Evidence suggests coronavirus may trigger diabetes in non-diabetic patients; healthy diet, exercise advised to thwart threat to life
There is increasing evidence that otherwise healthy people are at risk of developing diabetes after they contract the novel coronavirus
Metformin, an oral anti-diabetic drug, may reduce mortality in women infected by COVID-19, claims study
According to the US Food and Drug Administration, metformin is an antihyperglycemic agent that lowers both the postprandial (after meal) and basal blood glucose levels in diabetic patients.
Brittle diabetes, also known as labile diabetes, is marked by frequent spikes and drops in blood sugar levels.