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Study: Got a Craving for Fast Food? Skip the Coffee!

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[01/04/2011] Eating a fatty fast food meal is never good for you, but washing that meal down with a coffee is even worse, according to a new University of Guelph study.Study: Got a Craving for Fast Food? Skip the Coffee! - Read more

Early Signs: Heart disease in preadolescent children with type 1 diabetes

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[01/04/2011] Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in patients with diabetes. Patients with type 1diabetes have a 200 percent to 400 percent greater chance of developing cardiovascular disease than those without diabetes. Early Signs: Heart disease in preadolescent children with type 1 diabetes - Read more

Metabolite Levels: May Be able to Improve Diabetes Risk Prediction

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[21/03/2011] Type 2 diabetes: In a report receiving a team led by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers describes finding that levels of five amino acids not only indicated increased diabetes risk in a general population but also could differentiate, among individuals with traditional risk factors such as obesity, those most likely to actually develop diabetes. Metabolite Levels: May Be able to Improve Diabetes Risk Prediction - Read more

Diseases: Revolutionary Treatments Developed

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[03/03/2011] An international team of leading scientists – including Professor George Dickson from Royal Holloway, University of London – have revealed new gene and stem cell therapies that will revolutionise the treatment of many rare and several common acquired diseases for which no current cure exists. Diseases: Revolutionary Treatments Developed - Read more

Insulin Resistance: Molecular Pathway Holds Therapeutic Promise

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[24/02/2011] A research team has shed new light on the problem of insulin resistance, and identified the key participants in a molecular pathway that holds therapeutic promise for reducing the severity of type 2 diabetes.Insulin Resistance: Molecular Pathway Holds Therapeutic Promise - Read more

Diabetes in Children: Convenient Blood Test Not Effective Enough for Diagnosis

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[23/02/2011] Doctors are increasingly using a convenient blood glucose test for diagnosing diabetes and pre-diabetes, but a study by the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital shows it's not the best way to diagnose diabetes in children. Diabetes in Children: Convenient Blood Test Not Effective Enough for Diagnosis - Read more

Overview of the topics of the year

MEDICA.de informed, researched and asks for. Are you looking for information about health policy, medicine, technology or research? In our archive you will definitely find them. Just find out more about the topics of the month in the overview of the year. Overview of the topics of the year - Read more

Culprit Found: Increased Stroke Injury with Diabetes

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[24/01/2011] Strokes are a leading cause of mortality and adult disability. Those that involve intracerebral hemorrhage are especially deadly, and there are no effective treatments to control such bleeding. Culprit Found: Increased Stroke Injury with Diabetes - Read more

Rare Genetic Disease: Skin Provides Australia’s First Adult Stem Cells

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[14/01/2011] Scientists have developed Australia’s first adult induced pluripotent stem cell lines using skin biopsies from patients with the rare genetic disease Friedreich Ataxia (FA).Rare Genetic Disease: Skin Provides Australia’s First Adult Stem Cells - Read more

Analysis of Medical Database: New Markers for Allergic Disorders

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[12/01/2011] Researchers at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have developed new methods for analysing medical databases that can be used to identify diagnostic markers more quickly and to personalise medication for allergic disorders. They could also reduce the need for animal trials in clinical studies.Analysis of Medical Database: New Markers for Allergic Disorders - Read more