Latest hyperglycemia Stories
Every year an estimated six million U.S. hospitalizations are accompanied by hyperglycemia, a condition that occurs when your blood sugar is too high.
A new study by the Stanford University Medical Center reports that ibuprofen, an anti-inflammatory medication that is used often as a painkiller, may prove effective at curbing the symptoms of acute mountain sickness.
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
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