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Diabetes Increasing along U.S. - Mexico Border

El Paso, Texas, October 31, 2007 - Diabetes has become the leading cause of death in Mexico and the third-leading cause of death among those living along the U.S. side of the border, according to a new study presented today by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).

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Market for Meters Looking Very Bright in Asia

Frost & Sullivan, whose mission is to research and analyze new market opportunities for corporate growth, has some happy news about the diabetes epidemic: It's creating a huge demand for glucose meters and strips in Asia.

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Chinese and South Asians Carry More Visceral Fat

Fat deep inside your abdomen, called visceral fat, collects and clusters around your vital organs. From there, it sends out proteins and hormones that are associated with type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease.

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A Reaction to Aspartame?

An article in New Zealand's Dominion Post has reported that a young woman in Wellington, New Zealand, was nearly poisoned to death by the aspartame in her chewing gum.

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Risk of Diabetes Rising High In Construction Workers

An ongoing study of 1,000 construction workers in Ireland has revealed a problem: Of the 450 who have been tested to date, nearly half are overweight, ten percent are pre-diabetic, and a number have been discovered to have type 2 diabetes.

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World Decision-Makers Confront Diabetes Pandemic at Novo Nordisk Forum: Former President Bill Clinton, keynote speaker at the Forum

New York, NY - March 13, 2007 - Former President Bill Clinton joined global diabetes leaders today in New York City to discuss ways to break the curve of the diabetes pandemic at a forum hosted by Novo Nordisk and supported by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF).

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Former President Bill Clinton speaks at Novo Nordisk Forum on Urgent Need of Worldwide Change in Diabetes Care

PRINCETON, N.J. - January 25, 2007 - Former President Bill Clinton will be the keynote speaker at the Global Changing Diabetes Leadership Forum, taking place on March 13, 2007 in New York City hosted by Novo Nordisk and supported by the International Diabetes Federation.

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Diabetic Patients With Kidney Disease Should Be Treated Aggressively From the Get-Go

Italian researchers say that kidney disease is a “significant predictor” of death, and that people who have kidney problems at the time of their diabetes diagnosis should be treated aggressively from the onset.

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Can a Type 2 Drug Improve Type 1 Control?

Japanese researchers say that adolescents and young adults who have poor blood glucose control can add one more weapon to their control arsenal: a type 2 drug.

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Pancreas Transplant Alone Improves Complications in Type 1s

Researchers in Italy say that ype 1s who undergo a successful pancreas transplant alone, without having a kidney transplant as well, have improved kidney function as well as restored normal blood glucose levels without the need for insulin therapy.

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