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This Is Why Some People Have A Bottle Cap On The Back Of Their Arm.
Science & Tech  (tags: Bottle Cap, Diabetes, New Technology, Devon, United Kingdom )

Derek
- 387 days ago - devonlive.com
A piece of technology that looks like a grey bottle cap stuck on the back of someones arm is helping people with diabetes. Diabetes UK say users generally wear a sensor for about 14 days before needing to insert a new one.
Gene Discovered That Contributes to Diabetes
Science & Tech  (tags: Diabetes, research, discovery, gene, Type2, hormone insulin, identification, genetic variations, Insulin Receptor Substrate 1 )

Rosemary
- 3542 days ago - elements4health.com
A team of international researchers have identified a gene in people with type 2 diabetes that affects how the body's muscle cells respond to the hormone insulin. This discovery could lead to a better understanding of how type 2 diabetes develops. ...
Breakthrough Discovery Reveals How Circadian Rhythm-Cell Energy Link Can Lead To New Treatments
Science & Tech  (tags: Biology, Biochemistry, Cancer, Oncology, Diabetes, Obesity, Weight Loss, Fitness )

Kekuhouma
- 3719 days ago - medicalnewstoday.com
These findings have far-reaching implications, from providing greater insights into the bond between the body's day-night patterns and metabolism to creating new ways to treat cancer, diabetes, obesity and a host of related diseases.
Next-Generation Sequencing Uncovers Genetic Variation Linking Type 1 Diabetes With Enterovirus Infection
Science & Tech  (tags: Diabetes, genetics, study, research )

Kekuhouma
- 3725 days ago - medicalnewstoday.com
The study presents a novel insight into the genetic basis of type 1 diabetes, a common autoimmune disorder that results in the destruction of insulin-producing pancreatic cells, a disease-associated gene that appear to lower the risk was isolated.
Byetta - Life Extender for Diabetics or Coincidence?
Science & Tech  (tags: research, clinical trial, diabetes, Byetta, Eli Lilly, Amylin, gila monster )

RC
- 3939 days ago - nytimes.com
The injectable drug Byetta, a synthesized form of gila monster saliva, seems to help diabetics live longer. This was an unexpected finding in a major medical clinical trial. But the manufacturers of Byetta haven't pushed the findings - yet.
   

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