Throughout the world, researchers in universities, hospitals and private companies are hard at work, trying to uncover the secrets of diabetes, discover a prevention, develop better management technology and, ultimately, find a cure. Watch these pages for news, information and press releases on all these fronts.
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Hot Topics in Diabetes
- Immunizations and Type 1 Diabetes
- The Edmonton Protocol for Islet Transplants
- Stem Cell Research
- Cure Research
- Dr. Denise Faustman's Work and DRIF Review of Dr. Faustman's Work
- Automated glucagon delivery reduces hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetes.
- Autonomic nervous system function assessed by conventional and spectral analysis might be useful in terms of predicting retinal deterioration in persons with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
- Systematic Population Screening, Using Biomarkers and Genetic Testing, Identifies 2.5% of the U.K. Pediatric Diabetes Population With Monogenic Diabetes.
Daily Care News
- Accumulation of severe hypoglycemia at weekends and in warm seasons in patients with type 1 diabetes but not with type 2 diabetes.
- Nocturnal blood pressure is associated with the progression of microvascular complications and hypertension in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
- Clinical, Psychosocial, and Demographic Factors Are Associated With Overweight and Obesity in Early Adolescent Girls With Type 1 Diabetes.
- Glycemic Control, Renal Complications, and Current Smoking in Relation to Excess Risk of Mortality in Persons With Type 1 Diabetes.
- Can SGLT2 Inhibitors Halt “Glycemic Roller Coaster” in Type 1 Diabetes?
- Insulin Timing Matters: Results from the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry.
- Quantitative assessment of dietary intake in adults with Type 1 diabetes following flexible insulin therapy education with an active promotion of dietary freedom.
- HbA1c variability predicts retinopathy, nephropathy in teens with type 1 diabetes.
- Saturated fatty acid intake decreases serum adiponectin levels in subjects with type 1 diabetes.
- As Childhood Diabetes Rates Rise, So Do Costs — And Families Feel The Pinch: Study.
Legislative and Legal News
- Substandard Type 1 Diabetes Care in Utah School Alleged.
- Philadelphia-area YMCA settles a discrimination case involving child with diabetes. See also Justice Department Reaches Agreement with Philadelphia-Area YMCA to Ensure Equal Opportunities for Children with Diabetes and Justice Department Reaches Agreement with a Texas YMCA to Ensure Equal Opportunities for Children with Diabetes.
- Some Summer Camps Rejecting Diabetic Children.
Diabetes News in the Popular Press
- What it’s like ... to have your child diagnosed with diabetes.
- Kids with diabetes share common experience.
- Marlins pitcher McGowan shares story of triumph over diabetes.
- Not-So-Friendly Skies for T1D Travelers.
- Metro girl says she was kicked off softball team because she’s diabetic.
- Dog's nose brings relief for diabetic girl's family.
- Symptoms and Mucosal Changes Stable During Rapid Increase of Pediatric Celiac Disease in Norway.
- Celiac Disease and Wheat Intolerance Syndrome: a Critical Update and Reappraisal.
- Current and Novel Therapeutic Strategies in Celiac Disease.
- Some Celiac Disease May Be Due To Viruses.
Last Updated: Wednesday June 22, 2016 18:18:45
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