At the end of 2019, a novel coronavirus (a specific virus that causes human and animal disease) was identified as the cause of pneumonia cases in Wuhan, a city in the Hubei Province of China. It rapidly spread thereafter, resulting in an epidemic throughout China, with quick spread globally, affecting now nearly every continent. Understanding of this novel coronavirus is still evolving.
Over 500,000 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in South Africa. Calming the fears of the diabetes community with simple, practical information has been a priority.
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In Bangladesh, the number of COVID-19 cases is increasing rapidly in a population with a high prevalence of diabetes.
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The International Diabetes Federation is highlighting three major concerns for people living with diabetes during the COVID-19 crisis.
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People living with diabetes reflect on how they've adapted to the changing circumstances of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Information provided by The Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes. For more information, visit BarbaraDavisCenter.org and click the “Important Information” alert at the top of the page. With the rising number of coronavirus/COVID-19 cases in Colorado and Wyoming, we understand that patients with diabetes and their families will have special concerns about how this may impact...
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It’s been around the news: COVID-19 might trigger diabetes, at least in some people. That’s what several JDRF-funded scientists posit. But let’s look at the evidence.
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The CDC has determined that COVID-19 is a serious public health threat—and older adults and people with serious chronic medical conditions, including diabetes, are at a higher risk of experiencing complications and getting very sick from it.