Diabetes is one of the world’s most widespread diseases, affecting some 250 million people worldwide and about 60 million new cases diagnosed each year.
As pharmacists take a more hands-on approach to patient care, Winn-Dixie is enlisting their help to fight diabetes at 11 of its Central Florida stores.
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Eli Lilly and Company today announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Jentaduetoa tablets, a new tablet combining the dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor, linagliptin, and metformin.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A new study links the diabetes drug metformin to fewer cases of pancreatic cancer — at least in women — but finds other diabetes medications are associated with a higher risk of the disease. The differences in medication history among people who did or didn't get pancreatic cancer were small, researchers said, and it's unclear why the drugs might affect cancer risks …
I don’t make resolutions so much. Not because I can’t keep them. I’ve promised myself to eat well, exercise, take the healthy route – and I stick with all of it. But the thing is, making actual resolutions – eh.
But I realized sitting in my living room last night, reading and watching something not all that interesting on TV that I’m missing opportunities. Specifically, this opportunity, at this blog. The opportunity to share my story which might, in turn, help others. I’m just not doing enough of it. And that’s a shame. So, I decided to make another loose promise to myself. I’m going to endeavor to write here far more often. Even on days when things might not be going so hot.
It really is the little things in life that make everything worthwhile. It’s a productive day at work or an awesome fasting number. It’s the fact that payday is tomorrow or a movie with the boyfriend.
Sometimes I have to take a moment and remind myself of all these tiny things that make my life great and worth living. It’s so easy to get pulled under with all the negativity around you. The news, work, and other people’s problems. It’s easy to get pulled under with my own negativity about diabetes or PCOS or whatever it is.
Today, I’m taking a moment to remind myself of these little things in my life and the moments that make me stop and smile:
Lee Biosolutions Inc, an international manufacturer, producer and supplier of high purity proteins and antigens announces that it will supply high purity Hemoglobin A1C.
The New York-based gym chain, New York Sports Club took out an ad in the Jan. 25 edition of the New York Times that turned into news itself: the text read, “Paula, you made a fortune off of fat.