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A chemical observed in our breath could deliver a flag to alert of dangerously-low blood sugar ranges in sufferers with type one diabetic issues, in accordance to new exploration the College of Cambridge. The locating, released now in the journal Diabetic issues Care, could clarify why some canine can be properly trained to spot the warning indicators in sufferers.

The scientists observed that ranges of the chemical isoprene rose drastically at hypoglycaemia – in some instances pretty much doubling. They feel that canine may well be sensitive to the existence of isoprene, and counsel that it may well be feasible to establish new detectors that can identify elevated ranges of isoprene in sufferers at hazard.

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  1. It's not just dogs. My cat (of 18 years) was also able to detect this, and would do her best to alert me by sitting and crying just out of reach or by dashing between my legs as I walked. She never did these things when my sugar was normal. Yeah, yeah, dogs are nice and fun, but cats are awesome!

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  2. My dog in my YouTube picture here <—- is diabetic 🙁

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  3. I Like how the dog is all wake up

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  4. Our four legged friends.How little we know about them and their abilities….

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  5. Outstanding what dogs can be trained to do!

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  6. great!

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  7. I've had diabetes for 18 years, anyone who says that they need to check their blood sugars every hour, day and night is doing something very wrong. Careful monitoring of blood sugars and adjusting insulin dosages would correct these low blood sugars at night. There are also Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGM) which will monitor and alert users in real time to highs or lows, and although expensive I would bet they would be cheaper than the dog. This revelation is at least 10 years too late to be of great use.

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  8. Genius

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  9. BRAVO!

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  10. awesome

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  11. dogs are awesome!

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  12. :54 "AHHHH. " Time for my pre-work stretches before I go to work." Paw.. paw.. "Uh Hey, I smelt you possibly dying. You might wanna stop that."

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  13. What an extremely interesting video, great job

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  14. It's a philanthropy that some induviduals deteriorate this kind of convalescense..

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  15. Amazing!

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