Interview with Type 1 Musician Austin James – Diabetes Daily

Interview with Type 1 Musician Austin James – Diabetes Daily

This content originally appeared on Beyond Type 1. Republished with permission.By Makaila HeifnerAustin James is a FreeStyle Libre Ambassador and this content was made possible with support from Abbott Diabetes Care.Austin James is a multi-instrumentalist from Hartford, Connecticut whose music

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Intraperitoneal and subcutaneous glucagon delivery in anaesthetized pigs: effects on circulating glucagon and glucose levels

Intraperitoneal and subcutaneous glucagon delivery in anaesthetized pigs: effects on circulating glucagon and glucose levels

Animals and animal handlingBetween February and June 2018, eleven female, juvenile, non-diabetic farm pigs (Sus scrofa), weighing 34–50 kg, were brought to the animal research facility approximately one week before experiments and acclimated to the staff and new environment. They were

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Abdominal aorta diameter as a novel marker of diabetes incidence risk in elderly women

Abdominal aorta diameter as a novel marker of diabetes incidence risk in elderly women

The actual diabetes incidence in the studied population (2769.2 new cases per 100.000 persons per year) appeared to be apparently higher than expected using National Health Fund and Central Statistical Office data (1860.7 new cases per 100,000 person-years)4. However, these

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Glucose Management Helps Reduce Cognitive Decline Risk

Glucose Management Helps Reduce Cognitive Decline Risk

Glucose Management Helps Reduce Cognitive Decline Risk As people age, obesity and diabetes put them at higher risk for cognitive conditions like Alzheimer’s Disease. Type 2 diabetes damages the brain regions that govern memory, movement, and visual processing, but maintaining

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New App Uses Artificial Intelligence to Predict Blood Glucose Levels Without a CGM – Diabetes Daily

New App Uses Artificial Intelligence to Predict Blood Glucose Levels Without a CGM – Diabetes Daily

It’s hard to deny that technology advances are improving the lives of people with diabetes worldwide. From smart insulin pumps that integrate with continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) to various applications with predictive features and alarms, the diabetes tech world continues

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Dysregulation of ghrelin in diabetes impairs the vascular reparative response to hindlimb ischemia in a mouse model; clinical relevance to peripheral artery disease

Dysregulation of ghrelin in diabetes impairs the vascular reparative response to hindlimb ischemia in a mouse model; clinical relevance to peripheral artery disease

Downregulation of ghrelin in patients with peripheral artery disease and type 2 diabetesCirculating levels of ghrelin were analyzed in plasma samples collected from patients with T2DM + PAD, non-diabetic PAD, and their respective controls (non-PAD). Patient characteristics are presented in Table 1.

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Staying Safe as The Pandemic Surges – Diabetes Daily

Staying Safe as The Pandemic Surges – Diabetes Daily

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission.By Eliza SkolerAs COVID restrictions and recommendations shift, what do we know about staying safe with diabetes? How can we protect others and make careful decisions about risk?As the pandemic continues to

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Hyperglycaemia changes response to aerobic exercise

Hyperglycaemia changes response to aerobic exercise

A high aerobic exercise capacity is associated with increased longevity. People with diabetes mellitus or pre-diabetes have reduced aerobic exercise capacity, but the mechanisms causing this reduction were unclear. Now, new research published in Nature Metabolism has described the exercise-related

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