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QuickMedical®, a leader in medical supply and equipment distribution, announced today the launch of Medicool diabetes products designed to aid home users and the visually impaired.
A research team headed by Nadja Affenzeller of the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria has discovered a solution to the problem by proving that a blood glucose monitoring system
Unexpected increases in blood sugar levels may be caused by the combination use of an anti-depressant medication and a cholesterol lowering drug, according to researchers.
A recent study by Banfield Pet Hospital shows a large increase in diabetes in pets and Trupanion pet insurance provides supportive evidence after a review of recent claims. Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 17, 2011 A recent study of 2.1 million dogs and 450,000 cats by Banfield Pet Hospital, titled â€œState of Pet Health 2011 Reportâ€, showed a 32% increase in diabetes in dogs and a 16% increase of the disease in cats.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Nov. 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Diabetes isn't just a human disease.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- See video from Boehringer Ingelheim at: http://www.thenewsmarket.com/Releases/StoryDetailPage.aspx?GUID=995a7583-cbf4-410c-b06d-ddd38ac8a12c Feline diabetes is on the rise, and one in every 200 cats is currently diagnosed.
MANHATTAN, Kan., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- You might watch your daily calorie intake or glance over nutritional information on food packages, but do you do the same for your pet? Dr.
Q. One of our cats is nearly 15 pounds. We try to keep him on a strict diet, but he doesn't seem to be losing weight. We're afraid he'll become diabetic. What should we do? Overweight pets are one of the most common and challenging issues facing veterinary medicine.
Obesity is an epidemic in our American culture. But it's not just in people. Our pets are also suffering from the effects of obesity. The American pet owner is literally killing their pet with kindness.