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The Disease Many Americans Don't Know They Have
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Yet Americans — and even some doctors — don't take diabetes very seriously. (Did you even know it's American Diabetes Month?) “Sometimes, people think 'serious' means things that kill you right away,” said Dr. Carlos del Rio, chair of the Emory
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Hypewatch: 100 Million Diabetic Americans in the Dark?MedPage Today
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Vail Daily health feature: Diabetes affects millions of Americans who don't
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Edwards resident Arlene Cordova knew she had a family history of diabetes, but had never been tested for the disease until six years ago, at age 53. After getting her blood tested during a wellness clinic at her job, Cordova discovered she had type 2

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40 percent of Americans will develop diabetes, study says
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Approximately two out of every five Americans will develop type 2 diabetes at some point during their adult lives, according to new U.S. government estimates. The ongoing diabetes and obesity epidemics have combined with ever-increasing human lifespans …
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Diabetes risk factor common in Latin Americans likely inherited from Neanderthals
Boston Globe
A genetic risk factor for type 2 diabetes commonly found in the DNA of Mexican and other Latin Americans was probably inherited from Neanderthals when they interbred with humans some 50,000 years ago, according to an exhaustive new analysis.
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The FDA has approved the first artificial pancreas for those patients who did not approve their own insulin . “It gives me a lot of hope,” Palazzolo said Rosann Macomb resident, whose daughter Bianca was just eight years old when she was diagnosed with type
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Portland-area Native Americans wage war against diabetes epidemic
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By Bill Graves, The Oregonian Jamie Francis/The Oregonian Michael Teeple, 60, a member of the Ojibwe tribe, got diabetes five years ago, shortly after recovering from a lifelong battle with alcoholism that left him homeless for a decade.

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David Beasley | Atlanta (Reuters) – A 40 percent reduction in death rate from diabetes American adults from heart disease and stroke is a sign that patients are taking better care of themselves and receive improved treatment, according to a
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