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Diabetes News Roundup

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Here is a selection of some of the most interesting diabetes news to help you stay up-to-date on your condition and your diabetes care.

One-Third of People with Type 1 Diabetes Produce Insulin

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About 1 in 3 people who have Type 1 diabetes still produced insulin years after their diagnosis, according to a new, first-of-its-kind study.

Stem Cells, Blood Vessels May Be Key to Type 1 Cure

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Scientists have been conducting stem cell research for some time now in an effort to find a cure for diabetes. Recently Habib Zaghouani, a scientist at the University of Missouri, has discovered a new treatment…

Hormone Could Change Type 1 Diabetes Treatment

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Quite by accident, scientists at Harvard have discovered a new hormone that could significantly help in the control of diabetes. The hope is that, if testing proves out, people with diabetes could be given an…

Gut Microbes Can Predict Type 2 Diabetes

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According to a recent Swedish study in the journal Nature, people living with type 2 diabetes also harbor a population of altered gut microbia. These findings may be a critical piece in identifying those at…

Could the Body Heal Itself of Diabetes?

By Jeanette Terry 6 Comments

Recently, a team of Harvard Medical School researchers found that a new hormone made by the liver may help increase beta cell production in the pancreas.

Taking Herbs with My Diabetes Medication: Is it Safe?

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Herbs, vitamins and other dietary supplements may change the actions of prescription and nonprescription drugs.

Why Vinegar Never Tasted So Sweet

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The sour taste of vinegar just got a little bit sweeter for people living with diabetes who are struggling to control their blood sugar levels.

Infographic: The Young Epidemic, The Rise of Type 2 Diabetes in Children

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Type 2 diabetes is generally thought of as a middle-aged or elderly person's disease. But over the past two decades, there has been a rising incidence of type 2 diabetes among children. Check out this…

Using Omega 3 to Fight Diabetes Inflammation

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Diabetes control is, of course, a mainstay of how we can prevent or perhaps put off getting complications.

Vitamin K: Is it OK for you?

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In 1943 the Nobel Prize went to two Scientists for elucidating the role of vitamin K in blood coagulation.