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Bayer announces new Xarelto safety studies in diabetic patients

Janssen Pharmaceuticals and Bayer AG announced 13 data presentations at the American College of Cardiology (ACC). The studies will include real-world data about Xarelto safety in patients with diabetes and atrial fibrillation.

Google to search for answer to diabetes

A new technology giant is entering into the diabetes arena. Google announced in early September that they will be looking to make an impact in the way diabetics monitor their glucose levels.

Op-Ed: Should diabetic seniors be worried about getting life insurance?

Diabetes can be a debilitating disease, and often takes a huge amount of dedication and self-restraint, in addition to a strict medication regimen, to control.

Injectable nanoscale-particles network to control blood sugar

In a promising development for diabetes treatment, researchers have developed a network of nanoscale particles that can be injected into the body and release insulin when blood-sugar levels rise, maintaining normal blood sugar levels for more than a week.

Video: Police kick man going through diabetic shock

Henderson - An officer in Nevada is possibly facing a grand jury, stemming from a 2010 incident. The case centers on the officer who had kicked an individual who was pulled over for suspected drunk driving, but was actually in diabetic shock.

Diabetic teen Tasered after traffic accident (video)

Cleburne - Ricky Jones, a 19-year-old diabetic patient, was involved in a traffic accident in the city of Cleburne in April this year, after going into hypoglycemic shock when his blood sugar dropped dangerously low.

Israeli lab close to developing insulin pill for diabetics

The race is on to develop the world's first insulin pill to eliminate the need for daily injections for diabetics. And a small Israeli-based company appears to be leading the pack.

Study: Working out to build muscle mass could lower diabetes risk

Los Angeles - The key to reducing your risk for developing diabetes may be as simple as building more muscle mass through resistance training. A new study shows higher muscle mass is associated with better insulin sensitivity and a lower risk of pre-diabetes.

Diabetic in medical emergency drives wrong way on Ontario highway

Bowmanville - Durham Regional Police officers acted quickly last night when a man in medical distress was driving the wrong way on Highway 115 in Bowmanville.

Ontario girl Naomi Ayles-Redic missing again

Toronto - A young runaway in need of her medicine is being asked to contact the police. Naomi Ayles-Redic, 16, is once again missing from Newmarket.

Chicago cop allegedly tasered unconscious man 11 times

Police officers from two Chicago suburbs are being sued after one of them allegedly Tasered a man having a seizure because the diabetic involuntarily hit the officer while being taken to an ambulance.

Diabetic Meters Go High Tech but Can They Play 'Cry'

Diabetics have a hard enough time fooling around with meters. But if they could have a cool gadget that looks high tech that everyone seems to have these days, why not? It sure beats looking down in the dumps with needles and pins.

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