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Benjamin Bikman Apr 18
Like every other tissue, the is responsive to . As it becomes , it becomes compromised. This study finds that men with IR have reduced bone turnover. (Turnover=healthy.)
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Diabetes Secret Apr 12
is not a cure for ; it is a treatment.
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Helen Lazarus 23h
Annual review results - weight down 2.9 kg; hba1c down to 6.1, feet & eyes good, yay! But blood pressure up, cholesterol up - just when I get the sorted they want to put me on other drugs too 😣
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PCDiabetesEurope 9h
Interesting conclusions of Dr.Ampudia in the Intensification with
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OnTrack Diabetes Apr 19
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Martha Bebinger Apr 19
Man with diabetes spends hours, over several days, trying to match his doctor's recommendations for and an affordable price. He's determined: "I don't want to lose my feet."
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Jason Meno Mar 7
Officially lost my health insurance. I submitted everything on time and no one knows how long it will take to reprocess. Indiana healthcare, everyone. rationing starts now.
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Art 14h
Inhibition of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 1B With IONIS-PTP-1BRx Improves Sensitivity and Reduces Weight in Overweight With Type 2 .
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Joslin Diabetes Cntr Apr 17
’s role in the body is the opposite of . Glucagon triggers the release of (stored glucose) in your liver, keeping glucose levels from dropping too low overnight when you are fasting.
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Ivor Cummins Apr 18
Big boom - second part of myself and Gabor Erdosi's detailed interview on the roots of chronic disease - enjoy ! 😁
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PCOSGurl (Ashley) Apr 17
with often have higher than normal levels. Insulin helps your cells turn (glucose) into energy. Many agree that at least 150 minutes per week of is ideal for women with to improve insulin sensitivity and excess
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Benjamin Bikman Apr 7
More evidence that the brain is uniquely susceptible to . linked to alterations in brain insulin signaling. Reset the signal and give your brain a break from the constant flood of and .
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Amy Proal Apr 17
Pathogen proteins can directly interfere w/ key metabolic pathways 👉 Here, eLatS - a protein created by S. aureus - prevented insulin from correctly binding its target receptor. This led mice in study to develop resistance. More on topic here:
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Ivor Cummins Apr 19
Great analogy I just got in email from Greg C Nice one Greg...!
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Chris Pizzurro Apr 16
Replying to @rdfrs @GMOAnswers
Insulin over-the-counter prices: 2000: $20/vial 2018: $140/vial My insurance co-pay today is more than I paid without insurance then. How has this happened?
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MannKind Corporation Apr 10
Michael Castagna, CEO of MannKind, believes “We’re on the cutting edge of helping transform the care of diabetes where people can really get real-time control.”
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Beyond Type 1 Mar 16
: emergency access bill passed in Pennsylvania makes it possible to get an emergency supply of before a new doc prescription:
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FRIO Australia Apr 18
We're heading to 's EXPOsing diabetes event in on the 28th April showcasing our range of cooling wallets for those with , so come and say hi! Click here to find out more about the event:
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Diabetes.co.uk Apr 17
Whilst or night time hypos is most common in users, it can also occur for people who take oral anti-diabetic drugs. It can be worrying as you will only spot its symptoms once awake -
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Benjamin Bikman Apr 9
And another study (correlational) linking to reduced function/cognitive impairment. We need to give our brains a break from the constant stream of elevated and .
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