Monthly Archives: November 2012
International analysis finds that countries using high fructose corn syrup in their food supply have a 20 percent higher prevalence of type 2 diabetes.
An FDA-approved drug initially used to treat insulin resistance in diabetics has shown promise as a way to improve cognitive performance in some people with Alzheimer's disease.
New nanotechnology can be applied to a variety of immune-mediated diseases including Type 1 diabetes, food allergies and airway allergies such as asthma.
An ingredient in green tea that helps reduce blood sugar spikes in mice may lead to new diet strategies for people, according to Penn State food scientists.
People with diabetes often develop clogged arteries that cause heart disease, and new research suggests that low vitamin D levels are to blame.