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Diabetes drugs may increase risk of heart failure
Washington, Mar 29 : A new study has examined that glucose or sugar-lowering medications prescribed to patients with diabetes may pose an increased risk for the development of heart failure in these patients.
Stem cells behave as people in a society
London, March 26 : Just as humans, stem cells interact with each other but finally take their own individual decisions, says a new study. The research published in the scientific journal PLOS Biology could eventually lead to a better control over the production of insulin-producing endocrine cells ...
Why diabetes drug makes people fat
New York, March 26 : Medication used to treat patients with Type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people to gain more body fat, new research has found.
'Fats' may help treat type 2 diabetes
Washington, Mar 25 : A new research has discovered that fats were a 'new weapon' in the war against type 2 diabetes and play an important role to treat it.
Danish researchers identify key protein
London, March 23 : In a first, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have identified a key protein that can prove relevant for research into diseases such as diabetes, arteriosclerosis and sclerosis.
Mom's age at childbirth linked to son's diabetes risk
Washington, Mar 22 : A new research has revealed that a mom's age at childbirth may affect her baby boy's birth weight as well as his adult glucose metabolism.
Vitamin D may prevent type 2 diabetes, clogged arteries
Washington, Mar 20 : A new research has suggested that Vitamin D plays a major role in preventing the inflammation that leads to type 2 diabetes and atherosclerosis.
Stem cells can reverse Type 2 diabetes as well
Washington, Mar 20 : A new study has revealed for the first time, that stem cells could reverse Type 2 diabetes too.
Stem cells implant may help reverse diabetes
Toronto, March 20 : Sweets anyone? Even diabetics may hope to gobble up one or two without feeling guilty as researchers have found that Type 2 diabetes can be better treated with a combination of stem cells implants and conventional diabetes drugs.
Artificial light at night can make you feel sick
New York, March 19 : Over-exposure to artificial light at night has serious long-term health implications like tendency to breast cancer, obesity, diabetes, depression, and possibly other forms of cancer, says a new study.
Erectile dysfunction drug may relieve nerve damage in men with ...
Washington, March 18 : Drugs used for erectile dysfunction can also relieve male diabetes patients from the pain caused by life-threatening nerve damage.
New compound prevents onset of type 1 diabetes in animal models
Washington, Mar 18 : A team of scientists has tested a potent synthetic compound that prevents type 1 diabetes in animal models of the disease.
Why obese men face greater diabetes risk than women?
Toronto, March 18 : Obese men are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than obese women due to differences in the activity of a protein in the muscle, new research has found.
Diabetes drugs may trigger heart failure
Toronto, March 17 : Medications for lowering glucose or sugar in diabetics may in fact increase heart failure risk inon these in these patients, new research has found.
Mysteries of wound healing unlocked
New York, March 14 : A multi-disciplinary research team has discovered how cells know to rush to a wound and heal it - opening the door to new treatments for diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Genes behind Type 1 diabetes located
New York, March 10 : Researchers have located and narrowed down the number of genes that increase the risk of Type 1 diabetes, a study claims.
Asian women with pregnancy diabetes prone to sleep apnea
New York, March 9 : Obese pregnant women with gestational (pregnancy) diabetes are more likely to suffer from the sleep disorder obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), new research has found.
Diabetes risk increases for middle-aged women whose parents smoke ...
Washington, Mar. 08 : A new study has revealed that women female fetuses exposed to tobacco smoke may have increased diabetes risk in middle age.
Kejriwal responding to treatment, feeling better
Bengaluru, March 7 : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is responding to the naturopathy treatment he is undergoing for chronic cough and diabetes at a private hospital on the outskirts of Bengaluru, a medical officer said on Saturday.
Women with hormonal problems prone to diabetes: AIIMS
New Delhi, March 7 : Women suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a problem in which a woman's hormones are out of balance, are highly prone to diabetes, a study by the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) said on Saturday.
Lifestyle intervention program at workplace helps improve employee's ...
Washington, Mar 7 : A new study has demonstrated that a healthy lifestyle intervention program administered at workplace can significantly reduces risk factors for diabetes and heart disease.
You can gain 11-13 'heart failure-free' yrs by avoiding risk factors ...
Washington, Mar 5 : A team of scientists has quantified healthy years gained by avoiding risk factors, like obesity, hypertension and diabetes, for heart failure.
Statins elevate risk of diabetes by 46 pc
Washington, March 5 : Use of statins can increase the risk of developing diabetes by 46 percent, even after adjustment for confounding factors, claims a new study.
New hormone that fights weight gain, diabetes
New York, March 4 : Too lazy to exercise? You may soon have a new excuse as scientists have discovered a new hormone that mimics the effects of exercise and fights the weight gain caused by a high-fat diet.
High-intensity workouts work better against diabetes than lower ...
Washington, Mar 3 : As per a new study, both low intensity and high intensity workouts are effective for weight loss, but higher intensity workouts may do a better job of decreasing blood sugar levels.
Kejriwal to undergo naturopathy for diabetes
Bengaluru, March 3 : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will undergo 10 days of naturopathy treatment here from Thursday to check his high blood sugar levels, it was announced on Tuesday.
Diabetes linked to behavioural disorder
New York, March 3 : Anyone can go nuts over managing diabetes, but people with the disease are more prone to anxiety and depression than those with other chronic diseases that require similar levels of management, says a study.
Black tea can help prevent diabetes
London, Mar 2 : A new research has found that drinking a cup of black tea can prevent type-2 diabetes in humans.
Blood test can predict whether young kids will be future diabetics
Washington, Feb 27 : A new study has found that by measuring the presence of autoantibodies in the blood of young children could detect the development of type 1 diabetes.
Watered-down version of First World War explosive reverses diabetes ...
Washington, Feb 27 : A new study has revealed that an agent, which caused munitions factory workers to lose weight inexplicably in the First World War and had originally been used for weight loss more than 70 years ago, reversed type 2 diabetes and fatty liver disease in rats.