A book purported to expose “hidden dangers” in healthy foods doesn’t even pass the whiff test. I started getting emails about The Plant Paradox, a book purporting to expose “the hidden dangers in ‘healthy’ foods that cause disease and weight gain”—foods like beans, whole grains,… Read More »Dr. Gundry’s The Plant Paradox Is Wrong
Athar Siddiqui: Global Strategy Lead, Digital Connected Solutions – Ascensia Diabetes Care “Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don’t think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without the talking about the other” – Bill Gates wrote this in 1999 and, nowadays, the… Read More »Data-Driven Future: Impact of Machine Learning on Diabetes Management
In a clinical trial, participants taking semaglutide lost 15 percent of their body weight, on average.
What You Should Know: – Verily’s Onduo, known for its tech-based solution for virtual diabetes management, is launching a new multi-condition platform that matches the right care to the right consumer at the right time. The expanded virtual care platform is designed to support patients managing type 2… Read More »Verily’s Onduo Virtual Care Solution Expands to Multi-Condition Platform
Bryan Lubel, Executive Vice President, Connected Health of KORE Not many will disagree that the global pandemic has accelerated the use of technology in healthcare. With a healthcare system stressed to a breaking point, medical professionals have had to prioritize critical cases and increasingly turn… Read More »The Combination of 5G and AI Will Transform Healthcare in 2021
What You Should Know: – DarioHealth, a Livongo competitor acquires musculoskeletal startup Upright for $31 million to expand their chronic condition management capabilities focused on driving behavior change rather than treating the acute problem. This move will more than double revenue and create one of… Read More »DarioHealth Acquires Musculoskeletal Solution Upright for $31M
Letters to the Editor is a periodic feature. We welcome all comments and will publish a selection. We edit for length and clarity and require full names. In case you need your blood to boil, read this story about a woman’s surprise medical bill for lab tests she… Read More »Readers and Tweeters Fight Stigma and Salute Front-Line Workers
The Senate Finance Committee has released a new report detailing findings of their investigation into the role that market dynamics play in the pricing of insulins. The report conclusions further solidify what we already know: perverse incentives in the market drove up insulin costs for… Read More »New insulin report highlights how incentives benefit middlemen, harm patients
Are there unique benefits to brown rice that would justify keeping it in our diet despite the arsenic content? For years, warnings had been given about the arsenic levels in U.S. rice potentially increasing cancer risk, but it had never been put to the test… Read More »Do the Pros of Brown Rice Outweigh the Cons of Arsenic?
Travis Dalton Dan Devers Cerner announced some leadership changes promoting long-time associates Travis Dalton to Chief Client & Services Officer and Dan Devers to Chief Legal Counsel. After long, respected, meaningful careers at Cerner, John Peterzalek and Randy Sims will be departing. Cognoa, the leading pediatric behavioral health… Read More »Cerner Leadership Changes, Other Key Executives Hires
What You Should Know: – FCC announces initial 14 pilot project selected for $100M Connected Care Pilot Program that will support connected care service across the country and focus on low-income and veteran patients. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today announced an initial set of… Read More »FCC Unveils 14 Initial Projects Selected for $100M Connected Care Pilot Program
Arsenic is not just considered to be a carcinogen; it’s also designated as a “nonthreshold carcinogen, meaning that any dose, no matter how small, carries some cancer risk”—so there really isn’t a “safe” level of exposure. Given that, it may be reasonable to “use the… Read More »Is White Rice a Yellow-Light or Red-Light Food?
