be purchased from local supermarkets. Dr Anthony Bransgrove developed the test because of concerns about the growing number of undiagnosed sufferers of type II diabetes.  05/09/2006
  • Diabetes among teens: a "public health time bomb' - A local health-care professional has seen a big spike in the number of young people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes within the last year.  05/09/2006
  • Some diabetes complications unchanged in 30 years - No change has been seen in the last three decades in the occurrence of some serious complications of type 1 diabetes, such as heart disease and retina damage, new research from a US-based study suggests.  05/082006
  • Is diabetes a complication of HIV infection? - Type II diabetes could be a complication of untreated HIV infection, according to a case report published in the online version of Clinical Infectious Diseases on 12 th April.  05/08/2006
  • Been checked for diabetes? Maybe it's time - One in every four children born in the United States in the year 2000 is expected to have diabetes by their teenage years, according to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta.  05/06/2006
  • Diabetes Management Slowly Improving - People with diabetes who visit their health care providers have gotten better at managing their disease over the last five years, according to a new report.  05/06/2006
  • Death Risks High In Younger People With Diabetes Type 2  - People with Type 2 diabetes aged between 35 and 54 are over three times more likely to die than those without the condition according to research published today in the journal Diabetic Medicine. For people aged from 85 to 89, the increased risk of death for those with diabetes is over 50 per cent. The research on 44,230 people with Type 2 diabetes also found that women with diabetes were more ... 05/05/2006
  • Alzheimer's cause tied to diabetes?  - A provocative new theory suggests that one root cause of Alzheimer's disease is linked to diabetes - a theory about to be tested in thousands of Alzheimer's patients given the diabetes drug Avandia in hopes of slowing brain decay.  05/02/2006
  • Not Even Half Of All Adults With Diabetes Get Critically Important Yearly Exams, USA  - According to HHS' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, fewer than half of adults who have been diagnosed with diabetes say they obtain all three of the important yearly medical tests that are needed to properly manage the disease. AHRQ's Medical Expenditure Panel Survey finds that only 41.7 percent of adults with diabetes reported having been checked within the past year for blood sugar .... 05/02/2006
  • Diabetes: 3 Commonly Missed Tests - The U.S. government reports that most adults with diabetes aren't getting three annual medical tests recommended for diabetes patients.  05/02/2006
  • Diet Rich in Magnesium Good for Health  - A diet rich in magnesium may help reduce the incidence of metabolic syndrome, the cluster of conditions that can lead to diabetes and coronary heart disease , new research finds.  05/01/2006
  • Many Mothers Think Their Overweight Child Is Not Overweight - Latina mothers of preschool-aged children frequently have inaccurate perceptions of their children's body mass index and believe they are healthy when they are overweight, according to a new study from the University of California, San Francisco.   05/01/2006

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