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Common allergy drug reduces obesity and diabetes in mice

... Medical School researchers, have linked type 2 diabetes with immunology in a way that might persuade ... medications to reduce both obesity and type 2 diabetes in mice. The medications, called Zaditor and ... . Molecular garbage Type 1 and type 2 diabetes both involve abnormalities in the ...

Two dietary oils, two sets of benefits for older women with diabetes

... but younger than age 70, and had Type 2 diabetes but did not need to take insulin to treat the ... that could lead to insulin resistance and diabetes if that fat can't be used. Neither CLA nor the ... for the rest of their lives for managing their diabetes and metabolism, which is fine as long as the ...

Natural compound stops retinopathy

... appears online this month in the journal diabetes , a publication of the American diabetes Association. The discovery of the compound's ... McGee Eye Institute and the Harold Hamm Oklahoma diabetes Center. Diabetic retinopathy is the most ...

Another JDRF partner moves research forward with collaboration agreement for diabetes treatment

... NEW YORK, June 18, 2009 The Juvenile diabetes Research Foundation said today that for the ... pharmaceutical company to move research on type 1 diabetes into the final phases of trials. According to JDRF, a leader in setting the agenda for diabetes research worldwide and the largest charitable ...

USC researchers present diabetes findings at American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions

... will present new findings at the American diabetes Association's scientific sessions June 5 9 in ... fellows will present sessions including helping diabetes patients avoid "post exercise hypoglycemia," the ... their findings and provide expert commentary on diabetes research. Exercise Anne Peters, M.D., ...

Continuous glucose monitoring technology -- special issue of Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics

... glucose measurement, offering people with diabetes a promising new tool for maintaining optimal ... is the focus of a special supplement of diabetes Technology & Therapeutics , a peer-reviewed ... writes Satish K. Garg, MD, Editor-in-Chief of diabetes Technology & Therapeutics , and Professor of ...

Study shows CGM devices also benefit people with type 1 diabetes

... NEW YORK, May 27, 2009 People with type 1 diabetes who have already been successful in achieving ... major multi-center clinical trial by the Juvenile diabetes Research Foundation. Findings of the study were published online by the journal diabetes Care , available at ....

Protective footwear for diabetics at a high-street price

... diabetes rates have risen sharply in developed countries ... to amputation. According to the International diabetes Federation, most cases of foot ulcers and ... together the expertise of university researchers, diabetes experts and orthopaedic footwear specialists from ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- May 13, 2009

... for transfusion by individuals with Type 2 diabetes may be unsafe, scientists are reporting the first ... differed in the platelets of individuals with diabetes compared to the platelets of non-diabetics. They ... "Platelet Proteome Changes Associated with diabetes and during Platelet Storage for Transfusion" ...

New evidence of how high glucose damages blood vessels could lead to new treatments

... of how the elevated glucose levels that occur in diabetes damage blood vessels may lead to novel strategies ... Council for High Blood Pressure. "We know diabetes is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease ... this is one of the reasons," Dr. Tostes says. diabetes increases the risk of cardiovascular disease such ...

Laughter remains good medicine

... with Stanley Tan, MD, PhD an endocrinologist and diabetes specialist at Oak Crest Health Research ... "mirthful laughter" on individuals with diabetes. diabetes is a metabolic syndrome characterized by the risk ... laughter, as a preventive adjunct therapy in diabetes care, raised good cholesterol and lowered ...

Laughter remains good medicine

... with Stanley Tan, MD, PhD an endocrinologist and diabetes specialist at Oak Crest Health Research ... "mirthful laughter" on individuals with diabetes. diabetes is a metabolic syndrome characterized by the risk ... laughter, as a preventive adjunct therapy in diabetes care, raised good cholesterol and lowered ...

Researchers discover link between schizophrenia and diabetes

... other known risk factors, 16 percent had either diabetes or an abnormal rate of glucose metabolism, says ... of or had developed the disease. People with diabetes cannot produce or properly use insulin, a hormone ... they don't yet know about also increase diabetes risk. One recent study based on data from the ...

UC Davis bench-to-bedside research: Promising treatment in clinical trials

... and adults in the United States. "Both diabetes and hypertension are often associated with ... the reduction of blood pressure, inflammation and diabetes is very attractive." The Phase IIa clinical ... Vascular inflammation is involved in diabetes and obesity side effects. "The collaborative ...

