Type 2 Diabetes
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Low-power exercise may be the key to speeding wound healing rates in patients with diabetes, a new study suggests.
Type 2 diabetes can be reversed following an intensive weight management program even six years post-diagnosis.
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Researchers say they are getting closer to proving that Alzheimer's disease and Type 2 diabetes might be one illness.
U.S. pharmacy giant Eli Lilly and Company and Denmark's Zealand Pharma are working on new treatments for type 2 diabetes and obesity, the companies announced.
An individualized approach to diabetes treatment results in dramatically better results in adults over age 70 with Type 2 diabetes, a new study finds.
Elderly people with type 2 diabetes should not take aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease, according to draft guidelines from the American Geriatrics Society. This reverses its previous recommendation.
Elderly people with type 2 diabetes should not take aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease, according to draft guidelines from the American Geriatrics Society. The organization reversed its previous recommendation on aspirin usage in its recently updated "Guidelines for Improving the Care of the Older Adult with Diabetes Mellitus."
Individuals with type 2 diabetes can eat immediately after injecting insulin without compromising their blood sugar level, according to a recently published study in the journal Diabetes Care.
Takeda announced that the FDA has approved Nesina (alogliptin), Oseni (alogliptin and Pioglitazone), and Kazano (alogliptin and metformin HCl) for the treatment of type 2 diabetes in adults as adjuncts to diet and exercise
People with type 2 diabetes are more likely than non-diabetics to develop urinary tract infections, a British study recently found.
Overactive bladder (OAB) is prevalent in older adults with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.