Glooko study sheds light on use of CGM data among diabetes healthcare professionals

Glooko, the leader in diabetes data management, today announced the results of its recent study which examined diabetes healthcare professionals’ use of CGM data. The study asked 38 diabetes healthcare professionals (29 endocrinologists; nine diabetes educators) to assess CGM data from 10 people with type 1 diabetes within the Glooko platform. The diabetes healthcare professionals […]

Arsenic and Rice: What You Need to Know

FRIDAY, May 11, 2018 — There’s a danger lurking in rice and you won’t find it by reading labels. It’s the chemical arsenic. And the threat isn’t about immediate poisoning but rather that long-term exposure to small amounts can increase the risk of bladder, lung and skin cancer, heart disease and diabetes. Arsenic naturally finds […]

Early time-restricted feeding improves blood sugar control and blood pressure, study shows

A new pilot study conducted by UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences Assistant Professor Courtney Peterson, Ph.D., shows that eating early in the daytime and fasting for the rest of the day improves blood sugar control, blood pressure and oxidative stress, even when people don’t change what they eat. “We know intermittent fasting improves metabolism and […]