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Mounjaro for Weight Loss: Side Effects and Safety

Have you heard about Mounjaro? Mounjaro is the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved medication for treating type 2 diabetes. However, SURMOUNT-3 and SURMOUNT-4 trials for Mounjaro show its effectiveness for weight loss. Obese Patients experienced around 26.6% weight loss over 84 weeks. In contrast, patients taking Ozempic have demonstrated a reduction of up to 15%…

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Does Ozempic Help in Weight Loss?

Weight management is one of the most complex challenges a person may face by the people across the U.S. Despite the efforts, traditional weight loss methods may often fall short, leaving people searching for alternative solutions. However, within the last few years, GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide-1) emerged as one of the top contenders to help people…

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Comprehensive Guide for Type 2 Diabetes

If the current trends continue, there will soon come when 1 out of every 3 Americans will have Type 2 Diabetes. It is not a problem just for the US; it also affects people across the globe. About 537 million adults aged 20-79 years are living with diabetes. Reports predict that the number will rise…

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Top Tips to Save Money on Insulin

Diabetes care could be more expensive than you think it is. But it would help if you remembered not to skip the insulin doses to save money. The reason is that it could be dangerous. However, you can get help to pay for the medications in many ways. This blog will mention all the tips…

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Tips to Manage Diabetes in Dogs

Like humans, dogs can be affected by Diabetes as well. About 0.2% to 1.2% of dogs tend to get affected, especially the breeds like Tibetan Terriers and Samoyeds that could be predisposed. If your dog has been diagnosed with Diabetes recently, it could be difficult to come to terms with without knowing they would require…

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6 Early Signs of Type 2 Diabetes” is locked

According to the CDC reports, “Type 2 diabetes affects nearly 10% of the U.S. adult population i.e., approx. 30 million people.”

With such stats, it’s important for everyone to know the early signs of type 2 diabetes.