Amazon.com Widgets Parameters of oxidative stress in children with Type 1 diabetes mellitus and their relatives. Oxidative stress (OS) plays an important role in the pathogenesis of Type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM). The aim of the study was to compare OS parameters in diabetic children and their first-degree relatives. Fifty diabetic children from the West [...]

Amazon.com Widgets TUESDAY, July 23 (HealthScoutNews) — People with diabetes who have trouble reading appear almost twice as likely to have poorly controlled blood sugar and serous long-term complications than diabetics ( news – web sites) who have no difficulty reading. A new study, published in tomorrow’s Journal of the American Medical Association ( news [...]

Virus link to childhood diabetes. Diabetes is becoming increasingly common UK scientists have found strong evidence suggesting that diabetes is caused by a virus. The finding raises the possibility of developing a vaccine for the disease. The researchers have discovered a marked difference between the way the bodies of healthy individuals and those newly diagnosed [...]

Some symptoms you might have experienced: Feeling generally tired thirst frequent urination frequent infections/fevers slow healing wounds gum disease/tooth decay high blood pressure high cholesterol and/or triglycerides blurry vision difficulty with liver and kidney function a sweet smell in the urine difficulty breathing depressed appetite frequent nausea headaches pounding heart hunger difficulty waking up irritability [...]

Scientists have found two surprising causes of diabetes — a pair of genes that didn’t seem to have anything to do with the disease. Defects in either gene cause an unusual variant of the most common kind of diabetes. Nobody knows why. But by showing that the genes can sabotage the body’s efforts to rein [...]

Diabetes cure?

January 24, 2009 | Leave a Comment

I am newly diagnosed diabetic. I have been told by a nutrionalist, who himself beat diabetes, that taking Chromium Complex, 200 mcg, 3 times per day with a meal can beat diabetes. My doctor also confirmed that he has heard of people who have done the same. Does anyone know of such stories where diabetes [...]

Diabetes cure a long way away: researchers Periodic injections may reduce insulin dependency TORONTO (CP) – The search for a cure for diabetes got a $6-million boost Wednesday but researchers could offer little hope for an immediate breakthrough. It’s been almost 80 years since Toronto’s Frederick Banting and Charles Best received the Nobel Prize for [...]

Amazon.com Widgets 121. children with DIABETES – Diabetes Dictionary with links to other online glossaries http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/d_04_200.htm 122. Diabetes–Ask NOAH Updated: September 1, 1999 You will need the Adobe Acrobat® Reader to view the PDF files. Disclaimer: NOAH is an information guide only. This information has been culled from a variety of consumer health .. http://www.noah.cuny.edu/diabetes/diabetes.html [...]

Amazon.com Widgets 61. Research Volunteers- Joslin Diabetes Center Many diabetes research opportunities are ongoing at Joslin Boston. Research volunteers at Joslin Diabetes Center help in understanding diabetes treatment and its complications. http://www.joslin.harvard.edu/jboston/preg.html 62. Clinical Practice Recommendations: Screening for Diabetes Clinical Practive Recommendation Screening for Diabetes http://www.diabetes.org/DiabetesCare/Supplement/s5.htm 63. JDFC – The Diabetes Research Foundation Juvenile Diabetes [...]

Diabetes was called sugar diabetes in the past.  I have articles where sugar was the culprit in diabetes.   They would publish data showing the correlation between sugar consumption and diabetes. The fact that was ignored is a person that is developing diabetes may develop severe desire for sugars.  I have seen this happen to several [...]

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