Today we uncovered new research on how one class of diabetes medications alters the brain’s response to food—possibly reducing cravings and increasing satisfaction while eating. Rhonda Anderson reports from Boston.
Are the children of obese moms pre-programmed for obesity and metabolic disease? That’s the question researchers tackled today, on the last day of our annual meeting. Rhonda Anderson reports from Boston.
Can not having enough to eat lead to poor diabetes management? It may sound counterintuitive, but researchers think the answer to that is “yes.” Rhonda Anderson reports from Boston.
ADA TV talks to spokesperson, Ryan Reed, NASCAR driver, about serving as an inspirational spokesperson for someone living with diabetes but accepting no limits. Reed tells us at ADA 2015 about his diagnosis and working with his doctors so he can continue to be one of NASCAR’s top ranked drivers. www.drivetostopdiabetes.org
ADA TV interviews Javier LaFontaine, DPM, Chair of the Sunday, June 7, 2015 symposium titled, “ABC’s of the Diabetic Foot" at ADA 2015. Dr. LaFontaine tells ADA TV the key messages attendees should take away from the session.
ADA TV interviews Matthew J. Crowley, MD at ADA 2015 about his talk and also his overall efforts with scalable telemedicine intervention for the diabetes treatment of veterans.
Robert H. Eckel, MD, talks to ADA TV at ADA 2015 about his Meet-the-Expert Session. Dr. Eckel also discusses the use of statins and other drug therapies.
Oral medications can help people with type 2 diabetes reach their blood glucose targets. But there has been a cloud of suspicion over new diabetes drugs and whether they may increase the risk for cardiovascular and other problems. Today we heard the results of studies that looked at two types of these medications. Rhonda Anderson reports from Boston.
ADA TV heads to the convention center floor to ask attendees about the basic science being presented at the 75th Anniversary of the Scientific Sessions.
ADA TV was pleased to interview Pere Puigserver, PhD, about this prestigious award as well as get an overview of his lecture, titled, “ Transcriptional Machineries that Control Glucose Homeostasis: Targets for Diabetes at the 75th ADA Scientific Sessions.
ADA TV talks to Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD at the 2015 ADA Scientific Sessions about the exciting advancements in therapeutics for diabetes as well as his main priorities.