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CBS4's Gloria Neal walks with Mary Arneson (credit CBS)

Diabetes Prevention Program Working To Reduce Prediabetes

A diabetes prevention program offered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is educating Coloradans about prediabetes.

05/16/2014

American Diabetes Association's Executive Ride in Denver (Credit: CBS)

Diabetes Association Highlights Disease’s Toll On Business

Incidence of diabetes are on the rise in Colorado. The American Diabetes Association is encouraging businesses to support a bike team for the Tour de Cure.

05/02/2014

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Number Of ‘Sweet People’ Doubles — And Why That’s Bad

Experts call it an epidemic. New research shows the number of Americans with diabetes. or “sweet blood,” has doubled since 1988. And as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, odds are you know someone with diabetes — or have it yourself.

04/14/2014

Mylynda Herrick and her daughter Mackenzie (credit: CBS)

Groundbreaking Diabetes Study Tracks Genetic Markers For 20 Years

Twenty years after launching a groundbreaking study, the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes continues to make significant progress towards finding the cause of Type 1 diabetes.

02/20/2014

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Thousands Participate In ‘Step Out: Walk To Stop Diabetes’

Thousands of people hit the streets in downtown Denver for the annual diabetes walk on Saturday.

11/03/2013

Bryce Montes (credit: CBS)

Rapids Players ‘Step Out’ For Diabetes On Behalf Of Their Own

This weekend hundreds of people will “step out” to stop diabetes, including Colorado Rapids players who are stepping out on behalf of two of their own.

10/29/2013

Tom Hanks (credit: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

You And Tom Hanks May Have A Lot In Common

America has an epidemic of high blood sugar, and joining the ranks of newly diagnosed diabetics is Hollywood superstar Tom Hanks. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains why you should be tested as well.

10/09/2013

Dr. Richard Spritz (credit: CBS)

DNA From Those With Down Syndrome Helps In Autoimmune Disease Research

A University of Colorado genetics researcher needs the help of 500 people with Down syndrome. He believes studying their genes could lead to better treatments for Type 1 diabetes, celiac and thyroid issues.

07/15/2013

The endobarrier blocks fats from being absorbed (credit: CBS)

Endobarrier Blocks Certain Foods, Could Curb Type 2 Diabetes

Researchers are studying a new way to treat people with Type 2 Diabetes with a barrier that blocks some harmful foods.

04/04/2013

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Study Says More Than 20 Percent Of Coloradans Are Obese

Colorado is still the leanest state in the country, but waistlines are also growing in the state.

12/11/2012

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