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Growing research suggests that Ozempic and similar medications may help treat heart disease, sleep apnea, kidney disease, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), substance use disorder and other conditions, but there is still much to be learned.
This recently FDA-approved sugar substitute boasts a lot of positives. But before adding it to your coffee, it’s important to get the whole picture.
Thanks to accelerating advances in genetic studies, there’s more hope than ever before for treating eye disease. However early diagnosis is key.
Whether checking your blood glucose levels, counting carbohydrates or going to medical appointments – managing diabetes can be hard work.
Gestational diabetes affects up to 10 percent of pregnant women. While it can’t be prevented, it can be controlled to keep both mom and baby healthy.
The heart and kidneys share a special, life-sustaining connection, so that what’s good or bad for one is generally good or bad for the other.
Brandon West was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 11. Ten years later, he credits his UH Rainbow providers with giving him the care to help him thrive.
A groundbreaking diabetes study coordinated by UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital celebrates 40 years of impact around the world. Learn more.