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Dr Sudesh Kumar looks at the relationship between obesity and diabetes and how researchers are helping doctors better diagnose and treat both conditions.
REDEFINING DIABETES MANAGEMENT: FIRST FDA-APPROVED INHALED INSULIN, EXUBERAÂ® (insulin human [rDNA origin]) Inhalation Powder, REDUCES BARRIERS FOR DIABETES PATIENTS TO ACHIEVE GOOD BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL CONTROL
Diabetes is a growing health crisis, affecting nearly 21 million Americans. Most have type 2 diabetes â a progressive disease â and ultimately many will require insulin therapy. Despite the availability of insulin, a proven and effective treatment for diabetes, average blood sugar levels have continued to rise over the last 10 years. Approximately two out of three people with type 2 diabetes have uncontrolled blood sugar levels even if they are currently on treatment. Many patients are reluctant to start or increase insulin treatment because of injections. Some delay insulin use for as long as 10 years.
For the first time, there is now an insulin that does not need to be injected. EXUBERA, the first and only FDA-approved inhaled insulin, is now available in pharmacies to help treat adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Taking EXUBERA doesn't require needles.
The American Diabetes Association’s American Diabetes Alert® is a one-day, "wake-up" call to inform the public about the seriousness of diabetes, particularly when diabetes is left undiagnosed or untreated. American Diabetes Alert® Day encourages those at risk for developing type 2 diabetes to take the American Diabetes Risk Test and, if they score high, to schedule an appointment to see their doctor. The risk test, in English or Spanish, is available in brochure form by calling the Association toll-free at 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383) or by visiting www.diabetes****/risk-test.
* Nearly 21 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes – and one third of them are unaware they have the disease.
* Another 54 million Americans have pre-diabetes, a condition that puts them at serious risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
* Among the primary risk factors for type 2 diabetes are being overweight, sedentary, over the age of 45 and having a family history of diabetes. African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are at an increased risk, as are women who have had babies weighing more than nine pounds at birth.
* Unfortunately, people with type 2 diabetes can live for years without realizing that they have the disease. While people with diabetes can exhibit noticeable symptoms, such as frequent urination, blurred vision and excessive thirst, most people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes do not show these overt warning signs at the time that they develop the disease.
* Often, type 2 diabetes only becomes evident when people develop one or more of its serious complications, such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye damage, and nerve damage that can lead to amputations.
* Diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death by disease and has no cure.
The American Diabetes Association is the leading non-profit health organization dedicated to preventing and curing diabetes and to improving the lives of the nearly 21 million children and adults currently living with the disease. Held on the fourth Tuesday of every March, the 19th annual American Diabetes Alert® is March 27, 2007.
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A1C is an important tool to reduce the risk of deadly complications like heart attack and stroke
The Ad Council, the nation's leading producer of public service advertisements (PSAs), the American Diabetes Association (ADA), and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International (JDRF), with the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), are launching the first ever national public education campaign geared to raise awareness of A1C, a key indicator of diabetes management. The new campaign was unveiled today by the Ad Council, ADA and JDRF.
The unprecedented collaboration will educate Americans with diabetes on the critical importance of knowing their A1C. A1C is a test that measures a patient's blood glucose level over the previous three months that might also help predict serious health complications like heart attack and stroke. People with diabetes must know their A1C level to manage diabetes, and the goal for most people with diabetes is to maintain a consistent A1C score of less than 7 percent. Unfortunately, many people do not know their A1C level. For example, a New York City Department of Health report found that in 2003 eighty-nine percent of patients with diabetes in New York City did not know their A1C level. National figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest that 63 percent of all diabetes patients have A1C levels above 7 percent.
A new analysis of data in three large national surveys finds that in the 29 years between 1971 and 2000, even though the death rate of men with diabetes has dropped significantly, in line with the overall decline of the death rate for all Americans, the death rate for women with diabetes did not decline at all.
VA new randomized control trial found that both aerobic exercise—such as jogging, cycling or walking—and resistance exercise—such as weight lifting—improved glycemic/blood sugar control in people with type 2 diabetes. However, the best results were received when patients combined the workouts. Each participant in the study, published in the journal, “Annals of Internal Medicine,” was evaluated on the changes in A1c value, a number that reflects blood sugar concentrations. A drop of 1 percent in this value is associated with a 15 to 20 percent drop in risk of heart attack or stroke and a 25-40 percent drop for risk of diabetes related eye disease or kidney disease.
VA study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine that was designed to find if a popular supplement would help reduce the risk of developing type II diabetes found the opposite. The authors found instead that people who took 200 microgram selenium supplements each day for almost eight years had an increased risk of developing the disease.
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