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New study uncovers mechanisms underlying how diabetes damages the heart

Cardiac complications are the number one cause of death among diabetics. Now a team of scientists has uncovered a molecular mechanism involved ...

Diabetes patients should be offered option of metabolic surgery

In a joint statement endorsed by 45 international organizations published in the journal Diabetes Care, diabetes clinicians and researchers are calling for ...

Do germs cause type 1 diabetes?

Germs could play a role in the development of type 1 diabetes by triggering the body’s immune system to destroy the cells that produce insulin, new University research suggests. ... Full story

Germs: the cause of type 1 diabetes?

Bacteria could play a role in the development of type 1 diabetes, by triggering the immune system to destroy the cells that produce insulin. The new discovery, made using super powerful X-rays, could lead to new ways to diagnose, prevent, and possibly halt type 1 diabetes. ... Full story

DIABETES LINKED TO CHANGES IN GENE BEHAVIOUR DRIVEN BY ENVIRONMENT

Why gestational diabetes leads to type 2 diabetes has baffled medical science for decades, but new research led by Deakin University has shown the answer could be in our genes’ ability to change their behaviour due to signals from the environment. ... Full story

Diabetes Drug Found No Better Than Placebo at Treating NAFLD

But randomized, double-blind clinical trial suggests better way to conduct future trials ... Full story

New findings explain the connection between melatonin and type 2 diabetes

A new experimental and clinical study from Lund University in Sweden shows that the sleep hormone melatonin impairs insulin secretion in people with a common gene variant. Photo: Agência Brasil Fotografias ... Full story

High-performing Care Teams Communicate Differently about Diabetes Patient Care

UW School of Medicine and Public Health researchers have found that high-performing primary care provider teams with better diabetes patient outcomes and lower medical costs have a uniquely different way of communicating about diabetes patient care. ... Full story

Diabetic mice provide potential insights into diabetes development

Diabetic mice have higher levels of glutamic acids in their blood and their B cells, which are a kind of white blood cells, produce large amounts of antibodies. Both factors could be a part of the trigger-mechanism for the death of insulin producing beta-cells associated with the development of type 1 diabetes in humans. This is according to a doctoral dissertation from Umeå University. ... Full story

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