T2D news & developments – Week 27

John MillmoundGenetics, News, Treatment, Uncategorized

This piece of news published last week, covers a topic of which I decided to write more extensively in the future. If the two currently defined types diabetes could be classified into more distinct profiles, a new study might be on the right track of doing so. Based on different health factors, researchers were able to identify 5 types of predictable … Read More

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T2D news & developments – Week 26

John Millmoundhypoglycaemia, Monitoring, News

This is an overdue post about last weeks developments. I got a news tip from t2d blogger Bob Fenton about a study [1][2] concerning exhaled breath, dogs, and low blood sugar. More specifically, it was a study on the chemical isoprene as a indicator of hypoglycemia. The researchers believe that it is the levels of isoprene in human breath from … Read More

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