Too much cortisol can lead to diabetes, high blood pressure, pronounced muscle weakness and osteoporosis, among other things. Patients also gain weight and often develop depression.
The new insulin molecule adapts to the diabetes patient's blood sugar levels. This reduces the need for type 1 diabetes patients to have to check their blood sugar levels.
German researchers were able to show in a study that two diabetes drugs are highly effective in the treatment of heart failure.
Diabetes type 2 can potentially be prevented in individuals who are affected by fatty liver. Research shows that glucagon resistance may be the common factor between these diseases.
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Danish med-tech start-up Hedia has designed a digital assistant for people with insulin-dependent diabetes. A tool that can be of particular importance during the current […]
Portable biosensors that monitor health and fitness without the need to apply anything on your actual body are becoming increasingly popular among adults. This technology […]
Diabetes is no longer just a disease affecting industrialized countries. According to the WHO’s 2016 World Health Report, developing countries have meanwhile been affected the […]