New Treatment for Insulin Resistance May Be On the Way

Insulin resistance, which occurs when the body’s cells are no longer able to respond to insulin, is a major risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes. For people with insulin resistance, blood glucose levels can become too high, which over time can contribute to the development of type 2. Currently, medications such as thiazolidinediones are available to treat insulin resistance, but these can lead to weight gain and other side effects. Researchers have identified another type of treatment which may help offer glucose control without the side effects. Read on

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