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No link between CPAP and glycemic control, study says


MELBOURNE, Australia – CPAP therapy may not improve glycemic control for people with Type 2 diabetes and obstructive sleep apnea after all, according to a new study in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.

Study: Disconnect on diabetes awareness


BETHESDA, Md. – More than half of the U.S. public doesn’t know that diabetes can cause other major health issues, according to a new survey.

Study highlights clinical, economic benefits of CPAP therapy


SAN DIEGO – CPAP therapy lowers blood pressure in obstructive sleep apnea patients with Type 2 diabetes and helps to control their diabetes, according to a new study sponsored by ResMed. What’s more: it’s cost effective.

Study finds correlation between sugar, diabetes


STANFORD, Calif. – A study by researchers at Stanford University has found that sugar may have a direct, independent link to Type 2 diabetes, according to an article from United Press International. Conducted by lead author Dr.

Chicken, egg or CPAP? You be the judge.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Lose weight! Prevent diabetes! Improve your sex life! Stave off depression! Is it a miracle drug? The fountain of youth? Not quite. It's the humble CPAP.

Medical profession skeptical about Walgreens plan

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Well now I'm thoroughly confused. I just read an article about how a new program at Walgreens that would offer face-to-face consulting services for Type 2 diabetes patients is being panned.