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arrow Eye disorder common among diabetic adults
(Reuters Health) - Nearly 30 percent of U.S. diabetics over the age of 40 may have a diabetes-related eye disorder, with 4 percent of this population affected severely enough that their vision is threatened, suggests a new study. The condition, known as diabetic retinopathy, involves damage to the eye's retina and is the
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arrow Healthy eating helps reverse metabolic syndrome
(Reuters Health) - People with metabolic syndrome -- a cluster of risk factors for heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes -- have a better chance of reversing it if they stick to a healthy diet, a new study shows. While it seems obvious that eating healthy would make you healthier, the findings are important
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arrow New diabetes jab
Diabetes can be a frustrating and challenging disease to treat. An additional new class of drug, a once-daily injection, is now available for type 2 diabetes patients. A NEW once-daily diabetes jab to help maintain control over blood glucose levels and reduce weight was recently launched in Malaysia by Novo Nordisk.
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arrow Remote eye screening can help diabetics
(Reuters Health) - Eye clinics that screen diabetics who don't make it into a specialist's office may help identify eye problems early on, new study findings report. A review of recent research found that relatively simple exams by non-specialists who don't dilate the pupils are accurate at spotting early cases of the diabetes-related eye disorder known as diabetic retinopathy.
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arrow Risiko penghidap diabetes mati awal
KENCING manis atau diabetes dipercayai meningkatkan risiko kematian yang dikaitkan dengan saluran darah seperti kanser payu dara dan radang paru-paru.
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arrow Combination Therapy for Diabetes
Many people with type 2 diabetes can manage blood sugar levels effectively on oral diabetes medications and lifestyle changes alone. Others will need to combine oral diabetes medications with injectable diabetes drugs in order to bring their blood glucose levels into a healthy range. Finding the right
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