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Psychology of Diabetes and Eating
Sep 16, 2014 | 
Diabetes is not a simple disease. It is an all-consuming disease as it affects hormones, emotional and mental wellbeing, and ticks in the back of the mind twenty-four hours per day. Maybe that's just in my case, but I think I'm not alone in feeling this way.
CDC Predicts 40% of American Adults Will Develop Diabetes
Sep 15, 2014 | 
Based on a statistical analysis of almost 600,000 American Adults in three studies, the Centers for Disease Control estimates that 40 percent of all U.S. adults 20 years or older will develop type 2 diabetes in their lives. (The risk for men was estimated at 40.2 percent and for women, 39.6 percent.)For Hispanic men and women and non-Hispanic black women, the statistical risk is higher: more than 50 percent.
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Overnight Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery Found To Be Safe And Effective For Teens
Sep 12, 2014 | 
Overnight closed-loop insulin delivery – which acts like an artificial pancreas and delivers insulin doses automatically – has proved to be safe and effective at controlling blood glucose levels in adolescents with type 1 diabetes, researchers recently found.
U.S. Trails Two Dozen Other Nations In Physicians Per Capita
Sep 11, 2014 | 
Two dozen other countries top the United States when it comes to having enough doctors to go around.
Diabetes Patients On Metformin Show Better Lipid Profile
Sep 10, 2014 | 
Chinese researchers found that type 2 diabetes patients taking metformin – one of the first lines of defense in the treatment of the disease - attained a better overall lipid profile compared with those who took glipizide.
Computerized Data Causes Some Patients To Lie To Protect Security, Study Finds
Sep 8, 2014 | 
Electronic health records might save time and paper, but some patients say they find themselves not being truthful when they see their physicians using them.
Study Shows New Wound Care Technology
Sep 6, 2014 | 
A new wound-care dressing developed by a California firm has been shown to not only reduce the cost of treating wounds, but also to improve the outcomes of those treatments.

That’s good news for diabetics. According to statistics, about 15 percent of those with the disease develop chronic wounds – most often foot ulcers – that can result in amputation.

The was study, conducted at the Southwest Regional Wound Care Center in Lubbock, Texas. They found, Enluxtra Any Wound dressing developed by OSNovative Systems, Inc., reduced medical costs of chronic wound care by 30 percent. In part because it replaces many different products. Including primary foam, the gelling agent alginate, hydrogel dressings, hydro-conductive fiber, super-absorbent collagen, opaque dressing, hydrocolloid, gauze and combination dressings.

Any Wound dressing, crafted of FDA-approved polymers, is designed to sense and accommodate the different parts of the wound that need hydration or absorption, and a single dressing can remain in place for up to seven days.
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