Monthly Archives: September 2003
A new animal study suggests that protein kinase C may contribute to reduced erectile response for some.
New findings suggest altered kidney regulation of COX-2 occurs at very early stage in obesity-related diabetic nephropathy.
Obesity specialists from physicians and researchers to pharmacologists and psychologists, showed significant anti-fat bias according to a recent study
Reducing the amount of sodium in a person's diet does not increase blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Taking a brisk half-hour walk every day can decrease a person's risk of developing diabetes regardless of their weight.
Drugs that treat diabetes may also be effective against some cancers.
Researchers have decoded the step-by-step process by which a class of anti-diabetes drugs inhibits cancerous tumor growth.
Researchers have identified a biochemical feedback system that could explain why some people crave comfort foods when they are chronically stressed.
Two diabetes medications taken by more than 6 million Americans may lead to serious side effects.
Exercising and losing weight can significantly reduce the overproduction of insulin and lower the blood pressure of patients with Syndrome X.
Animals were cured of their diabetes for the duration of the experiment, which lasted 15 weeks.
An engineered mouse now seems able to resist the onset of diabetes.