How Can Golimumab Help Kids With Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes?
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How Can Golimumab Help Kids With Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes?

It might be tricky to pronounce at first, but a human monoclonal antibody, called golimumab (gō-lim-yü-mab), can help kids and young adults with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes, according to new research. The fact that golimumab has been approved to treat a number of autoimmune conditions in both the adult and pediatric populations, led to…

Risk Factors For Developing Type 2 Diabetes
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Risk Factors For Developing Type 2 Diabetes

A new report indicates that insomnia is a novel risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes. The Sweden-based study that appears in the journal Diabetologia identified 19 risk factors for type 2 diabetes. It further evaluated 21 risk factors that had scarce evidence, and another 15 that reduced the risk of the condition. Researchers have long identified…

Can Stress & Anxiety Cause Diabetes?
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Can Stress & Anxiety Cause Diabetes?

Everyone experiences stress at some point in their lives that can result in worry, anxiety, and tension. Stress affects everyone to some degree, but it may be more difficult to manage when people learn that they have diabetes. Diabetes is a relentless disease that requires constant attention, awareness, and decision-making. Diabetes self-management can therefore be…

What You Need to Know About Glucose Skin Monitors
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What You Need to Know About Glucose Skin Monitors

Monitoring glucose levels is an integral part of successful diabetes management. The traditional way is capillary glucose sampling by finger prick – known as self-monitored blood glucose (SMBG). In recent years, less invasive continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices have been introduced, which have made a significant impact on how we manage and monitor blood sugar…

Is Limp Fish Handshake An Early Symptom of Type 2 Diabetes?
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Is Limp Fish Handshake An Early Symptom of Type 2 Diabetes?

The onset of type 2 diabetes can be gradual and symptoms can be mild during the early stages. As a result, many people may not realize that they have diabetes. In fact, the International Diabetes Federation estimates that some 230 million people around the world are unaware of their condition. Early detection is of crucial importance,…

Lower Insulin Prices for Medicare Beneficiaries in 2021
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Lower Insulin Prices for Medicare Beneficiaries in 2021

This is a guest blog by Danielle K. Roberts, Medicare Expert According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), there are 7.4 million Americans that use at least one form of insulin to treat diabetes. Out of those 7.4 million, 3.3 million are Medicare beneficiaries. With diabetes being the seventh leading cause of death in America,…