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Nutrition & diabetes articles from the top news sources, pulled on a weekly basis.

A new startup called Amalgam Rx wants to change the way people with type 2 diabetes manage their insulin intake with the help of a prescription app. There are roughly 30 million people in the US living with diabetes, many of whom inject insulin, a ...

Published: 5/1/2017 10:32:28 AM

HealthDay News — Nurse-led interventions including education and cognitive behavioral therapy can improve hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) control, according to a study published online in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. Lisa C. Whitehead, PhD, ...

Published: 5/1/2017 10:16:21 AM

A pet dog might help patients with type 1 diabetes in some ways, but living with a dog early in life isn't likely to prevent development of the condition in the first place, new research suggests. The findings are from a nationwide Swedish database ...

Published: 5/1/2017 10:00:20 AM

Arriva, which makes durable medical equipment for diabetic testing, was informed last October that its Medicare enrollment would be revoked by CMS, which accused the company of submitting claims for 211 deceased patients. Alere's initial appeal was ...

Published: 5/1/2017 9:27:43 AM

Levels of the plasma glycated protein CD59 may help identify which women will develop gestational diabetes and those at risk for large for gestational age newborns, according to findings published in Diabetes Care.

Published: 5/1/2017 8:34:55 AM

A diet high in fructose-containing sugars, such as those found in soda, while pregnant or breastfeeding can have a negative effect on offspring according to new ...

Published: 5/1/2017 3:39:00 AM

However, for people living with or at risk of diabetes, regular physical activity is an essential tool for managing blood glucose (also known as blood sugar) and preventing and/or delaying diabetes-related complications and their progression. For many ...

Published: 4/28/2017 5:14:19 AM

Those with diabetes scored worse than the healthy controls on tests of memory and reaction times. M.R.I. scans revealed significant differences in brain areas related to memory, planning and the visual processing of information. Compared with the ...

Published: 4/27/2017 5:03:59 PM

Eating a diet with a higher amount of plant protein may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to researchers from the University of Eastern Finland. While plant protein may provide a protective role, meat protein was shown to ...

Published: 4/22/2017 3:08:31 AM