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Mar 31, 2014 | 
The iPhone is taking a seat at the dinner table.
Saxagliptin- Oral Medication Caution
Mar 30, 2014 | 
The FDA wants to take another look at a pill approved in 2006 for control of glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetess. In a trial study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, saxagliptin (brand name Onglyza) was shown to coincide with an increased rate of hospitalization for heart failure of 27 percent compared to type 2s taking a placebo. The FDA has not asked prescribers and patients to stop taking saxagliptin, but to use caution while a review is underway.
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Both High and Low A1c's Implicated in Longer Hospital Stays
Mar 20, 2014 | 
An interesting study out of Brigham and Women's hospital in Boston ties poor glycemic control--defined as an A1c of 8% or more--to longer hospital stays for non-cardiac surgery.
Abbott Voluntarily Recalls 2 Blood Glucose Meters
Mar 18, 2014 | 
Abbott is voluntarily conducting a recall for the FreeStyle® and the FreeStyle Flash® blood glucose meters. These two meters have not been in production since 2010. Other Abbott Diabetes Care meters are not affected by the recall.
Travel: Getting Comfortable Outside Your Comfort Zone
Feb 27, 2014 | 
If there's a common word people with diabetes use when their blood sugar drops or goes high, it's "routine"--as in, "Whenever I get away from my routine, that's when I get into trouble." For most of us, traveling isn't part of our routine, so here are some suggestions to find that sought-after balance between "getting away" and "staying OK."
Successful Clinical Trial of Type 2 Drug That Works on Intestinal Organisms
Feb 19, 2014 | 
BROOMFIELD, Colo.--MicroBiome TherapeuticsTM has announced positive results from its clinical trial of a microbiome modulator, NM504, in development for type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes.
Pump Problems? Here Are Some Helpful Pointers
Feb 13, 2014 | 
If you use an insulin pump, every now and then you may experience the unfortunate event of watching it send you the message, "No Delivery." You're no longer receiving insulin from your pump.
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