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For Diabetics And Their Devices, The Present Is Never Enough
Aug 14, 2014 | 
Type 1 diabetics seem to always be living in a transitional phase. The technology we have currently is always about to be replaced with newer, better, fresher technology, It's exciting on one hand and exhausting on the other.
Study Found Blood Sugar Levels Not Affected by Sucralose-sweetened Desserts
Aug 13, 2014 | 
While there has been much debate recently about the impact of artificial sweeteners on diabetes, a new study finds that desserts sweetened with sucralose don’t impact blood sugar levels.
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Diabetes Health: CGM Crossword Puzzle #15
Aug 10, 2014 | 
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Death Risk Higher in Polytrauma Cases for People With Diabetes
Aug 5, 2014 | 
Having diabetes increases the risk of complications or death in cases where patients have suffered polytrauma compared with patients who don't have any history of medical comorbidities. (Comorbidities are defined as the simultaneous presence of two chronic diseases in a patient.) Polytrauma is defined as multiple injuries to the body or organs where at least one is life-threatening and exacerbated by the trauma of the other injuries. Such injuries usually occur in situations where the likelihood of substantial injury is high---falls, auto accidents, violent crimes, industrial accidents.
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Aug 3, 2014 | 
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Weekly Dulaglutide Performs Well in Comparison to Daily Liraglutide
Aug 1, 2014 | 
A comparison of the effects on A1c between users of once-weekly dulaglutide (made by Eli Lilly and Company) and once-daily liraglutide (sold as Victoza from Novo Nordisk) shows that both drugs have very similar effects.
Those with diabetes are more likely to develop head and neck cancers, research shows
Jul 29, 2014 | 
While experts have long noted that those with diabetes have a higher risk of heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular issues, a new study shows the risk of head and neck cancers is also higher for diabetics.
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