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What are the five leading causes of death in Spain?

What are the five leading causes of death in Spain?

Ischaemic heart disease, dementia, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lung cancer have been revealed as the five main causes of death in...
New lamp developed which could treat chronic ulcers with light

New lamp developed which could treat chronic ulcers with light

Scientists from the University of Manchester and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, UK, have developed a lamp which could treat chronic ulcers with light...
An over 40-hour working week linked to risk of diabetes in women

An over 40-hour working week linked to risk of diabetes in women

New research suggests that working over 40 hours a week creates a greater risk of diabetes in women, advising that 30-40 hours may help...
Diagnosis and delay: an approach to addressing diabetic kidney disease

Diagnosis and delay: an approach to addressing diabetic kidney disease

Health Europa takes a look at the causes, diagnosis and treatment of diabetic kidney disease and investigates what is being done at a European...
Diabetes UK welcomes government’s Childhood Obesity Plan Chapter 2

Diabetes UK welcomes government’s Childhood Obesity Plan Chapter 2

The chief executive of Diabetes UK has expressed his approval of the government’s publication of the Childhood Obesity Plan Chapter 2, which he says...
AMPK activator O304 – a novel treatment for Type 2 diabetes and diabetic kidney disease

AMPK activator O304 – a novel treatment for Type 2 diabetes and diabetic kidney...

The high and increasing unmet patient need in diabetic kidney disease demands new drugs. Betagenon AB has the answer. Globally, approximately 40% of Type 2...
Pancreatic cancer signs could be spotted in Type 2 diabetes diagnosis

Pancreatic cancer signs could be spotted in Type 2 diabetes diagnosis

Recent onset of Type 2 diabetes could give indication of pancreatic cancer signs, according to new research in the Journal of the National Cancer...
Type 1 diabetes in children: everything you need to know

Type 1 diabetes in children: everything you need to know

Type 1 diabetes in children is an ever-growing issue, so in this Diabetes Week, we take a look into the facts and figures behind...
Over half of diabetes patients are treated for mental health

Over half of diabetes patients are treated for mental health

A new study from a leading mental health provider reports that over half of the people living with diabetes in the UK have been...
Safe and effective long-term treatment found for neonatal diabetes

Safe and effective long-term treatment found for neonatal diabetes

Those with neonatal diabetes have an existing long-term therapy which has been shown for the first time to be safe and effective, a global...
Treating Type 2 diabetes in elderly and frail adults is focus of new guidance

Treating Type 2 diabetes in elderly and frail adults is focus of new guidance

New guidance has been published which focuses on how to manage the treatment of Type 2 diabetes in the elderly, including for the first...
Traffic light food labelling influences UK public’s spending habits

Traffic light food labelling influences UK public’s spending habits

The traffic light food labelling system is more likely to influence what eating establishment someone will choose to buy food from, according to a...

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