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Air Pollution can Play a Role in Diabetes Development: Study

Indian-origin researcher Sanjay Rajagopalan from the University Hospitals Harrington in the US has found that air pollution can play a role in the development...

Stress hormone Linked to Higher Blood Sugar Levels in Diabetic Patients

Researchers have showcased a clear link between the stress hormone cortisol and higher blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes. Previous research has...

Sugar Filled Drinks Can Increase the Risk of Heart Diseases

If there wasn't already enough reasons to stay away from sugary drinks, here's another reason not to, sugar filled drinks can increase the risk...

Researchers Develop Non-Fibrillating Form of Human Insulin to Treat Diabetes

 In a promising discovery that could improve the clinical delivery of insulin for people living with diabetes, researchers have developed a non-fibrillating form of...

Researchers Find a Way to Engineer Beta Insulin- Producing Cells for Diabetes

Researchers have found a way to engineer pancreatic beta cells that can enhance production of Insulin in response to glucose levels when these cells...

US Invents Oral Capsule To Remit Insulin Through Injection

Scientists in the US have designed an oral drug capsule that can carry insulin and protect it from the harsh environment in the digestive...

Americans Arrive in Canada Seeking Affordable Prices for Insulin

A self-declared "caravan" of Americans bused across the Canada-U.S. border on Saturday, seeking affordable prices for insulin and raising awareness of "the insulin price crisis" in the United States. The...

New Study Reveals, Duration of Over-Feeding Are Directed at Increasing Glucose Disposal

Overeating has been found to impair blood sugar (glucose) control and insulin levels but a new study suggests that the duration of a bout...

High Level Of Insulin in Infants May Rise Chances Of Brain Damage

Babies born with abnormally high levels of insulin are at the risk of suffering permanent brain damage and life-long disability, finds a study that...

U.S. Senators Launch Investigation on Rising Insulin Prices

Two U.S. senators launched an investigation into rising insulin prices on Friday, sending letters to the three leading manufacturers seeking answers as to why...

New Medicine That Could Replace Insulin Injections

Researchers have developed a drug capsule that could be used to deliver oral doses of insulin, potentially replacing injections for patients with Type-2 diabetes,...

Insulin Has Potential To Treat Chronic Bowel Inflammation

Insulin, which plays a key role in managing blood sugar, also has potential against colitis -- a chronic bowel inflammation, finds a study. The study,...

Microbes May Be Stirring Up Anxiety And Depression In Obese People

Microbes may be helping stir up anxiety and depression in obese people, if results from a new mouse study hold true in humans. The authors...

Formula made from Cow’s milk may reduce the risk of diabetes

New York, Jan 3, 2018: Drinking formula made from cow's milk may not put babies at higher risk of developing Type 1 diabetes, the...

Do You Feel Sleepy Post-Lunch? Well, Take a Look at the Possible Reasons!

New Delhi, August 22, 2017: Have you ever wondered that from the total office hours, why is it only post-lunch that you feel like slugging...

Diabetes would become a curable disease in the next few years, say researchers

Washington: Although the way diabetics test their glucose levels has gone through dramatic changes over the past 50 years, there is still a long way...

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