- Washington PostAug 27 10:42 AM
New research shows link between people who develop Type 2 diabetes and increased use of antibiotics.
- MedicineNet.comAug 28 09:39 PM
Title: Antibiotics Linked to Type 2 Diabetes Risk Category: Health News Created: 8/27/2015 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 8/28/2015 12:00:00 AM
- NBC NEWSAug 28 11:22 AM
An entire class of diabetes drugs can cause severe and disabling joint pain, the Food and Drug Administration cautioned patients on Friday.The drugs,
- GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! FinanceAug 26 01:30 PM
SAN DIEGO -- Tandem Diabetes Care(R), Inc. (NASDAQ:TNDM), a medical device company and manufacturer of the t:slim(R) and t:flex(TM) Insulin Pumps, today announced that Kim Blickenstaff, president and CEO, ...
- Zacks via Yahoo! FinanceAug 28 10:20 AM
Eli Lilly (LLY) announced that the FDA has approved its diabetes drug, Synjardy, for the treatment of patients with type II diabetes.
- CBS NewsAug 27 04:38 PM
Cause and effect isn't clear, but one doctor advises, "Be careful when it comes to antibiotic use"
- IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsAug 28 06:01 AM
New Delhi, Aug 28 (IANS) Diabetes patients are at more risk of suffering from small vessel disease as its initial phase goes undetected in them, doctors have said. "Deaths caused by cardiac arrest due to small vessel artery diseases are increasing among diabetes patients. "The disease in diabetics goes undiagnosed because they normally feel less or no pain and therefore the symptoms of heart ...
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsAug 26 02:59 AM
Five million people in England are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to unhealthy lifestyles and obesity, a health authority said on Wednesday. The report by Public Health England (PHE) found more than one in ten adults have high blood sugar levels. Known as non-diabetic hyperglycaemia, the condition could lead to the development of Type 2 diabetes, which affects 2.9 million...
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsAug 28 01:44 PM
(Reuters) - A class of diabetes drugs that include Merck & Co Inc's Januvia has been linked with severe joint pain, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Friday. The FDA said it had identified 33 cases of severe joint pain in patients taking a class of drugs known as DPP-4 inhibitors between Oct. 16, 2006, when the first one was approved, through Dec. 31, 2013. Five cases were reported ...
- Queensland TimesAug 27 07:20 PM
A RECENT diabetes pilot shows how value and belief therapy can help beat the now rampant disease.