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Exercise Regimens Offer Little Benefit for 1 in 5 People with Type 2 Diabetes

Posted by dlife on Fri, Nov 21, 14, 10:21 AM 0 Comment

November 21, 2014 (EurekAlert) - As many as one in five people with Type 2 diabetes do not see any improvement in blood sugar management when they engage in a supervised exercise regimen, according to a new scientific review published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

People develop Type 2 diabetes when their bodies become resistant to the hormone insulin, which carries sugar from the blood to cells. This leads to excess sugar in the bloodstream. The

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NativeVet Materiel and Advanced Oxygen Therapy Inc. Team to Address Wound Care in Indian Country

Posted by dlife on Mon, Nov 17, 14, 11:51 AM 0 Comment

November 17, 2014 (NativeVet) - November 12, 2014 – NativeVet Materiel, LLC (NativeVet) and Advanced Oxygen Therapy Inc. (AOTI) today announced they have signed a teaming agreement formalizing a joint effort to address wound care in Indian County. NativeVet is a Native-owned small business that provides medical and non-medical products and supplies to Indian Country. AOTI provides advanced wound care products centered on its patented Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) Therapy that can help completely heal all wound types, including diabetic ulcers.

With 16.1 percent of American Indian and

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Associations Between Follow-up Screening After Gestational Diabetes and Early Detection of Diabetes

Posted by dlife on Mon, Nov 17, 14, 11:42 AM 0 Comment

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Moderate coffee consumption may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes by 25 percent

Posted by dlife on Mon, Nov 17, 14, 10:14 AM 0 Comment

November 17, 2014 (Eurekalert) - To mark World Diabetes Day, the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) has published its annual diabetes report outlining the latest research on coffee and type 2 diabetes. More than 380 million people worldwide have diabetes, with an economic burden of $548 billion, making it one of the most significant global health problems.

The research round up report concludes that regular, moderate consumption of coffee may decrease an individual's risk of developing

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iHealth and The American Diabetes Association Team Up to Stop Diabetes

Posted by dlife on Fri, Nov 14, 14, 12:33 PM 0 Comment

November 12, 2014 (iHealth Lab, Inc.) - Today, iHealth Lab, Inc. announced that the company is joining the American DiabetesAssociation (Association) in their mission to end the devastating toll that diabetes takes on the lives of millions of individuals and families across the United States.

As part of the collaboration, iHealth will begin linking directly from its Gluco-Smart mobile application to educational content from the Association's Diabete

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