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  • Scripps in the News

    Scripps Expert Weighs in on Diabetes Studies

    Dr. Daniel Einhorn, of the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute, recently weighed in on two articles from the U-T San Diego pertaining to recent studies for the advancement of diabetes treatment. Read the U-T article Familiar Protein Restores Insulin Sensitivity Read the U-T article Studies Identify ...

  • Scripps in the News

    Eye Scan May Help Detect Diabetes

    Christine Hass of NBC 7 interviewed Dr. Dan Einhorn, endocrinologist and medical director at the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute, about his study findings surrounding a new technology that has the potential to detect diabetes and pre-diabetes through a simple eye scan. As seen on KNSD.

  • Scripps in the News

    The Savvy Patient - Manage Diabetes with Lifestyle and Medication

    In this week’s installment of The San Diego Union-Tribune’s “Savvy Patient” column, Scripps Health provides insight on managing diabetes. Many of the potential complications of chronic disease, such as diabetes, can be prevented with a combination of knowledge, lifestyle changes and ...

  • Scripps in the News

    Why Drugs Don't Help Diabetes Patients' Hearts

    TIME.com recently interviewed Dr. Daniel Einhorn, medical director at Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute, about a series of clinical research studies that will soon be published by The New England Journal of Medicine. The three treatment strategies were expected to prevent heart attacks among ...

    • Tuesday, March 16th, 2010
  • Health and Wellness

    Good News on the Horizon for Type 2 Diabetes Treatment

    It’s no secret that obesity is an epidemic in America and, consequently, so is type 2 diabetes. Unlike type 1 diabetes, which is an autoimmune disease, type 2 is greatly affected by obesity and lack of exercise. Accounting for over 90 percent of people with diabetes, type 2 usually occurs in ...

    • Tuesday, February 7th, 2006
  • Health and Wellness

    New Treatments for Type 1 Diabetes

    What do Halle Berry, Mary Tyler Moore, Thomas Edison and B.B. King have in common besides being famous? They all have or had diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that affects the body’s ability to produce or use insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas that helps transport glucose (blood sugar) into ...

    • Tuesday, February 7th, 2006