Archive von Januar 2010
The role of pharmacists hasn’t received much attention in the debate on the cost of health care. But national and regional studies show that when pharmacists directly participate in patient care, they significantly reduce therapy costs and improve outcomes. A study on diabetic patients by the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences [...]
Due to a lack of suitable studies, it remains unclear whether children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes benefit more or less from long-term therapy with rapid-acting insulin analogues than with short-acting human insulin. Certainly, there is no proof of additional benefit from the available results from clinical trials of maximum one year duration. This [...]
In an interview with Diabetes Forecast – the consumer magazine of the American Diabetes Association – Randy Jackson reveals his type 2 diabetes story, the hurdles and the path to therapy. This year, Randy Jackson celebrates 10 years of type 2 diabetes: Jackson, who was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 1999, was shocked when [...]
Pooled DNA technique identifies variances that could indicate susceptibility to end-stage renal disease. PHOENIX, Ariz. — Dec. 16, 2009 — Scientists using a DNA analysis tool developed by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) and UCLA have identified genetic markers that could help treat chronic kidney disease among diabetics……..
Reducing sugar intake by the equivalent of one can of soda per day and increasing fiber intake by the amount equivalent to one half cup of beans per day appears to improve risk factors linked to type 2 diabetes in Latino adolescents, as per a report in the recent issue of Archives of Pediatrics and [...]
Here is a question that can fetch you several ontrasting replies; while some may respond cheerily, an equally striking number may respond rather grimly. The reason being that experiences vary and so do the lessons that we learn. If someone has been able to strike an exciting deal at a discount pharmacy, chances are he’ll [...]
A new report shows that treating gum disease in patients who have diabetes with procedures such as cleanings and periodontal scaling is associated with 10 to 12 percent lower medical costs per month. The findings are encouraging but the study was not designed to firmly establish cause and effect, said George Taylor, University of Michigan [...]
A motorized wheelchair comes in several variations depending upon a user’s requirements. This makes it difficult to select a perfect motor powered wheelchair. It is ideal to consult a physical therapy professional and identify which chair is best suited to promote your mobility without stressing yourself……..
A drug widely used to treat Type 2 diabetes may have unintended effects on the pancreas that could lead to a form of low-grade pancreatitis in some patients and a greater risk of pancreas cancer in long-term users, UCLA scientists have found. As per a research findings reported in the online edition of the journal [...]
Zuckerkrankheit: Ohne Zigarette steigt die Diabetesgefahr – SPIEGEL ONLINE – Nachrichten – WissenschaftDienstag, 5.Januar 2010
Zuckerkrankheit: Ohne Zigarette steigt die Diabetesgefahr – SPIEGEL ONLINE – Nachrichten – Wissenschaft.
Ich bin auch, erst nachdem ich das Rauchen aufgegeben habe, Diabetiker geworden. Das läßt einen nachdenken….