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Dafne improved quality of life whilst reducing costs in type 1 diabetes in the uk and ireland

Diabetes mellitus ranks third in the world in terms of mortality in developed countries. Today, there are about 150 million people on the planet suffering from this disease, and, according to forecasts of the world health organization, this figure may grow to 300 million by 2025. While diabetes is incurable, modern medical science is able …

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Review children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes can have the same quality of life as those without it

Review children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes can have the same quality of life as those without it

Adolescence is a critical stage of development in the life of every person. During this period, teenagers strive to become independent, free from their parents and other adults. In adolescence, the opinion of friends and peers prevails over the opinion of family. And of course, the presence of diabetes only complicates the relationship between parents …

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Exenatide improves glycemic control and body weight but has important side effects

Exenatide improves glycemic control and body weight but has important side effects

Diabetes mellitus is a constantly progressive disease in which: -cell dysfunction initially leads to impaired glucose tolerance, which in some individuals further progresses to type 2 diabetes; dysfunction of -cells begins long before the increase in glycemia and worsens after the manifestation of diabetes. Mechanisms responsible for changes in insulin levels normal adaptation of -cells …

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Better evidence needed on the effectiveness of tailored interventions on self management type 2 diabetes

Better evidence needed on the effectiveness of tailored interventions on self management type 2 diabetes

The value of self-control self-Control in diabetes mellitus is called independent determination of the patient’s blood sugar content (or urine). This term is sometimes used in a broader sense, as the ability to assess your condition, properly conduct medical measures, for example, follow a diet or change the dose of sugar-lowering medications. Since the main …

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