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Artificial pancreas helps youngsters with type 1 diabetes
Thurs January 20th - A “life-changing” artificial pancreas is helping young children with type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugar levels, British researchers reported today. More
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20/01/2022 - Artificial pancreas helps youngsters with type 1 diabetes
A “life-changing” artificial pancreas is helping young children with type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugar levels, British researchers reported today. More

05/01/2022 - Adrenal tumour 'underestimated' as risk factor
Researchers have shown how a cardiometabolic condition present in benign adrenal tumours can lead to type 2 diabetes. More

23/12/2021 - Heart disease risk factors change heart structure
Specific risk factors for heart disease are linked to common changes in the structure and appearance of the heart, a new UK study has found. More

15/11/2021 - Report highlights poor access to insulin in some countries
Insulin is still out of reach for many people with diabetes, a new report by the World Health Organization has said. More

04/11/2021 - Studies needed for link between COVID-19 and new-onset diabetes
British experts have called for an international effort to examine the link between COVID-19 and new-onset diabetes. More

14/10/2021 - Hepatocyte mutations linked to liver diseases
DNA mutations in liver cells lead to metabolism and insulin sensitivity in patients with liver disease, a new study has found. More

01/10/2021 - New medicines added to essentials lists
Two new lists of essential medicines have been published by the World Health Organization with a pledge it will help widen access to treatments. More

23/09/2021 - Metformin could be a treatment for women with pre-eclampsia
Metformin shows promise as a treatment for preterm pre-eclampsia, a study reveals today. More

05/08/2021 - Artificial pancreas trial for people with type 2 diabetes
An artificial pancreas is being trialled for people with type 2 diabetes who also need kidney dialysis, it was revealed yesterday. More

08/07/2021 - Rare diabetes genetic variants identified
Genetic variants that are behind the biggest risks for developing type 2 diabetes have been identified for the first time, it has been announced. More

15/06/2021 - Could semaglutide protect people with type 2 diabetes?
A major new study will assess if a daily dose of semaglutide could help to prevent people with type 2 diabetes developing cardiovascular disease, it has been announced. More

09/06/2021 - Mortality risk from sleep disturbance
Frequent sleep disturbance has been linked to an increased risk of all-cause mortality in a new study. More

26/05/2021 - Diabetes type 1 treatment hope for gene variant
Scientists working on immunotherapy for type 1 diabetes have found a promising approach for newly diagnosed patients with certain gene types. More

25/05/2021 - Gestational diabetes risks diabetes in later life
Women who experience gestational diabetes are more likely to develop type-1 and type-2 diabetes later in life, a 23-year Finnish study has found. More

10/03/2021 - Clear link between diabetes and Parkinson's
Researchers have found persuasive evidence that type 2 diabetes may raise the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, and may play a role in its progression. More

29/01/2021 - Metformin may affect breast cancer risk
Metformin could affect a woman's risk of developing breast cancer, a USA study published today has suggested. More

08/12/2020 - Bariatric surgery beneficial for advanced type 2 diabetes
Weight loss surgery is the best treatment for people with obesity and the most severe type 2 diabetes – and has the potential to save the UK NHS millions of pounds, according to a new study published last night. More

25/11/2020 - Severe COVID-19 risk with diabetic retinopathy
People with diabetic retinopathy are at a raised risk if they become infected with COVID-19, a study has found. More

16/11/2020 - Heart attack risk for type 2 diabetes patients
Most people with type 2 diabetes are at high risk of having a heart attack or stroke, a new Spanish study has revealed. More

13/11/2020 - Global action call on diabetes epidemic
The world is facing an epidemic of diabetes – and could save millions of lives by effective, low-cost interventions, experts say today. More

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