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Many diabetics needlessly test blood sugar at home

People with Type 2 diabetes whose illness is well controlled do not need to prick their fingers many times a day, yet 1 in 7 people are doing so, a study says.

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'I'm pill-free and healthy': How small goals helped Eric Gonzales lose 160 pounds

By joining WW and working toward achievable goals, Eric Gonzales lost 160 pounds and reversed his high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.

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'I'm pill-free and healthy': How small goals helped this man lose 160 pounds

By joining WW and working toward achievable goals, Eric Gonzales lost 160 pounds and reversed his high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.

UPI /
Link between poverty, obesity developed in last 30 years

Researchers report that impoverished communities in the U.S. have seen the fastest rise in diabetes and obesity during the last 30 years.

Washinton Post /
This robot has the human touch, and it wants to hear your woes

Called Furhat, the device will ask people about their health and lifestyle and screen them for risk of diabetes, alcoholism and hypothyroidism.

UPI /
People with type 2 diabetes may be testing blood sugar too much

People with type 2 diabetes might be testing their blood sugar levels too much, a study says.

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Insulin pumps linked to more reports of injury and death than any other medical device, records show

Insulin pumps are popular among Canadians with diabetes. The device is convenient and allows the user a greater degree of control over their blood sugar levels. But some experts warn that's precisely ...

UPI /
Sweetened drinks greater diabetes risk than other sugar-filled foods

Sugary drinks cause worse health outcomes than other foods that naturally contain sugar, a new study says.

VoA /
Study Estimates Shortage of Insulin by 2030

A new report on diabetes is warning of a future worldwide shortage of insulin because of the increasing number of people who are developing the disease's type 2 and require the hormone to stay healthy and alive. Faith Lapidus reports.

MSNBC /
Diabetes epidemic drives surge in insulin demand

"Current levels of insulin access are highly inadequate compared to projected need, particularly in Africa and Asia," said the lead researcher of a ...

UPI /
Half of the world's diabetics won't have insulin by 2030, study says

By 2030, about half of the 79 million adults around the globe predicted to have type 2 diabetes won't have access to insulin, a study said.

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40 million with diabetes will be left without insulin by 2030

As the number of people living with diabetes continues to rise, the access to insulin needed to meet growing demand will fall short, a new study predicts.

VoA /
Millions Left Behind as Diabetes Drives Surge in Insulin Demand

A global diabetes epidemic is fueling record demand for insulin but tens of millions will not get the injections they need unless there is a dramatic improvement in access and affordability, a new study concluded on Wednesday. Diabetes -- which can lead to blindness, kidney failure, heart problems, neuropathic pain and amputations -- now affects ...

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WATCH: What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease that occurs when a person's blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high.

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WATCH: What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease that occurs when a person's blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high.

Engadget /
Eyelid glucose sensor might pick up where Verily left off

Just because Alphabet's Verily shelved its glucose-monitoring contact lens doesn't mean you're stuck without an unintrusive ...

E! Online /
Nick Jonas Marks 13 Years Since Diabetes Diagnosis While Priyanka Chopra Shows Support

Nick Jonas is feeling thankful and grateful to his loved ones as he marks 13 years since he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, while his fiancée Priyanka Chopra expressed support for her...

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Alphabet stops its project to create a glucose-measuring contact lens for diabetes patients

Verily, Alphabet's life sciences unit, found it more challenging than expected to measure glucose levels in tears. Especially once it started testing its device outside of the lab.

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Diabetes Awareness Month: The past, present and future of diabetes treatment

New advances in diabetes treatment are making the disease easier to live with.

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