Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
MIT Designs Pill of the Future' Allowing Absorption of Drug-Carrying Nanoparticles Through Digestive Tract by Yona Gidalevitz on Dec 3, 2013 1:05 pm Nanoparticles very well may be the future of healthcare as they are currently on the edge of medical
Sanofi's next-generation insulin shows promise Sanofi just announced favorable phase 3 results for its new investigational insulin, U300, when compared to Lantus, its top-selling synthetic insulin, which generated $6.6 billion in revenue in 2012. The
Exercise reveals a small to moderate effect on fasting insulin and insulin resistance The prevalence of obesity and diabetes is increasing among children, adolescents, and adults. Although estimates of the
The recently discovered human peptide, called humanin, could lead to powerful new treatments for people living with diabetes as it helps in increasing the metabolism of glucose in beta cells, which in turn markedly increases insulin secretion.
Reply New Comment New Click to rate Primalist, York, United Kingdom, 14 minutes ago Alzheimers has been classified as type 3 diabetes for the last 3 years. More accurately it should be termed as 'end stage' type 2 diabetes...All that is required is a
Three years ago, she was diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer. She was treated with surgery and chemotherapy and went into remission and stayed there until she died...She was weak, didn't take care of her insulin properly and didn't eat. Her
In order to mark the World Diabetes Day, Sir Syed College of Medical Sciences on Friday organised a seminar to raise awareness on this critical issue. Distinguished guests, doctors as well as members of the civil society joined to mark the day.
With that, we send you Gobble-Gobble wishes of joy this holiday.
Nesina, Kazano, Oseni - as the winner of the Drug development innovation of the year' award. The products were selected from four nominations shortlisted for the award. The award recognizes Takeda's efforts in providing alternative therapies to
From Cortez to Shiprock, N.M., Durango to Monticello, Utah, native Americans sit in hospitals and health centers receiving kidney dialysis at a higher rate than non-Indians. That is the uncomfortable truth of ignoring the diabetes epidemic the Ute