Monday, September 18, 2006

AIDS: 1 In 4 Die Of Other Things (Diabetes Mellitus)

AIDS: 1 In 4 Die Of Other Things
CBS News - 9 minutes ago
The success of anti-HIV drugs is making it less common for people with AIDS to actually die of causes related to the disease, according to a New York study.Save to My Web

Diabetes treatment drug may also prevent those at risk from getting it
WALB News 10 - Sep 15 9:27 PM
UNDATED A drug already used to treat diabetes could help keep people from developing it. That's among the findings in the largest study ever done on ways to prevent diabetes.Save to My Web

More money, more food: India faces diabetes crisis
AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 14 8:31 PM
Rising incomes and huge servings of bad food -- from deep-fried samosas to pizza and burgers -- have sparked a surge in diabetes cases in India that threatens the health care system, experts say.Save to My Web

Lilly diabetes drug curbs weight gain
Sharewatch - Sep 14 6:49 AM
The study found that 18 percent of Type 2 diabetes patients given exenatide reached target blood sugar levels recommended by the International Diabetes Federation, compared with 9 percent of patients taking Novo Nordisk\'s NovoMix 30 insulin treatment.Save to My Web

Diabetes Screening
WTVY-TV 4 - Sep 17 6:58 PM
More than 20 million americans are currently diagnosed with diabetes. Another 4100 are diagnosed everyday. The condition is quickly becoming one of the most serious medical probmes facing America.Save to My Web

Drug Reduces Type 2 Diabetes Risk 62 Percent for Those at Highest Risk
Senior Journal - Sep 18 8:09 AM
September 18, 2006 - Giving people at high-risk of developing type 2 diabetes the drug rosiglitazone (Avandia), along with recommended lifestyle changes, can reduce the risk of developing the disease for those at the highest risk by more than 60 percent, according to the largest diabetes-prevention trial to date.Save to My Web

Diabetes Mellitus