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We've moved to Facebook.... follow us and "Like" us at Central Jersey Diabetes Center Thank you. We'll be continuing much the same format with diabetes news, topics and discussion. But, now, on Facebook.
Blame it on somebody, or something, else. Apparently, Nancy Churnin, the Dallas Morning News health columnist, has it all figured out. Click here to find out what she wants the world to know.
Diabetic hiker spends four days in desert without food
Projetions suggest that diabetes will account for 17% of the National Health Service (NHS) budget in the UK by the year 2035. Currently, almost (£10 billion) of NHS spending (about 10%) does to diabetes care, with almost 80% of that going to cover the expenses of the complications of diabetes. Show More Summary
The maker of BYETTA and BYDUREON (Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc.) is seeking a buyer, but persons making this claim are asking to remain anonymous One possibility is the French company, Sanofi, although BYETTA and BYDUREON would compete directly with Sanofi's lixisenatide. The full article is here.
80 year old John MacDonald, diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 1964 while serving with the Royal Navy in Brazil, celebrated his 80th birthday by becoming Scotland's oldest bungee jumper. "I have had diabetes for 48 years and, when I was lying in hospital in Rio in 1964, I reckoned I would be very lucky to live past the age of 60. Show More Summary
We do appreciate it when patients tells us our office often goes "above and beyond" what they might expect as far as service is concerned. But, we just don't think we can respond to this e-mail (received this morning from a patient's e-mail account):
AmMed Direct, a diabetes supply company, must pay a penalty of $18 million because it wrongly billed Medicare for diabetes testing supplies in what has been called a "bait-and-switch scheme". The "whistle-blower" in this case, gets a...Show More Summary
Based on a study involving almost 30,000 participants, it has been concluded that there is an approximate 20% greater risk of developing diabetes in men that routinely skip breakfast.... and that includes individuals that are not overweight. Show More Summary
..... "why aren't there any generic insulins?" To understand why, click here.
It may be coming -- check out the Bloomberg News article here.
However, you'd rather be far down the list on many things that West Virginia is "best" at. The Gallup 2011 Healthways rankings have West Virginia as the"leader" in 10 out of 12 disease categories. These include diabetes, obesity, high...Show More Summary
“To promote gastric bypass surgery as a quick fix for diabetes is unconscionable,” said Dr. Jane L. Delgado, president and CEO of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health, in reaction to the news about two studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine that spurred headlines implying the risky surgery could cure diabetes. Show More Summary
We're not getting in the middle of this one. Why The New Surgical Cure For Diabetes Will Fail
China Diabetics Raise Stakes For Healthcare Reform Diabetes Complications At "Record High"
The "longest surviving insulin-dependent person with diabetes in the world" has died. Treated, as an infant, in 1930, by Frederick Banting himself, 81 year old Sheila Thorn passed away this week in the UK. Thorn's story as one of the...Show More Summary
It's one of the few things that hasn't been blamed yet for diabetes! Check it out here.
Eating more blueberries, apples and pears may be linked to lower risk of diabetes, according to a new U.S. study. This decrease in risk is likely secondary to the flavonoids (natural compounds in certain fruits, vegetables and grains) which have been shown to also reduce heart disease and cancer risk. Show More Summary
In an amazing study, published in the journal Cell, it is claimed to be the first study to follow a person's health status on a molecular level. It is being touted as a "major breakthrough for personalized medicine". The study also provides the first real-time look at the development of Type 2 diabetes. Show More Summary