Inhalable Insulin Gives Diabetics OptionsFor years, people living with diabetes have relied on insulin injections to control their blood sugar. Now an inhalable insulin is trying to gain traction in the market.
Number Of 'Sweet People' Doubles -- And Why That's BadExperts 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.
Jurors Find Insulin Rape Suspect Guilty On 6 CountsA man accused of drugging a woman with insulin and then sexually assaulting her has been convicted of more than half the charges against him.
Man Accused Of Using Insulin To Subdue, Rape Boulder WomanDoctors say a man in Boulder drugged a woman with a diabetes drug and then raped her.
Strides Made In Diabetes PreventionGreat strides are being made in Colorado in treating and preventing diabetes. The Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes in Aurora is leading the way on several research fronts.
Woman Claims TSA Agents Took Her Insulin Before Boarding FlightThe Transportation Security Administration has apologized to an Aurora woman after taking her insulin before she boarded a flight.