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Research: Causes and Prevention from 2007

  1. Type 2 runs in my family. I am thin and exercise quite a bit, but still have pre-diabetes. If I continue to exercise, will I be able to avoid getting full blown diabetes? (25 Dec 2007)
  2. Are there any new injections or medicines to give to newborn babies to prevent them from getting diabetes? (8 Dec 2007)
  3. Our 11-year-old has had type 1 for seven years. Now, her younger sister has been diagnosed with it. Do my wife and I have certain genes that caused their diabetes? (7 Nov 2007)
  4. Would it be beneficial to give my younger son Omega 3 supplements to help reduce the risk of developing type 1? My older son has had type 1 for two years. (26 Oct 2007)
  5. Can a child develop diabetes if they eat a lot of sugary foods? (18 Oct 2007)
  6. Until about five years ago, we lived in a house with a confirmed mold problem. Is it possible the mold triggered our son's recently diagnosed type 1 diabetes? (12 Aug 2007)
  7. Through TrialNet, our daughter tested positive for GAD and MIAA auto-antibodies. Does this mean her body is already attacking her beta cells? Will she get diabetes? (4 Aug 2007)
  8. My sister, my older son and I have type 1. My younger son has increased thirst and occasional elevated blood sugars. Is there anything I can do to prevent/delay type 1 onset? (26 Jun 2007)
  9. Could the liquids and medications used on my son's burns in 2002 have caused his diabetes two years later? (10 Jun 2007)
  10. I have type 2 and am pregnant. If I choose not to breast feed my child, what are the chances he will develop type 1 diabetes as a child? (29 May 2007)
  11. Do certain viruses actually lead to beta-cell destruction? What will I learn from the Anti-GAD and Anti-ICA tests I had done? (27 Apr 2007)
  12. Is it unusual that six students at my daughter's school have diabetes? Why does my daughter suddenly need less insulin? We were told her honeymoon was over. (16 Mar 2007)
  13. My youngest son has type 1 and I tested positive for GAD-65. What is the chance I will develop type 1? Is there some way to prevent it? (26 Feb 2007)
  14. At least four of my teen son's second grade classmates have developed type 1. Is there anyone who might be interested in researching this unusually high number? (23 Jan 2007)
  15. Does the flu shot cause diabetes? Could the virus that causes a wart cause diabetes? (17 Jan 2007)
  16. Is it possible that diabetes is a hormonal imbalance? Is it possible for a type 1 diabetic to become pregnant and the body to starts to regulate itself again? (7 Jan 2007)

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