Articles for Tag: "insulin"

When it comes to tackling this disease, it takes a team 
When it comes to tackling this disease, it takes a team
What’s the secret to managing diabetes? Hint: Two is better than one.
He knew something was wrong, but his diagnosis blindsided him 
He knew something was wrong, but his diagnosis blindsided him
An emergency department patient complaining of foot pain got a diagnosis he never expected. What was it?
15 subtle signs of the silent killer  Featured
15 subtle signs of the silent killer
Don’t explain away these mild and easy-to-dismiss symptoms.
Is it possible to break up with diabetes? 
Is it possible to break up with diabetes?
If diabetes or pre-diabetes looms over your head like a bad relationship, you’ll be happy to know there may be a way out.
Could a new discovery hold the key to controlling diabetes? 
Could a new discovery hold the key to controlling diabetes?
With over 29 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes, could the venom of duck-billed platypus be the answer?
Is one minute of (very intense) exercise enough? 
Is one minute of (very intense) exercise enough?
Research from a recent study points to the benefits of just 60 seconds of all-out exertion.
Diabetes treatment may impact breast density 
Diabetes treatment may impact breast density
Women who take insulin appear more likely to have dense breasts, a known risk factor for breast cancer. Learn more.