Introduction When diabetes was first able to be properly treated, the methodology involved the diabetic being administered an injection of insulin, much as it does today. Fortunately, we no longer have to rely on dog pancreas extracts to produce our insulin, as was the ... Read more
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Feline diabetes Feline diabetes might sound scary but, with proper management, your cat can still live a long, healthy life. While caring for a cat with diabetes comes with significant emotional and financial responsibility, the extra effort is worth seeing your cat th ... Read more
High insulin levels can lead to serious complications for people with diabetes. Producing too much insulin can result in insulin resistance, which causes not only prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes but also obesity, heart attack, stroke, and cancer. To learn how to lower h ... Read more
What is Tradjenta (Linagliptin)? Tradjenta or linagliptin is an oral diabetes drug which helps to improve blood sugar levels in patients with diabetes. This medication works by regulating the amount of insulin produced by the pancreas after eating. When we eat, gl ... Read more
What is Macugen? Macugen (pegaptanib sodium injection) is a sterile solution that contains the active ingredient pegaptanib sodium. Macugen solution is supplied in a single-dose, pre-filled syringe and it is administered via intravitreous injection (into the eye). Peg ... Read more
Canine diabetes Diabetes is a common condition among humans, and while it’s not as common among dogs, canine diabetes is a possibility for your furry friend. Just like humans, dogs with diabetes can benefit from diet and lifestyle changes. However, it’s mos ... Read more