Thursday, November 15, 2012

Diabetes rate

  • CDC report: Diabetes rates tripled in Oklahoma and more than doubled in some ...

    NEW YORK - The nation's diabetes problem is getting worse, and the biggest jump over 15 years was in Oklahoma, according to a new federal report issued Thursday.

  • Diabetes Rates Soar as 18 States See Diagnosed Cases Double

    The number of people living with diabetes is soaring in the U.S., as 18 states had at least a doubling in those with the illness since 1995, a government survey found.

  • Armed with the right information, diabetes can be managed correctly

    As the nation watches the rate of diabetes grow, many individuals who are diagnosed with the disease worry about what it means for them.

  • Another Reason to Reach for Tea

    Researchers looked at the consumption of black tea in 50 countries across the world and then analyzed World Health Organization data for the same nations, including the prevalence of respiratory and infectious diseases, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

  • World Diabetes Day designed to raise awareness

    For the fifth year in a row, the preterm birth rate in the United States has dropped. The 2011 rate was the lowest in 10 years, the March of Dimes reported today.

  • Utahns reminded of diabetes dangers on World Diabetes Day

    The organizations invited the Malialole drummers, a Pacific Islander group, to perform at their Wednesday press conference, to highlight that 13.7 percent of Utah's Pacific Islander adults have diabetes, double the statewide rate of 6.9 percent. Utah ...

  • Type 1 diabetes mellitus have worse pregnancy outcomes

    Among pregnant women with type 1 diabetes mellitus, the spontaneous abortion rate was 15%, perinatal mortality rate 3.3% and fetal macrosomia rate 29%, compared to 8%, 0.9% and 16%, respectively in pregnant women without diabetes mellitus.

  • Lower rates of type 2 diabetes seen in black-tea consuming countries

    Powered by Inform. After conducting a mathematical analysis of data from 50 countries, a team of international researchers say they've found a link between the prevalence of type 2 diabetes and the consumption of black tea. THE BEST TEA SHOPS IN NYC ...

  • Diabetes among Indigenous Australians at crisis point

    The risk of kidney failure among Indigenous people with diabetes is ten times higher than in non-Indigenous people with the disease.

  • US preterm birth rate continues to drop

    Before her 12-year-old daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes a year ago, Michelle Moriarty knew very little about the blood sugar disease other than that there was more than one type of diabetes. Before her 12-year-old daughter was diagnosed with ...

  • 'We've highest diabetes rate in the region'

    Malaysian Endocrine and Metabolic Society (MEMS) president Professor Dr Nor Azmi Kamaruddin said the number was projected to increase rapidly in parallel with the doubling of the obesity rate in the population. "Malaysia has the highest rate of ...

  • Diabetes expert 'disillusioned' by political disinterest

    He showed the forum "scary" University of Otago research, soon to be published, showing disease rates, which included pre-diabetes for the first time. In the 55-64 age group, the rate of all forms of the disease (diagnosed, undiagnosed, and pre ...

  • 12.8 per cent current rate: Diabetes prevalence maydouble in 20 years

    LAHORE, Nov 12: Senior medics of various specialties have termed diabetes a rampantly increasing disease in the country mainly due to unhealthy lifestyle and predicted that the current 12.8 per cent prevalence rate in Pakistan is likely to be doubled ...

  • How to prevent diabetes

    One very likely reason the rate of diabetes have climbed in Switzerland (a country where people generally exercise and eat healthy food) is something your family doctor probably doesn't know or won't divulge.

  • Black Tea Linked to Lower Diabetes Risk

    When researchers analyzed data from 50 countries, they found that the rate of diabetes was lowest in countries where people drank the most black tea.

  • Global diabetes drugs market led by Novo Nordisk and Sanofi

    The global diabetes drugs market has been forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.7% through to 2015, with the industry set to hit a value of $98.4 billion by 2018, according to a new report added to the offering of Companies ...

  • Diabetes cases and costs rising in Saskatchewan

    Diabetes in Saskatchewan is rising at an alarming rate and so are the economic costs associated with the disease, says the president and chief executive officer of the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA). Currently, more than 80,000 Saskatchewan people ...

  • Ghana marks World Diabetes Day

    Speaking at the World Diabetes Day celebration in Accra, she said the increasing rate of diabetes in the country is alarming and that the public should be careful of their eating habits.

  • Beware of pills and foods that promise to control diabetes, warn experts

    According to figures revealed by PGI, the prevalence rate of diabetes in the city ranges between 10-12 per cent which is substantially higher than many of the other north Indian cities.

  • Diabetes on the rise among young adults

    The rising prevalence of diabetes among young adults of around 20 years and even teenagers in some instances is being witnessed, unlike a decade ago when the disease would surface in people around 35-40 years, medical experts have cautioned.

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