What You Should Know: – Teladoc Health and Dexcom announced an expanded partnership on a new offering measures the impact of continuous glucose monitoring and real-time health recommendations for people with Type 2 diabetes at no cost. Teladoc Health, Inc., the first and only comprehensive… Read More »Teladoc Health, Dexcom Offers CGM-Powered insights to People with Type 2 Diabetes
Two years after starting to work together, Novo Nordisk and Dicerna have selected the first candidate from a joint project to find new, gene-silencing drugs for liver-related cardiometabolic diseases. Danish drugmaker Novo Nordisk signed a deal with the US biotech in 2019 valued at up… Read More »Novo Nordisk’s gene silencing alliance with Dicerna bears first fruit
Adam Sabloff, Founder and CEO of VirtualHealth As we re-examine the healthcare system in the wake of the pandemic, we are continually identifying opportunities to rebuild parts of the system to new and improved specifications. One critical facet is digital health, where we continue to… Read More »How to Capitalize on Digital Health Momentum in 2021
Donovan Quill, President and CEO, Optime Care Industry experts state that orphan drugs will be a major trend to watch in the years ahead, accounting for almost 40% of the Food and Drug Administration approvals this year. This market has become more competitive in the past few years,… Read More »Patient-First Model: High Tech Meets High Touch for Individuals with Rare Disorders
What You Should Know: – Humana Healthy Horizons™ in Kentucky announced it has selected Vida Health’s virtual diabetes management program to serve Kentucky’s Medicaid population. – Vida’s diabetes management program achieves lasting results for participants. Because chronic conditions like diabetes, obesity, and hypertension often occur simultaneously,… Read More »Humana Taps Vida Health to Power Virtual Diabetes Management for Kentucky’s Medicaid Population
What You Should Know: – The digital diabetes market is on track to reach $1.5 billion dollars by 2024, according to a new report by Research2Guidance. – The confident growth of digital diabetes care will be driven by the growth of the global addressable market for digital… Read More »Digital Diabetes Market to Reach $1.5B by 2024, Research Finds
What You Should Know: – Cerner Corporation today announced with Xealth new centralized digital ordering and monitoring for health systems, starting with Banner Health, to foster digital innovation. – Health systems can prescribe digital therapeutics, smartphones, and internet apps directly within the EHR to address… Read More »Cerner, Banner Health, Xealth Partner to Simplify How Clinicians Prescribe Digital Health
What You Should Know: – Elation Health, which provides an easy-to-use and affordable clinical technology platform for more than 7 million independent primary care clinicians serving 14M+ patients – including an EHR raises $40M in Series C funding from Al Gore’s sustainable investment firm, Generation… Read More »Elation Health Nabs $40M for Clinical-First Solution to Power Independent Primary Care
Eli Lilly’s decision to throw large amounts of research dollars at its next-generation diabetes drug tirzepatide could be vindicated, according to its first phase 3 trial readout. Results from the phase 3 SURPASS trial showed tirzepatide led to a reduction in both blood sugar and… Read More »Lilly surges on positive phase 3 readout from diabetes contender
A daily half-cup of cooked rice may carry a hundred times the acceptable cancer risk of arsenic. What about seaweed from the coast of Maine? “At one point during the reign of King Cotton, farmers in the south central United States controlled boll weevils with… Read More »Cancer Risk from Arsenic in Rice and Seaweed
What You Should Know: – Highmark, one of the largest Blues plans, has chosen Lark Health for its chronic disease prevention and management platform. – Members will have access to Lark’s 24/7 AI-based coaching and programs to manage diabetes, hypertension, and prevent chronic conditions. Highmark… Read More »Highmark Taps Lark Health for AI-Driven Chronic Disease Management/Prevention
The expanded partnership increases the number of Highmark health plan members eligible for enrollment in Lark Health’s AI-driven health coaching programs aimed at managing and preventing chronic diseases.
Shots: Abbott’s next-generation, sensor-based glucose monitoring technology, FreeStyle Libre 2, received Health Canada’s approval for adults & children with diabetes The system continuously measures glucose data every minute with customizable, optional real-time alarms to alert users when their glucose is high/low without scanning The technology… Read More »Abbott’s FreeStyle Libre 2 Receives Health Canada’s Approval for Adults and Children with Diabetes
Providing care for chronic disease patients during a one-in-a-century pandemic is full of challenges, but health systems like Jefferson Health are finding ways — with help from technology — to make sure their patients are getting the care they need.
Even at low-level exposure, arsenic is not just a class I carcinogen, but may also impair our immune function and increase our risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. When people hear about arsenic, they think of it as an acute poison, and, indeed, a tiny… Read More »The Effects of Too Much Arsenic in the Diet
The public health crisis has undermined the economy and made people with chronic conditions more vulnerable and stressed. A validated program that can effectively help people manage their disease is invaluable, especially at a time when in-person physician visits are unavailable.
