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Brown fat breakthrough may be 'holy grail' of weight loss
Washington, Apr 18 : The first MRI scan to show 'brown fat' in a living adult could pave way towards a new wave of therapies to aid the fight against diabetes and obesity.
Everest trek reveals how some people get type 2 diabetes
Washington, April 15 : A research, which took place on Mount Everest, assessed the mechanisms by which low oxygen levels in the body - known as hypoxia - are linked to the development of insulin resistance.
Diabetes a barrier to breast cancer screening?
Toronto, April 14 : Even as women with diabetes are at higher risk of breast cancer, diabetic women get so hassled managing the chronic condition that they often end up leaving other preventative actions, like screening for cancer, to fall by the wayside, a study has found.
Protein that can help battle obesity by speeding up metabolism ...
Washington, April 10 : In an attempt to combat obesity and diabetes, researchers have identified the protein in fat and liver cells that can be altered to accelerate metabolism.
Lupin gets USFDA nod for diabetes management drug
New Delhi, Apr 9 : Lupin today said its US subsidiary-- Lupin Pharmaceuticals Inc-- has received final approval from the the US Food and Drugs Administration to market generic diabetes management drug Pioglitazone Tablets in the American market.
After diabetes, Google Glass sets eyes on Parkinson's
Washington, April 9 : After unveiling a smart contact lens that monitors glucose levels in tears in January, Google is now working on to support people with Parkinson's disease - via Google Glass, it much-anticipated wearable device to be launched later this year.
US jury slaps $9 bn fine on drugmakers
Washington, April 9 : A US federal court jury imposed fines and compensations for a value of some $9 billion on drug manufacturers -- Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and Eli Lilly & Co. -- for their cover-up of the cancer risks found in their diabetes medication Actos.
Weight loss surgery can help overweight people treat type 2 diabetes
Washington, April 8 : A new research has revealed weightloss surgery or gastric banding can play a vital role in the treatment of type 2 diabetes in people who are overweight.
Eating choc could help you keep flab and diabetes away
Washington, April 3 : Researchers have discovered a particular type of antioxidant in cocoa prevented laboratory mice from gaining excess weight and lowered their blood sugar levels.
Weight loss in people at risk of diabetes cuts mortality risk from ...
Washington, April 3 : Researchers have said that losing weight helped people, who were at risk of diabetes, decreases their chances of dying from cardiovascular disease.
Now, have chocolate to shun extra kilos!
Washington, April 3 : Amid various health benefit studies on chocolate that inspire you to munch another one, research reveals that a key ingredient in chocolate might help lose weight and lower type-2 diabetes risk.
Bariatric surgery provides long-term relief from type 2 diabetes
Washington, April 1 : A new study has revealed that bariatric surgery is a highly effective and durable treatment for type 2 diabetes in obese patients.
Vibration may heal chronic wounds in diabetics
New York, April 1 : For people suffering from type 2 diabetes who tend to develop foot ulcers that are hard to heal, a promising research finds that chronic wounds may heal more quickly if exposed to low-intensity vibration.
Strong muscles in kids lower heart disease, diabetes risk
New York, March 31 : Teenagers with stronger muscles have a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes later in life, a study shows.
Know how body clock resembles orchestra
New York, March 28 : If you change your work shift and sleeping hours, you disturb the body clock and it rewards you with all the things you do not want - weight gain, diabetes, stress, heart disease, mood disorders and sometimes even cancer.
Mediterranean diet lowers diabetes risk
Washington, March 28 : A new study has revealed that adoption of a Mediterranean lowers risk of diabetes, especially among people at high risk for cardiovascular disease.
Mediterranean diet may lower diabetes risk
Washington, March 28 : Choose Mediterranean diet if you want to lower the risk of developing diabetes, especially if your physician considers you among the people at high risk for cardiovascular disease.
Good self-management among diabetics helps cut risk of mortality
Washington, March 27 : Researchers have showed that patients with good diabetes self-management that is patients with a high self-management index, had a significantly lower mortality risk than patients with a low self-management index.
Excess weight at 1 year postpartum ups diabetes, heart problem risk
Washington, March 26 : A new study has revealed that women who don't lose their baby weight and even gain more weight within a year of giving birth are at an increased risk of developing heart disease and diabetes.
Mathematical model predicts blood glucose levels 30 minutes in advance
Washington, March 26 : Scientists have developed a mathematical model that can predict, with more than 90 percent accuracy, the blood glucose levels of individuals with type 1 diabetes up to 30 minutes in advance of imminent changes in their levels.
This man cured diabetes with 12-minute workout!
London, March 26 : He is 67 and a pensioner but full of energy. Suffering from type 2 diabetes a while ago, this man now claims that he has cured himself of diabetes after doing two intense 12-minute workouts a week.
Know your sugar levels 30 minutes in advance
New York, March 26 : There is good news for people suffering from type 1 diabetes. Researchers have now developed a model that can predict blood glucose levels up to 30 minutes in advance, leaving patients with adequate time for preventive action.
Diabetes drug may help reduce Alzheimer's spread: Study
Washington, March 25 : While conducting an experimental model, researchers found that pramlintide, a diabetic drug, helps in reducing amyloid-beta peptides, a major element of Alzheimer's disease (AD) in the brain.
Address sleep disorders to prevent diabetes, obesity: Study
Berlin, March 25 : Scientists have linked inadequate or disturbed sleep to the development of metabolic disorders, including diabetes and type 2 diabetes, in a review that highlights the significance of addressing sleep issues.
Diabetes and high blood pressure in middle age could lead to brain ...
Washington, Mar 23 : People who develop diabetes and high blood pressure in middle age are more likely to have brain cell loss and other damage to the brain, as well as problems with memory and thinking skills, than people who never have diabetes or high blood pressure or who develop it in old age, ...
New website launched to help prevent diabetes spread in Asia
Washington, March 23: A new diabetes prevention website - the Asian Diabetes Prevention Initiative - has been launched in Asia in an attempt to put a stop to the growing epidemic by providing science-based information about type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes linked to pancreatic cancer
Washington, Mar 23 : Researchers from the University of Melbourne have found a link between pancreatic cancer and diabetes.
Diabetes, high BP in middle age up dementia risks
New York, March 21 : Diabetes and high blood pressure in middle age increase risks of brain damage which leads to thinking problems and dementia in later life, a study claims.
Researchers find evidence of insulin-secreting cells that can ...
Washington, March 20 : Researchers have found proof that the insulin-secreting beta cells of the pancreas, which are either killed or become dysfunctional in the two main forms of diabetes, have the capacity to regenerate.
New pathway connected to Type 2 diabetes discovered
Washington, Mar 20 : Scientists at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Research Institute have discovered a cellular pathway that is responsible for keeping blood sugar levels low in obese or pre-diabetic people, and may prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes.