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Sanofi, Medtronic Join on Diabetes Drugs, Devices

French drugmaker Sanofi and U.S. medical device manufacturer Medtronic Inc. have joined in a project to develop new combinations of drugs and devices for diabetes care.

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Diabetes Rates Continue to Rise in NJ [AUDIO]

Diabetes continues to be a global problem but for the last decade, the numbers have skyrocketed

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Diabetes-Related Deaths Hit All-Time High in NYC

Health officials say diabetes-related deaths in New York City have hit a record high, though the death rate is below the national average.

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American Diabetes Association Alert Day Tomorrow [AUDIO]

What are your risk factors for type-2 diabetes? How can you prevent it? Is there anything you can do? A special nationwide initiative is taking place tomorrow around the country to spread awareness.

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FDA Panel Backs Novel J&J Diabetes Pill

A panel of federal health experts has ruled that an experimental diabetes drug from Johnson & Johnson is safe and effective, though lingering safety questions must be tracked in long-term studies.

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Does Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Drug Pose Heart Risk?

Federal drug reviewers think Johnson & Johnson's experimental diabetes drug might bring heart risks because it raised cholesterol levels in patient testing.

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Diabetes Cases Among Teens Skyrocketing, Says Study [AUDIO]

The numbers are staggering. One in four 12 to 19 year olds in the United States are on their way to developing diabetes.

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1 in 4 Teens Face Diabetes, Study Says

The number of pre-diabetic teens has skyrocketed in recent years, according to a recent study in the journal Pediatrics. Nearly one of every four 12-to 19-year-olds are on their way to developing the disorder, jumping from nine percent of the adolescent population in 2000 to 23 percent in 2008.

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