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Prevention

Our top takeaways from the health and medicine edition of the world-famous TED conference.
Seeking to reach over 31,000 older adults with prediabetes over the next two years.
Leading ophthalmologist Dr. Ivan Suñer on what diabetic retinopathy is, how to prevent it, and what future treatments hold.
Praluent now approved for two specific patient populations. How this drug has the future potential to make a big impact on people with diabetes.
What does this controversial data mean for the type 2 diabetes epidemic?
Type 1 diabetes has been prevented and cured in more than 500 ways in mice, but never in humans. nPOD researchers are trying to change that, one donated organ at a time.
Tax revenue will be invested in primary school sports in England.
Plus, a partnership with UCSF to drive better research.
“Monumental news for the 51% of American seniors living with prediabetes.”
A standing ovation for Dr. Margaret Powers at ADA last month r Dr. Margaret Powers at ADA last month.
Advice for increasing daily activity, the new Fit2Me mobile app, and enthusiasm for the National Diabetes Prevention Program
The bold new recommendation for children and their parents
Why a good night of sleep transforms Adam Brown's diabetes the next day
The latest evidence on Saxenda shows that three years of treatment with the drug lowers risk for type 2 diabetes by an impressive 79%
A review of how far GLP-1 agonists have come – drugs for type 2 diabetes that help with not only blood sugar management, but with weight loss and heart health too
Siren’s machine washable, dryable socks use temperature monitoring as a convenient way to alert users of potential injuries and help prevent complications
Participating in a lifestyle change program could help lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Why is the BMI cutoff lower for diabetes screening in people of Asian descent? How a new policy could ensure more people with diabetes and prediabetes are diagnosed.
Learn what heart failure is, what it has to do with diabetes, and how to identify and talk about this complication that’s often less discussed.
Simple steps you can take to reduce your risk for heart failure. Plus, how to work with your health professional to manage it once you’ve been diagnosed.

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