Diabetes Exercise Always Works

diabetes exercise works
When I say diabetes exercise works, I mean exercise is king if you have any type of diabetes. I’m a type 1 diabetic using an insulin pump for my treatment. When I hit the gym first thing in the morning and workout, it makes me...
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Vascularized Islets Treat T1 Diabetes

vascularized islets
Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh, Swanson School of Engineering are conducting a study using vascularized islets derived from human stem cells in the lab to treat type 1 diabetes. Once the blood vessels grow into the islets and are rich in oxygen they will...
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Stem Cells May Cure T1D

Stem cells inside PEC-Direct
Medical device company Viacyte has developed a device called PEC-Direct that can protect stem cells to be able to live inside the body, produce insulin as needed and possibly cure type 1 diabetes (T1D). The stem cells are placed into PEC-Direct and take three months to...
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Neo-Islets Possible T1D Cure

Neo-Islets
Scientists at SymbioCellTech (SCT) have developed a technology called Neo-Islets for possible type 1 diabetes (T1D) cure. It combines Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) with culture-expanded pancreatic islet cells to form three-dimensional cellular clusters. The technique was used in mice, all treated mice demonstrated normal blood glucose...
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What’s your blood sugar today?

I had the opportunity to work overnight last night so my blood sugar wasn’t exactly going to be a great morning number, at least I thought so. I was pleasantly surprised that my blood glucose was 105 mg/dl at around 7am and that’s with snacking...
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