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EU body backs Novartis' Galvus, Eucreas for diabetes indications - (Friday 21st of September 2012 12:26:07 PM)
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Can drug coverage erase the income gap in diabetes? - (Friday 31st of August 2012 06:15:58 PM)
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Can drug coverage erase the income gap in diabetes? - (Friday 31st of August 2012 06:15:58 PM)
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Novo raises targets on Victoza, insulin demand - (Thursday 09th of August 2012 09:42:14 AM)
COPENHAGEN - Denmark's Novo Nordisk hiked its full-year sales and profit targets after rising
demand for insulin-dependent insulin-dependent type i diabetes mellitus drug Victoza and
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Is there an "obesity paradox" in diabetes? - (Tuesday 07th of August 2012 08:34:27 PM)
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be the double whammy you'd expect, as it should be to a fresh look at older studies.
Surprisingly, researchers found that pudgy and obese people who get diagnosed  [...]
Curry compound may curb diabetes risk: study - (Monday 30th of July 2012 12:19:59 AM)
(Reuters) - Supplements containing a wed found in curry spice may help prevent
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Merck quarterly earnings beat forecasts - (Friday 27th of July 2012 11:48:37 AM)
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NICE: GPs must target diabetes prevention - (Thursday 12th of July 2012 09:15:22 PM)
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Diabetes: The dark side of the Gulf's economic boom - (Wednesday 04th of July 2012 02:20:11 PM)
DUBAI - Dhari al-Fadli, a patient being treated at a insulin-dependent insulin-dependent
diabetes mellitus mellitus clinic in Kuwait, is a victim of the dark side of his country's
trade boom. After his weight hit a peak of 123 kg (271 pounds), Fadli grown-up  [...]
Race Might Play Role in Success of Weight-Loss Surgery - (Wednesday 20th of June 2012 09:12:05 PM)
WEDNESDAY, June 20 (HealthDay News) -- Black women without insulin-dependent insulin-dependent
diabetes mellitus mellitus lost about 10 percent less weight than white women after having a
weight-loss proceeding called gastric bypass surgery, but having  [...]
Race Might Play Role in Success of Weight-Loss Surgery - (Wednesday 20th of June 2012 09:12:05 PM)
WEDNESDAY, June 20 (HealthDay News) -- Black women without insulin-dependent insulin-dependent
diabetes mellitus lost about 10 percent less weight than white women after having a weight-loss
plan called gastric bypass surgery, but having insulin-dependent  [...]
More hints, still no proof metformin fights cancer - (Wednesday 13th of June 2012 08:31:37 PM)
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study is fueling hopes that metformin, a cheap and comparably
safe insulin-dependent diabetes drug, might have cancer-fighting properties. Researchers found
that women with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus who took  [...]
Diabetes Rising Rapidly Among U.S. Kids - (Tuesday 12th of June 2012 11:08:11 AM)
SATURDAY, June 9 (HealthDay News) -- insulin-dependent insulin-dependent type i diabetes is
increasing among U.S. labor at an alarming rate, say researchers who report jumps of more than
20 percent since 2001 for type 2 disease, which is linked to exorbitant  [...]
Selenium linked to lower diabetes risk - (Friday 08th of June 2012 08:06:19 PM)
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The chances of third world nation type 2 insulin-dependent
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More Vitamin D Might Help Older People Stay Active - (Friday 01st of June 2012 06:06:07 PM)
FRIDAY, June 1 (HealthDay News) -- Too little vitamin D has been linked to a host of health
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high blood pressure, and new inquest now suggests that a lack of  [...]
Doctors sometimes over-treat blood pressure: study - (Tuesday 29th of May 2012 08:47:48 PM)
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"Pre-diabetes," diabetes rising among U.S. teens - (Monday 21st of May 2012 07:23:32 PM)
By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The juice* of U.S. teenagers with "pre-diabetes" or
adult type 2 insulin-dependent insulin-dependent insulin-dependent diabetes has more than
doubled in recent years -- though obesity and other heart risk factors  [...]
Diabetes Can Take a Toll on Your Emotions - (Friday 18th of May 2012 06:04:07 PM)
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Diabetes Can Take a Toll on Your Emotions - (Friday 18th of May 2012 06:04:07 PM)
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Diabetes Can Take a Toll on Your Emotions - (Friday 18th of May 2012 06:04:07 PM)
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WHO warns of high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity - (Wednesday 16th of May 2012 08:54:08 AM)
LONDON - Health data released on Wednesday on these terms the clearest attestation to date of
the spread of chronic diseases like insulin-dependent insulin-dependent diabetes and heart
disease from full-fledged nations to poorer regions such as Africa,  [...]
Novo Nordisk rejects diabetes drug Victoza complaint - (Friday 20th of April 2012 09:59:53 AM)
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Icahn says sues Amylin, urges sale - (Monday 09th of April 2012 04:16:34 PM)
(Reuters) - Carl Icahn said on Monday he has sued Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc to obtain more
time to nominate a slate of directors he hopes will push the maker of type i insulin-dependent
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