Latest hyperglycemia Stories
Elderly people with the metabolic syndrome—defined as having multiple risk factors associated with developing diabetes and heart disease—had an increased risk of chronic kidney disease.
In a reversal of two decades of medical reports, a Mayo Clinic study finds the frequency of nerve damage called diabetic polyneuropathy is similar in prediabetic patients and healthy people.
A new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests that hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) injures the heart, even in patients without a history of heart disease or diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes is a common disorder in the United States, with over 8 percent of the general population or more than 20 million people affected by it.
Sucanon announces a new diabetes treatment that works in a natural manner by increasing the sensitivity of body tissues to circulating insulin and providing relief of unpleasant diabetes symptoms
The clinical benefits of Sucanon were convincingly demonstrated in a double-blind, randomized, placebo- & Glibenclamide controlled, multi-center, efficacy and safety study in 370 adult patients
Hyperglycemia, or having high glucose levels in the blood, is a common, serious and costly health care problem in hospitalized patients.
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