First results of the DiabetRisk study – Over 8% of patients identified with undiagnosed diabetes or pre-diabetes at dental practices The DiabetRisk study could contribute to early diagnosis of diabetes in thousands of dental patients each year – and in every country worldwide Simple screening… Read More »First results of the DiabetRisk study
Jenifer Leaf Jaeger, MD, MPH, Senior Medical Director, HealthEC Senior isolation is a health risk that affects at least a quarter of seniors over 65. It has become recognized over the past decade as a risk factor for poor aging outcomes including cognitive decline, depression,… Read More »How Care Coordination Technology Addresses Social Isolation in Seniors
Just over a year after its first phase 3 trial of its Engensis gene therapy for painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) bombed, Helixmith has started dosing patients in a new study. The South Korean biotech says the DNA plasmid-based therapy has been administered to a… Read More »Helixmith starts new trial of diabetic neuropathy gene therapy
A new post-hoc analysis from Novo Nordisk of their SUSTAIN 6 and PIONEER 6 studies into semaglutide is looking to help ‘individualise’ treatment for diabetes patients by better predicting their cardiovascular lifetime risk. We spoke to lead study investigator, Utrecht University’s Dr Jan Westerink, to… Read More »Towards a new understanding of cardiovascular risk in diabetes
What You Should Know: – Omada’s diabetes prevention program will be available to Intermountain’s at-risk patient population as part of a limited engagement in 2020 and 2021. – Omada’s diabetes prevention program is personalized to meet each participant’s unique needs as they evolve, ranging from… Read More »Intermountain Adds Omada’s Diabetes Prevention Program to At-Risk Patients
Shots: The integration of real-time CGM data into the smart insulin pen app follows the acquisition of Companion Medical’s InPen to the Medtronic portfolio, as of Sept’2020 The integrated system provides real-time glucose readings alongside insulin dose information giving users everything they need to manage… Read More »Medtronic Launches InPen Integrated with CGM Data for People with Diabetes on MDI
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As part of our series looking at how pharma companies have adapted to the pandemic, Shannon Rush, leader of Eli Lilly & Co’s diabetes business unit in Northern Europe, tells pharmaphorum how the company is working to support diabetes care in the UK amid the… Read More »Pharma’s response to COVID: Lilly and diabetes care
Novo Nordisk has agreed to buy Emisphere Technologies for $1.8 billion, as it continues its quest to develop diabetes medicines that can be taken as pills. Copenhagen-based Novo Nordisk already markets Rybelsus (semaglutide), a version of its GLP-1 class drug that can help to control… Read More »Novo Nordisk to buy Emisphere and diabetes pill tech for $1.8bn
Matt Dickson, VP, Product, Strategy, and Communication Solutions at Stericycle COVID-19 terms such as quarantine, flatten the curve, social distance, and personal protective equipment (PPE) have dominated headlines in recent months, but what hasn’t been discussed in length are the hidden costs of COVID-19 as… Read More »4 Ways to Combat Hidden Costs Associated with Delayed Patient Care During COVID-19
Ram Sathia, VP of Intelligent Automation at PK While most of the public’s attention is focused on the horse race for an approved COVID-19 vaccine, another major hurdle lies just around the corner: the distribution of hundreds of millions of vaccine doses. In today’s highly… Read More »How RPA Can Help Get COVID-19 Vaccines to High-Risk Patients First
Lark Health, which offers AI-powered digital care platforms for chronic diseases, has raised $70 million in new funds, which it plans to use to expand its relationship with Anthem and eventually deepen partnerships with other payers and telehealth providers.
At the start of my video What Does a Low White Blood Cell Count Mean?, you can see what it looks like when you take a drop of blood, smear it between two pieces of glass, and view at it under a microscope: a whole… Read More »What White Blood Cell Count Should We Shoot for?
