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Deep Insights into Type2 Diabetes by Wesley Researchers

There are more than one million Australians with Type 2 Diabetes who are at an increased risk of developing serious health problems including heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and blindness . New Wesley Research Institute project aims to make it much easier for people to manager their Type 2 Di...

Alternative Option for Type2 Diabetes Treatment

A class of medications known as incretin-based therapy, which act via certain pathways that affect glucose metabolism may provide modest effectiveness and favorable weight change outcomes for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and may represent an alternative to other hypoglycemic therapies. Cu...

Less Information on Dietary Treatment in Type2 Diabetes

According to the findings of a Cochrane Systematic Review,there are no high quality data to assess how well dietary treatments for type 2 diabetes work in people who have just been told they have the disease, but there is evidence that taking on exercise seems to be one way of improving blood suga...

Sideeffects of Rosiglitazone in Type2 Diabetes Patients

The trade-offs between potential benefits and potential harms when rosiglitazone is used by people with type 2 diabetes has to be assessed . This Cochrane Systematic Review analysed data from 18 trials that involved a total of 8432 people and found no evidence that rosiglitazone led to bett...

UCF researchers discover a new protein family implicated in inflammatory diseases

...ded. Because this novel protein has key roles to play in the major inflammatory diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and obesity-induced type2 diabetes, it is a promising drug target, Kolattukudy said. We have a patent application filed on this protein for that purpose. ...

Genetic Flaws Leads to Diabetes

... After much research four separate scientific teams have found that there are more genes that are linked to type2 diabetes//. This discovery has made us inch closer to finding out the real genetic cause of diabetes. The discovery of Human Genome some years ...

Gene Test to Spot Adults Who Might Get Diabetes

...ould be possible to treat it by fixing the faulty zinc transporter. 'We can also use what we know about the specific genetic mutations associated with type2 diabetes to develop better treatments,' Professor Froguel said. Diabetes, which affects at least two million people in Britain comes in two form...

Obese kids at higher risk for Cardiovascular diseases

... According to a research, diseases affecting the adults like hypertension, type2 diabetes and sleep apnea can now be identified in early stages in the form of childhood// obesity. The study appears in the Oct. 4 issue of Journal of...
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