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IMI launches milestone project focusing on hypoglycaemia

IMI launches milestone project focusing on hypoglycaemia

Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) has today announced it has launched its milestone 100th project, which will focus on diabetes...
£2.6m invested in new research to reduce risk of Type 2 diabetes

£2.6m invested in new research to reduce risk of Type 2 diabetes

Diabetes UK has invested £2.6m (~€3m) into 19 new projects that aim to make life-changing improvements in diabetes care and reduce people’s risk of...
Is poor muscle health a complication of Type 1 diabetes?

Is poor muscle health a complication of Type 1 diabetes?

A new study from the universities of McMaster and York in Canada has found that poor muscle health may be one of the complications...
New AI service to aid treatment of gestational diabetes

New AI service to aid treatment of gestational diabetes

CleverHealth Network is launching its first development project in Finland, which takes the form of a digital service model based on artificial intelligence to...
Hypoglycaemia is unaddressed threat to people with Type 2 diabetes

Hypoglycaemia is unaddressed threat to people with Type 2 diabetes

New research from the Endocrine Society and Avalere Health has found that clinicians are not equipped to identify, assess and manage patients at a...
New classification suggests five different types of diabetes

New classification suggests five different types of diabetes

Results of a Swedish study (ANDIS) have indicated that there are more than two types of diabetes, meaning the need for new and better...
UK Type 2 diabetes cases reach 4.6 million

UK Type 2 diabetes cases reach 4.6 million

There is now a total of 4.6 million people living in the UK with Type 2 diabetes, according to new reports from Diabetes UK. Almost...
Obesity - feeding the body or the mind?

Obesity – feeding the body or the mind?

Professor Dr Kerstin M Oltmanns of the University of Lübeck opens a new perspective on the epidemic of 2.2 billion overweight people Obesity is a...
World leaders join new commission to tackle noncommunicable diseases

World leaders join new commission to tackle noncommunicable diseases

The World Health Organization (WHO) has today announced a new high-level commission that aims to put an end to noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). The new WHO...
Diabetes treatment breakthrough designed to remove painful side effects

Diabetes treatment breakthrough designed to remove painful side effects

A chemist has invented a new diabetes treatment that improves glucose tolerance without any of the severe side effects like nausea and vomiting. Meredith Professor...
Lund University Diabetes Centre

It’s not all about inflammation

EU programmes at the Lund University Diabetes Centre, Sweden, provide novel insights into the mechanisms behind the development of cardiovascular disease in diabetes Cardiovascular disease...
Is the Palaeolithic diet vital to preventing risk of cardiovascular disease

Is the Paleolithic diet key to preventing risk of cardiovascular disease?

A study from Umeå University, Sweden, has revealed that a Paleolithic diet can help manage weight loss in the long term, as well as...

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