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Study: tobacco prevention, cessation saved thousands of lives, billions of dollars in Minnesota

Research shows need for continuing investment as tobacco control funding dwindles

Research and innovation

AGP Report: The EKG of Glucose Management? Latest endorsement from American Diabetes Association could pave way for more standard presentation of blood glucose data

Wider use of Ambulatory Glucose Profile, developed by International Diabetes Center, could help clinicians and patients use technology more effectively

Research and innovation

Study in The Lancet shows new technology improves insulin dosing and blood glucose levels for patients with type 2 diabetes

Data suggests automated tools can help overcome long-standing challenges to improving glucose control in individuals using insulin therapy

Research and innovation

Treating high blood pressure in older women doesn’t increase long-term risk of falls, study shows

Study of nearly 6,000 women could have implications on how physicians care for aging adults

Research and innovation

Report: Public-private partnership improves care for mental health, reduces costs

East Metro Mental Health Roundtable to continue with leadership from Mayor Melvin Carter

Research and innovation

HealthPartners Institute gets $1.5M federal grant to develop tool for spotting, treating kidney disease

Similar tool has helped HealthPartners significantly reduce risk of heart disease over 10 years

Research and innovation

Tele-monitoring, pharmacists are beneficial in maintaining healthy blood pressure over short-term, study shows

Remote monitoring program significantly lowered blood pressure over 24 months compared to patients receiving standard care

Research and innovation

JDRF Awards International Diabetes Center Grant to Investigate the Use of Intranasal Insulin Delivery

Investigators seek to examine intranasal insulin for treatment of type 1 diabetes on the heels of groundbreaking research using similar treatments for Alzheimer’s disease

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