Monthly Archives: May 2003
FDA announced a recall of three lots of 90-count bottles of the cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor.
Researchers successfully cured 91 percent of infants of a rare but serious condition called focal congenital hyperinsulinism.
A new approach to providing medication for adult diabetics that is not dependent on insulin has been developed.
Study Identifies Potential Target for Diabetes Drugs: Mutated Protein Combination Tied To Excessive Sugar...
Researchers have traced runaway sugar production in the liver – an important feature of diabetes.
Low levels of an enzyme that degrades insulin could increase the risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Children are becoming obese as young as 3 years old, and obese 10-year-olds are showing abnormal liver function and abnormally high insulin levels, which may lead to type 2 diabetes.
An anti-inflammatory drug called lisofylline could be beneficial for people at risk for Type 1 diabetes.
Insulin resistance is likely a major cause of heart disease in people with type 1 diabetes.
97 percent of patients who underwent laparoscopic Roux-en Y gastric bypass surgery for obesity had resolution or improvement of their type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Physiologists has produced evidence that the gastric emptying, or nutrient absorption, for specific foods, may hold the answer for dietary management of deadly illnesses.
A gene therapy developed by researchers has apparently cured diabetes in mice.
Millions of people suffering from diabetes mellitus may be spared the ordeal of pricking their fingers several times a day to test blood sugar levels.