What You Should Know: – Doctor On Demand and CareLinx, one of the largest professional networks for in-home care, have announced a collaboration to bring in-home virtual care services to CareLinx clients. – At a time when seniors have been encouraged to stay home to… Read More »CareLinx, Doctor on Demand Partner to Bring In-Home Virtual Care to Seniors
Eric Tran, Tulane School of Medicine Donald Voltz, MD, Aultman Hospital The COVID-19 virus is ravaging the planet at a scale not seen since the infamous Spanish Flu of the early 1900s, inflicting immense devastation as the U.S. loses more than 200,000 lives and counting.… Read More »Rural Hospital Execs Can Beat COVID-19 By Shifting From Reactive to Proactive Care
What You Should Know: – Priority Health launches its virtual-first coverage option with MyPriority Telehealth PCP plans, using top platform Doctor On Demand. – Members who choose one of the MyPriority Telehealth PCP plans will have a doctor assigned as their primary care physician (PCP)… Read More »Priority Health Launches Telehealth PCP Plans for Members in Michigan
What You Should Know: – FDA awards AppliedVR Breakthrough Device designation for treating treatment-resistant fibromyalgia and chronic intractable lower back pain – AppliedVR’s EaseVRx program helps patients learn self-management skills grounded in evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) principles and other behavioral methods. AppliedVR, a pioneer advancing… Read More »FDA Grants AppliedVR Breakthrough Designation for Virtual Reality Chronic Pain Treatment
What You Should Know: – Today, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina partners with Carrot Inc. and Virta Health to help address two of the largest ongoing health issues facing Americans today – smoking and type 2 diabetes. – Virta and Carrot’s programs… Read More »Blue Cross NC Launches No-Cost Virtual Programs to Quit Smoking and Reverse Diabetes
During the first presidential debate of 2020, President Donald Trump touted his efforts to curb skyrocketing drug prices and declared that insulin is now “so cheap, it’s like water.” The response on social media was swift, and divided, with some people sharing pharmacy… Read More »Progressive Group Highlights Trump, Tillis Weakness on Insulin Price Tags
Shots: The companies will partner to promote Lyumjev (insulin lispro-aabc injection, 100 & 200 units/mL) with Dexcom G6 CGM to aid HCPs in the US for the management of diabetes, including giving visibility to the benefits of a new mealtime insulin HCPs treating T1D &… Read More »Eli Lilly Collaborates with Dexcom for Diabetes Management
What You Should Know: – Virta is expanding its suite of treatment options to include prediabetes reversal, obesity reversal, and type 2 diabetes management. – By making this crucial expansion, Virta can scale its treatment to support the tens of millions of additional patients with… Read More »Virta Expands Offerings to Treat New Group of Chronic Illnesses
DENVER — D.j. Mattern had her Type 1 diabetes under control until COVID’s economic upheaval cost her husband his hotel maintenance job and their health coverage. The 42-year-old Denver woman suddenly faced insulin’s exorbitant list price — anywhere from $125 to $450 per vial —… Read More »Not Pandemic-Proof: Insulin Copay Caps Fall Short, Fueling Underground Exchanges
What You Should Know: – NIH awards funding for Rare and Atypical Diabetes Network, or RADIANT that will seek to discover the cause of several unusual forms of diabetes. – RADIANT plans to screen about 2,000 people with unknown or atypical forms of diabetes that… Read More »NIH Funds First Nationwide Rare and Atypical Diabetes Network
Andy Aroditis, CEO, NextGate The COVID-19 pandemic is not just a medical crisis. Since the highly contagious disease hit American shores in early 2020, the virus has dramatically changed all sectors of society, negatively impacting everything from food supply chains and sporting events to the… Read More »Accounting for the Social Determinants of Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
When food production technology made it possible, wheat flour processors started to eliminate the tough exterior (bran) and nutrient-rich core (germ) of the kernel to get at the large, starchy part (the endosperm) only. The bread produced from this process is white and fluffy, and… Read More »Why Hasn’t A More Holistic Approach to Patient Care Become The Norm?
