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Children with diabetes has higher risk to heart diseases

Type 1 diabetes is a condition in which the body does not produce insulin and cannot convert sugar, starches and other food into energy. Generally...

Hormone Combination Shows Promise in the Treatment of Obesity and Diabetes

This article was first published on Science Daily A new treatment combining two hormones can reduce appetite, according to new research presented today at the...

40 winks crucial say scientists

Just a week of inadequate sleep can alter the activity of hundreds of genes, which may help scientists explain how wakeful nights can lead...

Research to uncover the mysteries of diabetes get funded

Research toward understanding the developmental risk of type 1 diabetes is a step closer after a major funding grant to The University of Queensland's...

Biological clock disruptions lead to obesity, diabetes and heart attacks

Disruption in the body’s biological clock (circadian rhythm) can lead not only to obesity, but can also increase the risk of diabetes and heart...

Ulcer bacteria Helicobacter pylori may protect against diarrhea

Helicobacter pylori is found beneficial against diarrhea. PEOPLE who harbor ulcer-causing bacteria in their stomachs may be protected against some diarrheal diseases, an Israeli study...

NCDs are sickness of poverty not of affluence

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of deaths worldwide. In 2008, of the 57 million deaths,...

Tweaking genetic codes a near reality

You have to wonder what's going on in the DNA of Harvard genetics professor George Church. What extra bit of code does he have that...

New genes for diabetes in South Asians found

Scientists have reported six new genes linked to a common form of diabetes among South Asians. The genes turned up in a six-country ‘Genome Wide...

Low-cost solutions to lower noncommunicable diseases revealed

A new WHO study reveals that low-income countries could introduce a core set of strategies to prevent and treat cancer, heart disease, diabetes and...

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