Enzymes That Prevent Diabetic Kidney Disease Discovered

In certain people, the biological protective factors that play a key role in preventing diabetic kidney disease have been discovered by Joslin Diabetes Center scientists….

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Diabetes Patients More Likely to Develop Deadly Liver Disease

Having diabetes can put millions of people at a higher risk of developing deadly liver diseases, reports a new study. The findings of the study…

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New Smart Insulin can Help Prevent Hypoglycemic Symptoms in Diabetics

New smart insulin known as i-insulin could help prevent hypoglycemia in people who use the drug to manage diabetes. The findings of the study are…

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Transplanted Cells may Reveal Early Signs of Type 1 Diabetes

Transplanted islets of Langerhans to the anterior chamber of the eye can be an important reporter of autoimmunity and the development of type 1 diabetes,…

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Diabetes Tied to Numerous Cancers: Chinese Study

Being a diabetic can put you at a higher risk of developing cancer, reports a new study. The findings of the study are published in…

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Watchful Waiting: A Better Strategy to Treat Diabetic Macular Edema Patients with Good Vision

People with good eyesight despite having diabetic macular edema can safely forego treatment as long as they are strictly monitored and can initiate the treatment…

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New Therapies Slow Chronic Kidney Disease Progression in Diabetic Patients

SGLT2 inhibitors proved to be a much needed breakthrough in the management of diabetic neuropathy, said researchers. Treatment options for patients with CKD are limited…

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Diabetic Patients are 40% More Likely to be Readmitted to the Hospital

People with diabetes and low blood glucose have increased rates of deaths following hospital discharge, stated study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical…

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