Conversations and healthy debate about issues facing our industry and the health care system are critical to addressing some of today’s challenges and opportunities. The Catalyst welcomes guest contributors, including patients, stakeholders, innovators and others, to share their perspectives and point of view. Today, we… Read More »Sharing rebates can improve access to medicines and increase health equity
What You Should Know: – Validic launches the newest version of its remote patient monitoring (RPM) offerings, Validic Impact: Rapid Deployment. – This new standalone version of Validic Impact requires no EHR integration and can be used as a fully standalone solution. Validic, a Durham,… Read More »Validic Launches New Remote Patient Monitoring Solution, Requires No EHR Integration
Dr. Kayur Patel, Chief Medical Officer of Proactive MD The impact of the coronavirus crisis is shining a bright light on many of the challenges facing the U.S. healthcare system. So much more than a lack of primary care physicians and hospital beds, the all-hands-on-deck… Read More »The Coronavirus Crisis’ Silent Death Toll: Chronically Ill Patients
UK digital health company Sensyne Health has launched a new smartphone app to help people across the diabetes spectrum manage their condition. The app – called DBm-Health – can help users to monitor their blood glucose levels and send readings, notes and medication information to… Read More »Sensyne Health launches diabetes app in the UK
Dr. Donald Brown, CEO and founder of LifeOmic The coronavirus pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, from how we work to how we get our health care. The crisis has put the creativity of many small businesses to the test after being forced… Read More »4 Ways Businesses Will Adapt Their Healthcare Landscape
What You Should Know: – Today, Medtronic announced that it will acquire Companion Medical, the manufacturer of InPen, a smart insulin pen system paired with an integrated diabetes management app. – The addition of Companion’s InPen system builds upon Medtronic’s strategic acquisitions of Nutrino and Klue to further… Read More »Medtronic Acquires Smart Insulin Pen Company Companion Medical
What You Should Know: – DreaMed Diabetes, the developer of personalized, AI-based diabetes management solutions, will participate in a clinical study, led by Jaeb Center for Health Research Foundation, to evaluate the efficacy of virtual treatment for diabetes patients. The research is funded by a… Read More »$5M Research Grant Launches to Evaluate Efficacy of Virtual Diabetes Care
Denmark’s Novo Nordisk has beaten profit forecasts in the second quarter after overcoming tough conditions in the diabetes market by improving its productivity. Novo said that COVID-19 has begun to affect sales, with fewer new starts as a result of social distancing measures. The company’s… Read More »Novo Nordisk beats Q2 profit forecasts by cutting costs
What You Should Know: – Innovaccer has recently partnered with CareSignal to address healthcare’s urgent need amidst the COVID-19 pandemic: to create and maintain solid, clinically actionable relationships with patients in a new set of predominantly virtual care. – CareSignal offers evidence-based end-to-end support services… Read More »Innovaccer, CareSignal Partner to Enable Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring
– Lemonaid Health, a direct to consumer telehealth company raises $33M in Series B funding to expand the company’s medical team and number of services being offered to patients. – To date, the company has treated more than a million patients online for a variety… Read More »Lemonaid Health Raises $33M to Expand On-Demand Consumer Telehealth Platform
Abhinav Shashank, CEO and Co-founder of Innovaccer Inc. COVID-19 has presented healthcare with a challenge like no other, with nearly nine million cases all over the world and over 470,000 lives lost. The speed of the outbreak and the disruption caused by it has created unforeseen… Read More »The Adoption of Telehealth During the Pandemic will Shape Healthcare’s New Normal
Eli Lilly Reports Results of Jardiance (empagliflozin) in P-III EMPEROR Trial for Heart Failure Patients with Reduced Ejection Fraction with and without Diabetes
Shots: The P-III EMPEROR Trial involves assessing of Jardiance (10 mg) vs PBO in two studies EMPEROR-Reduced [NCT03057977, N=3,730] & EMPEROR-Preserved [NCT03057951, N=5,990] in patients with HFrEF & HFpEF respectively The EMPEROR-Reduced study meets its 1EPs in reducing the risk for the composite of cardiovascular… Read More »Eli Lilly Reports Results of Jardiance (empagliflozin) in P-III EMPEROR Trial for Heart Failure Patients with Reduced Ejection Fraction with and without Diabetes
Physical fitness authorities seem to have fallen into the same trap as the nutrition authorities, recommending what they think may be achievable, rather than simply informing us of what the science says and letting us make up our own minds. Researchers who accept grants from… Read More »What Exercise Authorities Don’t Tell You About Optimal Duration
