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#Diabetes

# diabetes - Thursday 18 August, 2011

Ireland faces diabetes epidemic

Thousands of Irish people are suffering from undiagnosed diabetes, according to the results of a VHI Healthcare screening project.

# diabetes - Tuesday 16 August, 2011

Every hour of TV shortens your life by 22 minutes - study

That’s the word from the University of Queensland. Just think how much life you’ve lost to all those Friends re-runs…

# diabetes - Sunday 26 June, 2011

'Urgent need' for action as diabetes rate doubles in 30 years

The increase has been blamed on longer life-expectancy and western-style diets spreading across the world.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

In your 9 at 9: Minister in sack threat; the universal social charge is here to stay; the end of LulzSec; the senator and the passport row; and the world’s ugliest dog.

# diabetes - Friday 24 June, 2011

Low-cal diet can 'defeat diabetes'

A short-term clinical trial funded by Diabetes UK showed that diabetes “can be reversed” using a low-calorie diet.

# diabetes - Monday 31 January, 2011

Artificial pancreas may help control Type 1 diabetes in pregnancy

Medical study suggests new advance to protect women with Type 1 diabetes – and their babies – who can be at risk because of the condition.

# diabetes - Wednesday 27 October, 2010

GSK agrees €542m settlement over 'defective' drugs

Action over mislabelled diabetes and antidepressant drugs results in a massive settlement in the US.

# diabetes - Thursday 23 September, 2010

Diabetes drug withdrawn over heart safety fears

The medication has been taken off the market after European Medicines Agency ruled that the risks outweigh the benefits.