Monthly Archives: March 2002
Many obese children and adolescents have impaired glucose tolerance, a condition that often appears before the development of type 2 diabetes.
Twenty five percent of obese children and 21 percent of obese adolescents tested by Yale researchers were glucose intolerant and at high risk for developing diabetes.
Study Suggests Insulin May Have Potential to Prevent Thrombosis Leading to Heart Attack and Stroke, Reduces factors promoting clotting, platelet aggregation
Promising results from a study of therapeutic angiogenesis may translate into a future treatment option for people who suffer from chest pain caused by coronary artery disease.
Leptin Replacement Therapy Drastically Reduces Triglyceride Levels and Controls Diabetes in Certain Patients
Leptin replacement therapy drastically reduces triglyceride levels and controls diabetes in patients with lipodystrophies.
Researchers have mapped the location of a gene associated with inherited pancreatic cancer.
Obesity is spreading at an alarming rate, not just in industrialized countries but in developing countries, where obesity often sits next to malnutrition.
Myostatin might be a useful target for preventing or treating obesity and associated conditions, like diabetes.
Chinese children are likely to maintain their dietary intake patterns from childhood into adolescence, a new study has found.
Xenical support programmes shown to double weight loss success and increase patient satisfaction.