Medical device company Indigo Diabetes has raised 38 million euros to develop an “invisible” sensor for people with diabetes, which could provide an alternative to the “patch” based monitors currently on the market. The new investment round will enable Indigo to prepare and start up the… Read More »Indigo raises 38 million euros for ‘invisible’ diabetes glucose sensor
AstraZeneca’s Farxiga could be on course for another use, after trial results showed it slowed the worsening of renal function and cut the risk of death in patients with chronic kidney disease with and without type 2 diabetes. Farxiga (dapagliflozin), an oral once-daily sodium-glucose co-transporter-2… Read More »Trial shows AZ’s Farxiga slows onset of chronic kidney disease and cuts mortality
What You Should Know: – Current Health has partnered with Dexcom to add continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) capabilities to its remote patient monitoring (RPM) platform – enhancing care and improving outcomes for diabetics. – Dexcom CGM data will transmit directly into the Current Health wearable… Read More »Current Health, Dexcom Partner to Deliver Continuous, Remote Glucose Monitoring
What You Should Know: – GoodRx today announced it has expanded the reach of HeyDoctor by GoodRx and it is now available across all 50 states and Washington D.C. – HeyDoctor provides affordable access to online medical visits from US-licensed providers to treat a wide… Read More »GoodRx Expands Telehealth Service Nationwide Across All 50 States
Biocon has announced a deal with digital therapy specialist Voluntis, aiming to create personalised care for people with type 2 diabetes taking biosimilar insulins. The licensing agreement will allow Biocon to offer patients taking insulin an FDA-approved app called Insulia that provides automated insulin dose… Read More »Biocon annouces digital diabetes tie-up with Voluntis
DarioHealth, Williams Medical Partner to Expand Digital Therapeutics Platform Across the UK and Ireland
What You Should Know: – Dario Health enters strategic partnership with Williams Medical marking its expansion into the UK remote patient monitoring market across the UK and Ireland. – Williams Medical is the leading provider of medical goods and services to primary care in the… Read More »DarioHealth, Williams Medical Partner to Expand Digital Therapeutics Platform Across the UK and Ireland
Whole plant sources of sugar and fat can ameliorate some of the postprandial (after meal) inflammation caused by the consumption of refined carbohydrates and meat. Studies have shown how adding even steamed skinless chicken breast can exacerbate the insulin spike from white rice, but fish… Read More »What Happens if You Have Red Wine or Avocados with a Meal?
What You Should Know: – CVS introduced Spoken Rx™, a new feature of the CVS Pharmacy app that can read important prescription information out loud. It is vitally important for patient safety and adherence that prescription labels are clear and visible, but for patients with visual impairments… Read More »New CVS Pharmacy App Feature Can Read Prescription Labels Out Loud for Visually Impaired
What You Should Know: – Philips integrates the BioIntelliSense FDA-cleared BioSticker™ sensor as part of its remote patient monitoring solutions for patients outside the hospital. – Multi-parameter sensors aid monitoring across multiple chronic conditions with medical-grade vital signs for physicians to remotely track core symptoms,… Read More »Philips and BioIntelliSense Integrate to Enhance Remote Patient Monitoring
Do BPA-free plastics such as Tritan, have human hormone-disrupting effects? And what about BPS and BPF? Recent human studies indicate that exposure to the plastics chemical BPA may be associated with infertility, miscarriage, premature delivery, reduced male sexual function, polycystic ovaries, altered thyroid and immune… Read More »Are the BPA-Free Plastics Like Tritan Safe?
Cutting two teaspoons of salt’s worth of sodium from one’s daily diet can significantly improve lung function in asthmatics In the 1960s and 1970s, a mystery was emerging. Why were childhood asthma rates between 2 to 5 percent in the developed world but as low… Read More »One Way to Treat Asthma and Autoimmune Diseases with Diet
What’s more important: probiotics or prebiotics? And where can we best get them? “Virtually every day we are all confronted with the activity of our intestine, and it is no surprise that at least some of us have developed a fascination for our intestinal condition… Read More »How to Foster a Healthy Gut Flora
The compelling finding of Mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis (MAP) circulating disproportionately within the bloodstream of type 1 diabetics was subsequently confirmed by culturing it straight out of their blood. MAP infection and type 1 diabetes appear to go together, but we didn’t know which came first.… Read More »How to Prevent the Infection that May Trigger Type 1 Diabetes
Type 1 diabetes “arises following the autoimmune destruction of the insulin-producing pancreatic β [beta] cells…[and] is most often diagnosed in children and adolescents, usually presenting with a classic trio of symptoms” as their blood sugars spike: excessive thirst, hunger, and urination. They need to go… Read More »The Role of Meat and Dairy in Triggering Type 1 Diabetes