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BREAKING NEWS: Can health care systems motivate patients to improve their health? A large national study says "yes." Anna Baker reports from Chicago.
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For obese people with type 2 diabetes, a long-term intensive lifestyle intervention program, focused on weight loss, can help in countless ways. However, results from a recent clinical trial reveal that such intervention does not reduce the risk for heart attacks or strokes any more than diabetes support and education. Anna Baker reports from Chicago.
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BREAKING NEWS: Study reports near-normal glucose levels lead to large reductions in kidney, heart, severe eye diseases and stroke. Anna Baker reports from Chicago.
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Learn about the role of the brain in regulating metabolism, plus how binge drinking may impact insulin resistance, leading to type 2 diabetes. From Chicago, Anna Baker interviews Christoph Buettner, MD, PhD, of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Dr. Buettner is a recipient of an American Diabetes Association career development research grant.
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Anna Baker interviews Lurelean B. Gaines, RN, MSN, President for Health Care & Education for the American Diabetes Association, at the Association's 73rd Scientific Sessions in Chicago.
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Anna Baker interviews John E. Anderson, MD, President for Medicine & Science for the American Diabetes Association, at the Association's 73rd Scientific Sessions in Chicago.
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Anna Baker interviews Robert E. Ratner, MD, Chief Scientific and Medical Officer, and Jane Chiang, MD, Senior Vice President, Medical Affairs and Community Information, at the American Diabetes Association's 73rd Scientific Sessions in Chicago.
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Anna Baker interviews American Diabetes Association CEO Larry Hausner, MBA, at the Association's 73rd Scientific Sessions in Chicago. Find out what he's most looking forward to at this year's meeting, as well as some of the recent highlights from the Stop Diabetes movement.
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BREAKING NEWS: Study shows that exercise creates "good fat" that improves metabolism. Anna Baker reports from Chicago.
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BREAKING NEWS: When does type 1 diabetes begin to develop? Research reveals how to identify those at highest risk. Anna Baker reports from Chicago.
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BREAKING NEWS: Researchers report on a "smart" device that reduces low blood glucose levels overnight, and is undergoing FDA review. Anna Baker reports from Chicago.