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Artificial pancreas system improves blood sugar control, reduces hypo risk
Using a closed-loop artificial pancreas system leads to improved blood glucose control and reduced hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), new research shows.

Weight gain from childhood to adulthood could impact type 2 diabetes risk
The rate of weight gain from childhood to adulthood could impact type 2 diabetes risk differently to having high body mass index (BMI) throughout life, research suggests.

Immune system discovery could help researchers further understand type 1 diabetes
A key discovery about the immune system could help scientists understand more about how type 1 diabetes develops. Because type 1 diabetes is caused when T cells (immune cells) attack insulin-producing cells, research is investigating the process behind this

Sweet discovery by researchers in bid to prevent type 2 diabetes
Insulin sensitivity was improved and glucose was prevented from entering into the liver by a natural sugar in tests on mice

Monitoring gut changes could help delay type 1 diabetes
Knowing more about how the gut works could help delay type 1 diabetes from developing, researchers have said.

New diagnosis test could prevent misdiagnoses of type 1 and type 2 diabetes
A major research breakthrough could help put an end to misdiagnosing type 1 diabetes as type 2 diabetes

Newcastle research shows insulin producing ability can improve in type 2 diabetes
Professor Roy Taylor's research team at Newcastle University have shown that insulin producing ability can be recovered in people with type 2 diabetes after diagnosis, allowing remission to occur.

High carbohydrate foods lead to high sugar levels even in people without diabetes
People without diabetes or prediabetes get high sugar levels in response to common high carbohydrate foods such as breakfast cereal, a new study reports.

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