Monthly Archives: November 2016

Diabetes: Food Cheat Sheet (Infographic)

Genesis Healthcare System of Zanesville, Ohio put together this helpful Diabetes Food Cheat Sheet! If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, healthier eating habits are a good place to start. Our mini cheat sheet gives you a variety of low sugar, … Continue reading

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Worsening depression flags poor glycemic control in type 1 diabetes medwireNews: Researchers say that physicians should be alert for worsening depression in patients with type 1 diabetes, after finding it to be associated with poor metabolic control. “While depressive symptoms themselves require therapy, they also contribute negatively to diabetes-related … Continue reading

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The FDA Approval and Clinical Testing of the Artificial Pancreas

By Dr. Michael Wood, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, and Clinical Director of the Pediatric Diabetes Program, University of Michigan Hello everyone! I bring you great news from the world of diabetes care. In late September, the FDA gave approval to … Continue reading

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How diabetes got its name

Learn about where diabetes’ name originated as part of Diabetes Awareness Month. Posted on October 31, 2016 by Pam Daniels, Michigan State University Extension November is Diabetes Awareness month. Taking time in November to get tested and learn something … Continue reading

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