Tag Archives: child diabetes

Research Report News Podcast: Artificial Sweeteners While Pregnant May Lead to Higher Birth Weight

Researchers from the University of Manitoba in Canada recently found that pregnant women who consume artificially sweetened drinks daily are more likely to give birth to babies with high birth weights, and these babies are more likely to … Read More

Research Report News Podcast: Artificial Pancreas Safe for Pediatric Diabetes Patients

Researchers from Italy’s University of Padua have found that pediatric diabetes patients, ages 5-9, can safely use a child-specific modular model predictive control (or MMPC) for a single-hormone artificial pancreas. This finding came… Read More

Research Report News Podcast: Nurses Diabetes Interventions Improves Glycemic Control

Listen to today’s podcast here!

A study completed by researchers at the University of Leuven in Belgium examined how nurse-led interventions could help adults with diabetes. Data from approximately 580 adults with type 2 diabetes… Read More

Study Advises Screening Type 1 Teens For Depression

A study of teens who have type 1 diabetes concludes that their rate of depression is linked to poor blood glucose control and that doctors should screen young type 1s to detect the condition.

The study by the Division of Endocrinology at Cincinnati… Read More

New Blood Glucose Monitor Eliminates Finger Pricking

ABBOTT PARK, Ill., Feb. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Abbott (NYSE: ABT) announced that it has obtained CE Mark (Conformité Européenne) for the FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system indicated for children and teens … Read More