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Researchers One Step Closer To Creating Oral Insulin

researchers have shown that designer molecules can interact with the body's insulin receptor.

Vitamins Good For Some Older Diabetic Women, Bad For Others

Antioxidant vitamins can be friend or foe for older women with diabetes.

Compound Shows Promise As Vaccine-Like Drug For Preventing Type 1 Diabetes

Researchers have identified a compound that shows promise in animal studies of becoming the first effective drug for the prevention of type 1 diabetes.

Eri Patents Treatments For Insulin Resistance In Diabetes Accompanying Obesity

Researchers have patented a method of reducing insulin resistance.

Continuous Insulin Monitoring Does Not Raise Hospital Costs

Patients with diabetes whose glucose is continually monitored after coronary bypass artery graft surgery do not incur higher medical costs despite the additional testing.

Cinnamon May Help To Alleviate Diabetes

Cinnamon may be more than a spice, it may have a medical application in preventing and combating diabetes.

High-Fat Fast-Food Breakfast Produces Rush Of Inflammatory Factors Into Blood Stream

A breakfast of Egg McMuffin and hash browns may taste good, but its high-fat, high-carbohydrate content wreaks havoc in the body's blood vessels.

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