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Toxic proteins and type 2 diabetes

Nearly a half-billion people worldwide live with type 2 diabetes. Yet despite the disease's sizeable and increasing impact, its precise causes remain murky. Current scientific thinking points to two key processes: insulin ...

Mar 09, 2018
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AI application for treatment of gestational diabetes

AI allows individualized predictions for expectant mothers and newborn children. The aim of the individual recommendations is a positive experience for the user combined with activity that is beneficial for the glucose level.

Mar 08, 2018
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Experts call for action on diabetes medicines in India

India has one of the highest rates of type 2 diabetes in the world, and there is now "growing national and international concern" about the drug regulatory system there, which allows use of a drug treatment that has not been ...

Mar 06, 2018
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Managing type 2 diabetes in a sitting-centric world

Globally, over half a billion people are projected to have type 2 diabetes (T2D) by 2035, around 10% of the population. In Australia alone, around 280 new people are diagnosed with T2D every day – costing the healthcare ...

Mar 06, 2018
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Paradigm shift in the diagnosis of diabetes

A completely new classification of diabetes which also predicts the risk of serious complications and provides treatment suggestions. We are now seeing the first results of ANDIS - a study covering all newly diagnosed diabetics ...

Mar 02, 2018
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Blood vessels also affected by Alzheimer's disease

Researchers from the Institute of Neuroscience at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (INc-UAB) have demonstrated for the first time that anxiety and problems with blood vessels present a close relationship with Alzheimer's ...

Decoding the chemistry of fear

Ask a dozen people about their greatest fears, and you'll likely get a dozen different responses. That, along with the complexity of the human brain, makes fear—and its close cousin, anxiety—difficult to study. For this ...

Severe war injuries and PTSD can impact hypertension risk

Severe combat wounds and chronic PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) may put service men and women at risk of having high blood pressure later, according to new research in the American Heart Association's journal Hypertension.

Large study on cancer in the Métis people of Canada

The incidence of all cancers combined was similar for Métis men and significantly higher for Métis women compared to non-Aboriginal men and women, found a study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal)

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