Monthly Archives: March 2004
Experiments have shown that we eat more when we're given more and that large portions may be contributing to the obesity epidemic.
Researchers hope to discover new therapeutic approaches to prevent the loss of fat tissues and prevent or possibly delay the onset of metabolic complications.
Ontario diabetics live 12 to 13 years less than people without the disease, says a new study.
Researchers have developed a novel optical glucose sensor that could be used to provide continuous monitoring of glucose levels in diabetics.
A brain region involved in emotional and intellectual processes appears to also play an unsuspected role in the body's visceral response to dangerously low blood sugar levels.
Expert will examine how obesity-associated diabetes leads to cardiovascular disease, in hopes of ultimately breaking this dangerous progression.
Researchers have uncovered a link between two cyst-forming diseases that affect the kidneys.
A clinical study comparing three treatments of type 2 diabetes in children and teens has begun in 12 medical centers and their affiliated sites around the country.
Researcher says parents, especially minority parents, now need to be concerned about Type 2 or adult-onset diabetes.
Researchers have developed a method for scanning the entire human genome to successfully map the location of key gene regulators, mutated forms of which are known to cause type 2 diabetes.
n experimental cross-species transplant to treat diabetes has passed an early test in rats with better-than-expected results.