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10:35

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Lions support group takes to the streets for World Diabetes Day

Rachel Haynes

Cala de Mijas on Wednesday, coinciding with World Diabetes Day. GLUCOSE TESTING u50 Plus Expo. The Lions will have an information table at the 50 Plus Expo in the Hotel IPV Palace & Spa, Fuengirola, between 2pm and 7pm on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 ... the town hall building that morning. Anne explained that anyone whose glucose level was found to be high was given a slip with the reading and advised to go and see their GP for further tests. Visitors to the diabetes table in La Cala on Wednesday, ... Pueblo on Thursday. The Diabetic Support Group will also be offering free glucose testing at this weekend's 50 Plus Expo in the Hotel IPV Palace & Spa (former Beatriz Palace) in Fuengirola. Fun run On Sunday the diabetes awareness events culminate

11:14

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Research projects and clinical testing

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The incidence of diabetes is continually increasing and it is fast becoming a worldwide epidemic. To combat it, research is vital and at present the Andalusian health service is carrying out 43 different research projects. There are also 87 ... Citation Reports relating to diabetes. Thanks to the focus on diabetes in Andalucía, the mortality rate for this illness has progressively dropped and is now below the national level. There have also been fewer hospital admissions for diabetes and its

11:06

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Chronobiology: how meal times can affect body weight

AMIL LÓPEZ VIÉITEZ

...that this methylation is reversible if you change your eating habits and you can lose kilos until you reach a healthy weight. Chronodisruption is an alteration of the circadian rhythms which favour obesity and diabetes. It occurs frequently with age,

13:24

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Researchers in Malaga take part in testing a vaccine for Type One diabetes

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Professionals from the diabetes unit at the Malaga Regional Hospital (based in the Hospital Civil) are taking part in a European multicentric study which is being developed in Spain, the Czech Republic and Sweden, to study the effectiveness of a ... vaccine against Type 1 diabetes in children and young people (aged between 14 and 24) who have been diagnosed in the past six months. The objective of the tests, known as the Diagnode-2 clinical trial, is to verify the effects of the new treatment ... (Diamyd) on the patients and see whether or not the pancreas continues to produce insulin. In Malaga, the chief researcher on the project is also the head of the diabetes unit in the Endocrinology and Nutrition department at the Regional Hospital,

14:24

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New device means diabetic patients no longer have to keep checking sugar levels

Ángel Escalera

People with Type 1 diabetes have to prick their finger up to eight times a day to check their blood sugar levels. To make life easier for them, the regional government's ministry of Health has decided to provide them with the flash glucose ... monitoring system, which until now has only been provided for children with Type 1 diabetes. The device is implanted in the skin of the arm and shows the blood glucose level, without the need to check by pricking a finger. Having seen the good results of ... the flash system in children and teenagers, the ministry has decided to extend it to adults in Andalucía with Type 1 diabetes; this is about 30,000 people, of whom around 6,000 are in Malaga province. Research projects and clinical testing

11:09

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"Obesity is the biggest public health problem in the Western world"

Ángel Escalera

...stop them increasing. The Junta and Andalusian basketball federation join forces against child obesity Excess weight can cause illnesses like diabetes, cardiovascular problems, sleep apnea and joint problems, among others which negatively affect ... fast food or junk food. Dr Tinahones stresses the importance of taking physical exercise, even if it doesn't result in weight loss, because it improves complications which derive from obesity and reduces the risk of suffering from diabetes. When it

11:59

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Diabetes support group prepares for World Diabetes Day on Costa

MINDY BURROWS

World Diabetes Day will be celebrated on 14 November. The Diabetic Support Group, which is part of English-speaking club La Cala de Mijas Lions, will be offering free glucose tests in various points around Malaga to mark the occasion. The group ... needed a place to talk about diabetes with other sufferers in a friendly atmosphere. Since then the group has been helping foreign residents in Spain get information about the condition. The group hold regular education meetings in Fuengirola, but they ... is why the support group offers this service. It is believed that over 175 million people in the world are living with undiagnosed diabetes, which can be passed on genetically, developed through infections, or caused by the raised glucose levels

17:05

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“Our research opens the door to hope for a cure for Type 1 diabetes”

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Researchers at the Andalusian Centre of Molecular Biology and Regenerative Medicine have opened a door of hope for a cure for Type 1 diabetes. Javier Bermúdez, an endocrinologist at the Carlos Haya hospital in Malaga and a member of the Biometric ... Research Institute of Malaga (Ibima), was one of them. The study has discovered a molecule with a high therapeutic potential to combat Type 1 diabetes, a condition from which around 800,000 people in Andalucía suffer. What is the most outstanding aspect ... years. From the results obtained so far, could this drug lead to a cure for Type 1 diabetes? In the experiments on mice, it gave the impression that the regenerative effect of the cells could potentially lead to a cure. But of course it remains to be

11:32

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Learning how to live with diabetes

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San Pedro health centre has helped improve the lives of over 200 people with diabetes since 2010 in their specialist school. The Escuela de Pacientes de Diabetes at the centre aims to encourage learning and education about how to improve the ... lives of those living with diabetes. This is a vital step towards making diabetes sufferers independent and completely in control of their own care.