1. ‘Fail to Prepare & Prepare to Fail’ When Self-Managing Your Diabetes

    Over the last number of weeks there has been much to celebrate at Diabetes Insight HQ amongst our clients. HbA1c results that have practically halved, profound weight loss, lowering of cholesterol, blood pressure and a general overall feeling of better health. When asked what was the turning point in maintaining...
  2. Study shows new patients with Diabetes Are Not Learning Self-Care

    New diabetes patients aren’t participating in education and training programs that can help them control the chronic condition, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US. Fewer than 7% of newly diagnosed diabetes (both type 1 &2) patients take part in diabetes self-management...
  3. Fatty Liver Disease May Be Less Common in Type 1 Diabetes

    Patients with type 1 diabetes may be protected from steatosis and hepatic insulin resistance, according to data published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Further, researchers found that, unlike in type 2 diabetes, obesity may not raise insulin requirements in type 1 diabetes. In this study, the researchers...
  4. Type 1 diabetes: a simple breath test may aid early diagnosis in children

    Around 1 in 4 children with type 1 diabetes are unaware they have the condition until they develop diabetic ketoacidosis – a potentially life-threatening complication. But in a new study, researchers claim to have identified a chemical marker for type 1 diabetes in the breath of children, paving the way...

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