Monthly Archives: October 2018

Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Start Setting Realistic Goals

Whenever you aim to take on a challenge for a result, you are setting a goal. Goals may be ambitious or straightforward: veer off too much in one direction, and you risk wasting your time. Too simple, and you may … Continue reading

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JDRF joins forces for Connect Immune Research project to tackle autoimmune conditions

A collection of charities representing people with autoimmune conditions have joined forces to launch a research project to understand the conditions, of which type 1 diabetes is one. The UK has a high number of people diagnosed with autoimmune conditions, … Continue reading

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Rugby player with type 1 diabetes in FreeStyle Libre mission

Worcester Warriors player Chris Pennell, who has type 1 diabetes, is calling on NHS bosses in his county to end the FreeStyle Libre postcode lottery. The fullback self-funds the flash glucose monitoring system and says it has transformed his life. … Continue reading

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NHS audit reveals importance of preventing diabetes-related complications

The importance of reducing the risk of diabetes-related complications has been emphasised after new data was revealed by the NHS. The NHS National Diabetes Audit is one of the largest annual clinical audits worldwide, integrating patient information from primary and … Continue reading

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In This Issue of Diabetes

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Hepatic Insulin Clearance in Regulation of Systemic Insulin Concentrations–Role of Carbohydrate and Energy Availability

Hyperinsulinemia is the hallmark of insulin resistance in obesity, and the relative importance of insulin clearance, insulin resistance, and insulin hypersecretion has been widely debated. On the basis of recent experimental evidence, we summarize existing evidence to suggest hepatic insulin … Continue reading

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Developmental Programming of Obesity and Diabetes in Mouse, Monkey, and Man in 2018: Where Are We Headed?

Childhood obesity and its comorbidities continue to accelerate across the globe. Two-thirds of pregnant women are obese/overweight, as are 20% of preschoolers. Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is escalating, affecting up to 1 in 5 pregnant women. The field of developmental … Continue reading

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Mitochondrial ADP Sensitivity and Transport: New Insights Into Diet-Induced Mitochondrial Impairments

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Exosomes or Microvesicles, a Secreted Subcellular Organelle Contributing to Inflammation and Diabetes

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Sydney GP loses appeal over insulin murder

A Sydney doctor has lost an appeal against his conviction for the murder of his second wife with a lethal dose of fast-acting insulin. Brian Kenneth Crickitt, 65, was jailed for a minimum of 20 years in May 2017 after … Continue reading

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