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On January 8, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the oral Type 2 diabetes medicine Farxiga (generic name dapagliflozin)…
The oral diabetes medicine metformin affects the hearts of men and women differently, according to new research from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis…
There are new drugs in diabetes town. The SGLT2 inhibitors work in the kidneys. They cause glucose to leave the body through the urine. Presto — blood glucose comes down…
The oral diabetes medicine acarbose (Precose) may be as effective at controlling blood glucose levels as metformin, according to a study recently published in the medical journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology…
The oral diabetes medicine metformin was linked to impaired brain function, but supplementation with vitamin B12 may reduce some of the cognitive effects, according to new research from Australia…
Are generic drugs as good as their brand-name rivals? Hopefully yes, as millions of people rely on generics to make medicines affordable. Is the claimed superiority of brand-name drugs just advertising, or is there a real difference?
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