Study examines if an outpatient, nonsurgical endoscopic procedure can help patients stabilize blood glucose levels without the need for medication or insulin.
The risk of liver damage is highest for people who are obese or have diabetes, a Keck School of Medicine of USC study found.
New research from the Keck School of Medicine of USC reveals mind-body practices are highly effective at reducing blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes.
The newest design allows patients to put on or remove the boot whenever they wish, gives feedback about their activity level and sends data directly to the care team.
The Southern California Center for Chronic Health Disparities in Latino Families and Children will focus on reversing obesity and obesity-related chronic diseases in Latinos with culturally sensitive solutions.
Study by Keck School researchers finds link between “forever chemicals” and changes in glucose metabolism.
By including multi-ethnic participants, a largescale genetic study has identified more regions of the genome linked to type 2 diabetes-related traits than if the research had been conducted in Europeans alone.
Despite insulin’s importance to these patients, increases in out-of-pocket spending were associated with reduced drug adherence, USC research finds.
Results likely apply to all East Asian carriers, but exercise may eliminate greater likelihood of getting the disease, say USC researchers.
A USC children’s health expert offers practical solutions to cure our sweet tooth.