Inhalable Insulin Providing Needle-Free Option To Some Diabetes PatientsFor most people with diabetes, managing it revolves around needles, especially those who have to take insulin.
Apple Watch Can Detect Diabetes With 85 Percent Accuracy, Study SaysAccording to a study released by Apple, the Apple Watch can accurately tell whether the wearer does or does not have diabetes 85 percent of the time.
Report: Scientists Find Alzheimer's Treatment While Trying To Cure DiabetesThe medication, known as a triple receptor drug -- or "triple agonist" -- reportedly works in multiple ways to protect the brain against degeneration and promote growth.
Using Mouthwash Too Often Raises Diabetes Risk, Study SaysA person using mouthwash twice a day was increasing their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by as much as 55 percent.
Patch Offers Diabetics Discrete, Easy Option For Insulin DeliveryThere’s a new option for diabetics who have to give themselves insulin shots every day, and it’s a lot easier to use.
Regular Alcohol Consumption Could Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study FindsRegular consumption of certain alcoholic drinks in moderate amounts could cut a person's risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.
Eye Implant Allows Diabetic Patients To See Without Difficult TreatmentsAn eye implant is helping diabetic patients see better while avoiding difficult treatments.
Woman Charged For Failing To Manage Daughter's DiabetesA woman is facing child endangerment charges for allegedly failing to adequately manage her daughter’s diabetes.
Student's Service Dog Gets Own Headshot In Class YearbookA Virginia high school student who attends school with a service dog found himself side-by-side with his canine in the school's yearbook photos.
Inhaled Insulin Is Quick & Easy To Use, But Is It A Game-Changer?For some people with diabetes, injecting insulin is the only way to keep their blood sugars under control. What if there was another way?
New Device Helping Diabetics Track Blood Sugar Without FingersticksNew mom Samantha Loshelder has Type 1 diabetes. Her pancreas has stopped making insulin, a hormone needed for processing sugar.
FDA Approves 'Artificial Pancreas' To Manage DiabetesFederal regulators have approved a first-of-a-kind "artificial pancreas," a device that can help some diabetes patients manage their disease by constantly monitoring their blood sugar and delivering insulin as needed.

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