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The Link Between Diabetes and Hormones
Jan 20, 2015 | 
Diabetes begins as a metabolic syndrome that features a combination of hormonal and nutritional imbalances. If these imbalances aren’t corrected, a pre-diabetic condition can turn into full-fledged diabetes. These hormonal imbalances can result in an inability for your body to produce the insulin that it needs to convert glucose into energy, a condition that is known as insulin resistance. When this occurs, your blood glucose levels will elevate, and you may experience complications and symptoms of diabetes. Likewise, if you suffer from glucose intolerance you may experience low blood sugar when your body doesn’t have enough glucose to use for fuel. 
Type 1 - Gluten-Free Diet Still Questionable
Jan 17, 2015 | 
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A New Class of Oral Medications
Jan 12, 2015 | 
Drugs known as sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 inhibitors, or SGLT2 inhibitors, are a new class of oral medications that are used for treating patients with type 2 diabetes. These medications have been approved since 2013, and they are to be taken once a day to help the kidneys lower glucose levels in the blood. Their use has been associated with improved glycemic control, weight loss, and lowering the risk of hypoglycemia.
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Man Begins Journey With Type 1
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Five Ways to Get Back on Track When You’re Burned Out
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Lilly and Adocia Announce Alliance to Co-Develop Ultra-Rapid Insulin Based on BioChaperone Technology
Dec 27, 2014 | 
Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) and Adocia (Euronext Paris: FR0011184241 – ADOC) today announced a worldwide licensing collaboration focused on developing an ultra-rapid insulin, known as BioChaperone Lispro, for treatment in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. BioChaperone Lispro relies on Adocia’s proprietary BioChaperone® technology and is currently in Phase Ib studies.
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