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Diabetes

Diabetes Definition Diabetes is a metabolic disorder characterized by excessive urine excretion (polyuria) and persistent... Read More

Awakening from Sleep and Hypoglycemia in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

Ilan Gabriely*, Harry Shamoon Funding: Supported in part by the following National Institutes of Health grants:... Read More

Landmark study highlights complex genetic risk factors behind type 2 diabetes

A UK collaboration of scientists has identified three new genes that predispose individuals to develop type 2 diabetes,... Read More

Defective Awakening Response to Nocturnal Hypoglycemia in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

RESEARCH ARTICLE Defective Awakening Response to Nocturnal Hypoglycemia in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Bernd... Read More

Edmonton Protocol – Possible cure for Type 1 Diabetes patients

Abstract The Edmonton Protocol is only capable of treating patients with Type 1 Diabetes since they lack the appropriate... Read More

Diabetes Research Yielding Breakthrough Success: Bioengineering Team Successfully Growing Insulin-producing Cells In Lab

Diabetes Research Yielding Breakthrough Success: Bioengineering Team Successfully Growing Insulin-producing Cells In Lab... Read More

Genome-wide search unearths surprising clues for diabetes and triglycerides

Scientists definitively link novel regions of human genome to type 2 diabetes and triglyceride levels; work made possible... Read More

Coffee Intake Linked To Lower Diabetes Risk

Drinking coffee, especially when it is decaffeinated, may be associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, according... Read More

Common Allergy Drug Reduces Obesity And Diabetes In Mice

July 28, 2009 — Crack open the latest medical textbook to the chapter on type 2, or adult-onset, diabetes, and you'll be... Read More

Waist Size Linked To Diabetes Risk In Adult Men

Waist Size Linked To Diabetes Risk In Adult Men The circumference of a man's waist is a better predictor of his risk of... Read More

Study shows that indigenous people are not genetically prone to diabetes

The high rate of diabetes among indigenous people is not due to their genetic heritage, according to a recently published... Read More

Treating Type 1 Diabetes By Eliminating B Cells

December 5, 2007 — Autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are caused when immune cells... Read More

Chronic Periodontal Disease Could Lead To Diabetes

BETHESDA, Md. Chronic periodontal disease may contribute to diabetes, according to a review of recent research presented... Read More

Effects of streptozotocin-induced diabetes on the pharmacology of rat conduit and resistance intrapulmonary arteries

Effects of streptozotocin-induced diabetes on the pharmacology of rat conduit and resistance intrapulmonary... Read More

Yale Team reversed Type 2 diabetes and related fatty liver diseases in rodent models

Yale researchers were able to demonstrate in their study wherein type 2 diabetes and fatty liver disease were reversed in... Read More

A mathematical model for the burden of diabetes and its complications

A mathematical model for the burden of diabetes and its complications A Boutayeb1 ,2, EH Twizell1, K Achouayb2 and A... Read More

A new molecular culprit for type II diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

Therapies for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and type II diabetes should be directed toward a new molecular culprit — the... Read More

Revealing a surprising link between diabetes and Alzheimers disease

Blindness, heart disease, nerve damage, and kidney failure are not the only complications facing the nation’s estimated... Read More

New research suggests diabetes transmitted from parents to children

August 21, 2008 -- An unusual form of inheritance may have a role in the rising rate of diabetes, especially in children... Read More

Advance toward first saliva test for Type 2 diabetes

January 14, 2009 -- Scientists in Oregon and India are reporting an advance toward developing the first saliva test to... Read More

Increased hemorrhagic transformation and altered infarct size and localization after experimental stroke in a rat model of type 2 diabetes

 .................................................. Figure 1 Infarct size is reduced in diabetes. (A) A representative... Read More

Best Heart Disease And Stroke Treatments For Patients With Diabetes Found With New Tool

Researchers from North Carolina State University and Mayo Clinic have developed a computer model that medical doctors can... Read More

Hypertension, Diabetes and Increased Carotid Artery Wall Thickness Means Increased Risk of Stroke

Increased carotid artery wall thickness (CAWT), which can cause heart attack and stroke in many patients, is significantly... Read More

No Medical Benefit from Liposuction: Diabetes and Heart Disease Risk is Unchanged After Fat is Removed

St. Louis, June 17, 2004 — Liposuction is no substitute for dieting when it comes to preventing diabetes, hypertension... Read More

Serum butyrylcholinesterase in type 2 diabetes mellitus: a biochemical and bioinformatics approach

Serum butyrylcholinesterase in type 2 diabetes mellitus: a biochemical and bioinformatics approach GR Sridhar2, G... Read More

Drinking chamomile tea may help fight complications of diabetes

Chamomile tea could help prevent complications of diabetes, scientists report. Credit: Wikimedia... Read More

Gene “silencing” may improve success of islet cell transplants for diabetes

November 19, 2008 -- Scientists in Tennessee are reporting that a gene therapy technique called “gene silencing” shows... Read More

Why children of parents with type 2 diabetes are at risk themselves

The role of mitochondrial dysfunction in the pathogenesis of insulin resistance is a widely debated topic. It has been... Read More

Soy protein reduces effects of diabetes on liver

Bethesda, MD – A group of researchers from Mexico has discovered that a diet rich in soy protein may alleviate fatty... Read More

Addressing the Unmet Medical Need for Safe and Effective Weight Loss Therapies

Perspective Addressing the Unmet Medical Need for Safe and Effective Weight Loss Therapies Cynthia M. Arbeeny Address... Read More

Microencapsulation and tissue engineering as an alternative treatment of diabetes

Microencapsulation and tissue engineering as an alternative treatment of diabetes S.S. Maria-Engler1, M. Mares-Guia2,3,... Read More

The stem cells that weren’t there

Diabetes researchers, investigating how the body supplies itself with insulin, discovered to their surprise that adult stem... Read More

Research shows skeleton to be endocrine organ

Finding may implicate bone as therapeutic target for type 2 diabetes. ones are typically thought of as calcified, inert... Read More

Polygenic trait

Polygenic trait definition Polygenic trait refers to a trait that is controlled by multiple non-allelic genes. These genes... Read More

Sugar Homeostasis

Blood Sugar Regulation As described in Cell Biology tutorials, the body requires volumes of glucose in order to create ATP.... Read More

Big hips, big belly? It’s in your genes

Big hips, big belly? It's in your genes, Joslin-led study shows Obesity, body fat distribution more in your genes than... Read More

New genes present drug targets for managing cholesterol and glucose levels

December 08, 2008 -- ANN ARBOR, Mich.---Scientists have identified 12 new genes that are somewhat strange bedfellows: Some... Read More

Fat-generated Hormone Drives Energetic Capacity Of Muscle

The fat-generated hormone adiponectin plays an important role in the energetic capacity of skeletal muscle, according to a... Read More

Exercise Important in Reducing Size of Abdominal Fat Cells, Research Shows

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Reducing the size of abdominal fat cells – which are a risk factor for diabetes and heart disease... Read More

Increased glucose level is a strong risk factor for colorectal cancer

Diabetes is a very common illness that affects more than 20 million people in the U.S. and it is estimated an additional... Read More