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York research spotlights male healthcare attitudes

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Photo: Man balancing an apple on a book [10/12/2014] A researcher at the University of York, studying male attitudes towards self-managing long-term healthcare issues, has discovered that self-management support is better received by men if it does not threaten aspects of masculine identity.York research spotlights male healthcare attitudes - Read more

"Type 2 diabetes is not an age issue, but rather a self-inflicted lifestyle concern"

Health is not just our greatest wealth, but also our most important economic asset. This is why different lectures are devoted to this topic on the "World Health Day" during the MEDICA ECON FORUM by TK. Dr. Ralph Schomaker is the Medical Director at the Center for Sports Medicine in Münster, Germany."Type 2 diabetes is not an age issue, but rather a self-inflicted lifestyle concern" - Read more

Cellular extensions with a large effect

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Photo: Woman takes blood sample for sugar test [10/11/2014] Tiny extensions on cells, cilia, play an important role in insulin release, according to a new study. The researchers report that the cilia of beta cells in the pancreas are covered with insulin receptors and that changed ciliary function can be associated with the development of type 2 diabetes.Cellular extensions with a large effect - Read more

World Diabetes Day: Healthy living with diabetes

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Photo: Yogurt with fruits [10/11/2014] A healthy lifestyle is essential . Therefore, this year’s World Diabetes Day (November 14th) takes place under the motto "Healthy eating begins with breakfast". Since 2006, the second official UN awareness day unites the global diabetes community and appeals to the awareness of diabetes.World Diabetes Day: Healthy living with diabetes - Read more

MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE: Preventing diabetes from affecting the kidneys

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[03/11/2014] November 14, 2014 is World Diabetes Day – and MEDICA is also concerned with this metabolic disorder: several lectures at the MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE are dedicated to the so-called “sugar disease” that affects 382 million people worldwide. The Conference addresses the damages caused by the disease, its prevention and therapy.MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE: Preventing diabetes from affecting the kidneys - Read more

New test could identify infants with rare insulin disease

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Photo: Diabetes device [24/10/2014] A rare form of a devastating disease which causes low blood sugar levels in babies and infants may now be recognised earlier thanks to a new test developed by researchers from The University of Manchester. New test could identify infants with rare insulin disease - Read more

Continuous glucose monitoring: “Our method is based on the principles of infrared photometry“

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[22/10/2014] Patients in intensive care units do not just have to struggle with the consequences of a severe injury or disease – they are also subject to acute glucose fluctuations that compromise the healing success. These sometimes happen so quickly that they cannot be caught in time with existing discrete measurement methods.Continuous glucose monitoring: “Our method is based on the principles of infrared photometry“ - Read more

Personalized treatment for stress-related diabetes

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Photo: ECG, cigarettes, sugar and the word stress [16/10/2014] Researchers at Lund University in Sweden are testing a treatment for type 2 diabetes which targets the disease mechanism itself - and not just the symptoms. For the first time, knowledge about the individual patient's genetic risk profile is being used. The treatment completely restores the capacity to secrete insulin, which is impaired by the risk gene.Personalized treatment for stress-related diabetes - Read more

Attacking type 2 diabetes from a new direction

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Photo: Victor Shengkan Jin [06/10/2014] Type 2 diabetes affects an estimated 28 million Americans according to the American Diabetes Association, but medications now available only treat symptoms, not the root cause of the disease. New research from Rutgers shows promising evidence that a modified form of a different drug, niclosamide – now used to eliminate intestinal parasites – may hold the key to battling the disease at its source. Attacking type 2 diabetes from a new direction - Read more

Diabetes researchers find faster way to create insulin-producing cells

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Photo: Woman testing her insulin level [15/09/2014] University of British Columbia has published a study highlighting a protocol to convert stem cells into insulin-producing cells. The new procedure could be an important step in the fight against Type 1 diabetes. Diabetes researchers find faster way to create insulin-producing cells - Read more

 
 

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