diabetes

Ozempic: this is the medicine against diabetes that is used as a slimming agent and is sold out in pharmacies

Ozempic: this is the medicine against diabetes that is used as a slimming agent and is sold out in pharmacies

Patients with type 2 diabetes who are being treated with GLP-1 analog drugs, which are administered with a pre-filled pen, are undergoing a pilgrimage through pharmacies to try to get their hands on their treatment. These drugs are out of stock due to the great demand that has been registered in recent months, since it …

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Cristina Herráez

Pharmacists call for “sanity” in the face of problems with Ozempic, the diabetes injections used to lose weight

“A medicine against extra kilos”. “The miracle that many were waiting for and that is now a reality: Ozempic”. Nothing is that simple. Everything is much more complex, but these are the messages that circulate on social networks and that They attribute to this treatment the evident weight loss of certain celebrities such as Kim …

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Successful trial of an artificial pancreas for patients with type 2 diabetes

Successful trial of an artificial pancreas for patients with type 2 diabetes

An artificial pancreas, formed by an algorithm-driven device, for people with type 2 diabetes doubled the time spent in a target glucose range and halved the time at high levels, compared to standard treatment. Some 415 million people suffer from type 2 diabetes in the world, which represents an annual health expenditure of 760,000 million …

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In three decades, the incidence of type 2 diabetes has skyrocketed by nearly 60%.

In three decades, the incidence of type 2 diabetes has skyrocketed by nearly 60%.

Reference image. People between the ages of 15 and 39 should be less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, which is why they were chosen for the study. Photo: Getty Images Diabetes is one of the most recurring diseases in the world population. This was confirmed by research published by The British Medical Journal in …

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