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  1. FILE PHOTO: Roche tablets are seen positioned in front of a displayed Roche logo in this photo illu

    Roche sues US executives in fight over diabetes test strips

    Roche is seeking tens of millions of dollars in damages and compensation in a U.S. lawsuit against former executives of a Utah-based company, the ...
  2. The logo of Danish multinational pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk is pictured on the facade of a

    Novo Nordisk submits diabetes pill for US approval

    Novo Nordisk has submitted its oral semaglutide drug, a pill it hopes will transform the diabetes market, for U.S. approval.
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    Diabetics more likely to report back pain

  4. A couple wears a protective mask to fight smog in Beijing last year. A new study says exposure to

    Air pollution raises diabetes risk in China: Study

    Long-term exposure to harmful smog particles increases the risk of diabetes, a new study in China has shown, providing evidence for a link between ...
  5. Cans of soda are displayed at Kwik Stops Liquor in San Diego

    Sugary drink tax tied to drop in soda consumption

    People in Berkeley, California, dramatically cut their soda consumption after the city implemented a "soda tax," a new study suggests.
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    Diabetes tied to risk for more advanced, aggressive breast cancer

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    Diabetes does not appear to affect children's test scores: Study

  8. FILE PHOTO: A person receives a test for diabetes during Care Harbor LA free medical clinic in Los

    Experimental phone app works with insulin pumps to control diabetes

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    Commentary: Want to fight the sugar problem? Start counting calories

    It’s easier to cut down on our sugar intake if we know how many calories each beverage we intend to consume has, says weight loss author Ian Tan.
  10. FILE PHOTO: A paramedic checks the blood sugar level of a patient at SS Diabetes Care clinic in Jak

    Soluble fibre may improve diabetes control: Study