Tag Archives: Diabetes Management

Research Report News Podcast: Early Intervention is Critical for Treating Diabetic Foot Ulcers

An audit of diabetic patients with foot ulcers has shown that early intervention is crucial for treating the condition. The treatment… Read More

Research Report: Mini-Dose Glucagon New Treatment for Mild Hypoglycemia

A recent study found that a mini-dose of glucagon can be an effective treatment option for adults with type 1 diabetes dealing with mild hypoglycemia. Mini-dose glucagon treatments are especially beneficial because they do not require patients… Read More

AskNadia: How Much Alcohol is Too Much for Diabetes

Dear Nadia,

I worry about my husband and how alcohol affects his diabetes. He usually has two glasses of wine a night with dinner. Is that too much?

Kate, Indiana

Dear Kate,

Alcohol is such a big part of everyday relaxation and celebration for… Read More

Risk of Kidney Failure in Diabetics Nearly Doubles with Major Depression

If you have type 2 diabetes and also suffer from depression, you may want to keep an even closer eye on your kidney health.

According to the results of a new study, diabetics who also suffer from severe depression – the kind that makes it … Read More

Intense Type 2 Control May Raise Hip Fracture Risk

Older type 2s who exercise tight control over their blood sugar may run an increased risk of hip fracture, says a study from Changi General Hospital in Singapore. The researchers studied 558 elderly people with diabetes who had been treated… Read More