Diabetics on high-fiber diets might need extra calcium, report UT Southwestern researchers

... report that patients with noninsulin-dependent diabetes (type 2) excreted less calcium through their ... is senior author of a study appearing online in diabetes Care. "Because more calcium equals better bone ... levels may cause kidney stones. The American diabetes Association (ADA) recommends a daily intake of 24 ...

Study examining role of genetics and environment in type 1 diabetes

... and Florida with high-risk genes for type 1 diabetes will be enrolled over the next year in a ... two states in The Environmental Determinants of diabetes in the Young, or TEDDY, study, says Dr. Jin-Xiong ... percent of participants who have developed type 1 diabetes did not have an immediate family history. "It ...

Statement by the Egg Nutrition Center and American Egg Board on Diabetes Care study on egg consumption

... article published in the November 2008 issue of diabetes Care that examined data collected in the ... egg intake and increased incidence of type 2 diabetes 1 . Given the large body of research supporting ... of future research. In the analysis reported in diabetes Care , participants who reported frequent egg ...

Molecule that suppresses immune response under study in type 1 diabetes

... immune system of children at high risk for type 1 diabetes not to attack the insulin-producing cells of the ... College of Georgia Immunotherapy Center. Type 1 diabetes is classified as an autoimmune disease because ... A three-year, $646,000 grant from the Juvenile diabetes Research Foundation International will enable ...

Researchers describe protease inhibitor that may aid in diabetic retinopathy treatment

... NEW YORK, Jan. 21, 2009 Researchers from Joslin diabetes Center, Boston, and ActiveSite Pharmaceuticals, ... study, which was partly funded by the Juvenile diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), is published in the ... Section on Vascular Cell Biology at the Joslin diabetes Center and Associate Professor of Medicine at ...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- Jan. 14, 2009

... Advance toward first saliva test for Type 2 diabetes Journal of Proteome Research Scientists in ... samples from individuals with and without Type 2 diabetes for protein biomarkers of diabetes. They ... proteins could lead to new, noninvasive tests for diabetes screening, detection, and monitoring, the ...

Is there a relationship between sleep-wake rhythm and diabetes?

... the primarily symptomatic therapy approaches to diabetes that have been practised until now. diabetes mellitus and diabetes-associated late ... are approximately six million people with type 2 diabetes who are aware that they have the disease. In ...

Human beta cells can be easily induced to replicate, according to study in Diabetes

... The findings are in the early online version of diabetes , one of the journals of the American diabetes Association. Lead authors Nathalie ... cells, the mouse immediately developed diabetes again." The prospect of being able to study ...

'Stroke Belt' deaths tied to non-traditional risk factors

... of Neurology study is that the prevalence of diabetes and hypertension was up to five percentage points ... interventions to reduce geographic disparities in diabetes and hypertension including boosting diabetes screening rates and follow-up care could also ...

Researchers engineer pancreatic cell transplants to evade immune response

... that could significantly influence the way type 1 diabetes is treated, researchers at Albert Einstein ... use of cell transplants as a therapy for type 1 diabetes in humans. Type 1 diabetes is an incurable autoimmune disease in which the ...

IRB Barcelona to coordinate two European projects on biomedicine

... 5 million euros from 2009 to 2011. Malaria and diabetes will be the topics addressed by the consortia ... AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE, UNITED AGAINST diabetes Antonio Zorzano, head of the Molecular ... disorder increases the risk of suffering from diabetes and coronary disease. To develop the project, ...

High blood sugar's impact on immune system holds clues to improving islet cell transplants

... a three-year, $495,000 grant from Juvenile diabetes Research Foundation to find out whether this ... of insulin," the researcher said. Type 1 diabetes results from the wrong mix of genes and ... human condition fairly well; it's inbred to have diabetes but Dr. Pacholczyk developed a system to ...

New scientific knowledge on juvenile diabetes

... for prediction and prevention of type 1 diabetes in pre-autoimmune phase of the disease. The ... Journal of Experimental Medicine . Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which the immune ... process in the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes has been the development of autoimmunity to ...

