Recent Diabetes News

Jan 18, 2012

New Trends in Diabetes Care and Treatment

By Roberta Kleinman|2016-06-03T15:34:15-04:00Updated: January 18th, 2012|Diabetes Management, Newsletters, Recent Diabetes News|0 Comments

Diabetes and its associated costs are now up to approximately $218 billion a year and rising; there are 24 million people with diabetes and another 54 million with pre-diabetes. These numbers are staggering and fortunately, until we find a cure, there are multiple medically oriented companies trying to come up with new technology and product development […]

Apr 18, 2011

OMEGA-3s Can be Just as Effective as Drug Therapies for Common Eye Disorder

By Norbert Moskovits|2017-05-12T15:24:38-04:00Updated: April 18th, 2011|Newsletters, Recent Diabetes News|0 Comments

High blood sugar (glucose) increases the risk of diabetes eye problems.According to the National Institutes of Health, Diabetic retinopathy is the most common diabetic eye disease and a leading cause of blindness in American adults. [1] High blood sugar in diabetes causes the lens of the eye to swell, which changes your ability to see. According to Dr. Lois Smith, professor of ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, more than 50 percent of people who have diabetes for 25 years will develop some degree of retinopathy.

Nov 2, 2008

American Diabetes Wholesale Helps During Economic Crisis

By ADW|2017-10-18T14:33:06-04:00Updated: November 2nd, 2008|Recent Diabetes News|1 Comment

ADW Helps During Economic Crisis

Over the past several months, we’ve all been affected by the declines of the real estate and stock markets, but before this economic turmoil started American Diabetes Wholesale was helping people get their much needed diabetes supplies. Although there is not much one company can do to change the current economic condition, […]

Sep 24, 2008

Honor Your Diabetes Educator with a Nomination

By ADW|2014-04-29T13:25:45-04:00Updated: September 24th, 2008|Recent Diabetes News|0 Comments

Honor Your Diabetes Educator - Nominate them Today!As you may know, we are incredibly excited to have kicked off our second-annual American Diabetes Wholesale Diabetes Educator of the Year Contest! We hope to get everyone in the community involved in honoring those dedicated heroes that are helping in the […]

Jun 24, 2008

Destination Diabetes Launched

By ADW|2014-04-08T14:53:36-04:00Updated: June 24th, 2008|Newsletters, Recent Diabetes News|0 Comments

American Diabetes Wholesale and Author Marlene Koch, RD Launch Destination Diabetes™

The American Diabetes Association estimates that 20.8 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes and of that number, 6.2 million are unaware that they have the disease. To assist in the education of people living with diabetes, American Diabetes Wholesale, a discount […]

Feb 20, 2008

Advances in Diabetes Treatment – Islet Cells

By ADW|2014-05-05T09:14:02-04:00Updated: February 20th, 2008|Newsletters, Recent Diabetes News|0 Comments

The Islets of Langerhans aren’t the latest posh getaway destination for the jet-set. They aren’t found on a map at all. They’re found in your body – in your pancreas, to be exact. Though there are five kinds of islet cells, the most common islet cell is the beta cell. This is the cell that produces […]

Feb 13, 2008

C-Peptide May Help Diabetes

By ADW|2014-05-05T09:14:10-04:00Updated: February 13th, 2008|Newsletters, Recent Diabetes News|1 Comment

C-peptide – you’ve never heard of it? You’re not alone. C-peptide is produced when the beta cells in the pancreas manufacture insulin. For every molecule of insulin produced, the body also produces one molecule of C-peptide. People suffering from Type 1 diabetes produce less insulin and less C-peptide than other people. Why? Their beta cells are […]

May 30, 2007

Avandia – Breaking News

By ADW|2016-05-26T10:18:06-04:00Updated: May 30th, 2007|Newsletters, Recent Diabetes News|0 Comments

Perhaps you’ve heard about the recent controversy surrounding Avandia (rosiglitazone maleate), a medication used by nearly 1 million Americans to treat type 2 diabetes. Perhaps you’re even taking Avandia. If so, you may wish to consult with your doctor to confirm whether taking it is still the best option for you.


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