Joslin research finds nearly three-quarters of youths with diabetes insufficient in vitamin D

... 15, 2008] Three-quarters of youths with type 1 diabetes were found to have insufficient levels of vitamin ... according to a study by researchers at the Joslin diabetes Center findings that suggest children with the ... 25-hydroxyvitamin D in 128 youths with type 1 diabetes ranging in age from 1.5 to 17.5 years. The study ...

Long-term use of diabetes drugs by women significantly increases risk of fractures

... A group of drugs commonly used to treat diabetes can double the risk of bone fractures in women, ... for more than one year by women with type 2 diabetes significantly reduces bone density, resulting in ... pioglitazone last year. "Women with type 2 diabetes are already at an increased risk of fractures - ...

New genes present drug targets for managing cholesterol and glucose levels

... the same changes increased the risk of developing diabetes by up to 20 percent. "Observing an increased risk for diabetes was surprising because the changes in glucose ... said Boehnke, who has studied the genetics of diabetes for more than 15 years. The gene, called the ...

Discovery of new gene associated with diabetes risk suggests link with body clock

... body clock and abnormalities in metabolism and diabetes has been suggested in new research by an ... on average and a 9% increase in risk of type 2 diabetes for each copy of the gene variant inherited from ... "High fasting glucose levels are early markers of diabetes and this observation provides important clues ...

Fear of hypoglycemia a barrier to exercise for type 1 diabetics

... a new study, published in the November issue of diabetes Care , a majority of diabetics avoid physical ... hundred adults, 50 women and 50 men, with type 1 diabetes answered questionnaires to assess their barriers ... with work schedule, loss of control over diabetes and low levels of fitness. When questioned ...

JDRF funded research shows promise for prevention, reversal of type 1 diabetes

... drugs have been used to block and reverse type 1 diabetes in mice. The JDRF-funded study, published in The ... led by Jeffrey Bluestone, Ph.D., director of the diabetes Center at UCSF and an expert in the field of ... approach for treatment of new onset type 1 diabetes and potentially other autoimmune disorders," said ...

Coping and copulation behavior may help calculate diabetes risk

... risk of diabetes. Risk of developing type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome is determined by an ... artificially influences. In order to study diabetes risk in a more naturally genetically diverse ... glucose tolerance, a test often used to diagnose diabetes and metabolic syndrome, in a type of field mouse ...

News from the November 2008 Journal of the American Dietetic Association

... November is American diabetes Month and the Journal of the American Dietetic ... physical activity have on children's obesity. diabetes Risk Higher among Children in Low-Income Families Children living in poverty have high levels of diabetes risk factors and need early detection and ...

Bayhill Therapeutics and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation announce research collaboration

... for autoimmune diseases, and the Juvenile diabetes Research Foundation, the world's leading charitable funder of type 1 diabetes research, today announced a partnership to ... treatment alternative for them." JDRF funds diabetes research across a range of scientific areas, ...

Geisinger research: Antimalarial drug prevents diabetes in arthritis patients

... antimalarial medication may prevent the onset of diabetes in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, new ... (HCQ) and the development of new cases of diabetes in these patients. HCQ was developed to treat ... generic drug, HCQ may be useful in preventing diabetes in other high risk groups," said lead study ...

Moderate use averts failure of type 2 diabetes drugs in animal model

... Drugs widely used to treat type 2 diabetes may be more likely to keep working if they are ... that the relevance of this model to human diabetes and its treatment still needs to be tested." ... by insulin injection, Nichols suggests. Type 2 diabetes accounts for 90 percent to 95 percent of the ...

Green tea may delay onset of type 1 diabetes

... antioxidant, in a laboratory mouse with type 1 diabetes and primary Sjogren's syndrome, which damages ... can prevent and delay insulin-dependent type 1 diabetes was a big surprise," says Dr. Stephen Hsu, ... the body makes against itself. Both type 1 diabetes and Sjogren's syndrome are autoimmune diseases, ...

JDRF to provide $1M in funding to SmartCells, Inc.

... and Beverly, MA [October 22, 2008] ~ The Juvenile diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and SmartCells, Inc. ... is designed to address the most critical issue in diabetes treatment achieving tight glucose control ... to cures and treatments for people with type 1 diabetes by helping innovative companies test concepts and ...
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