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Proteomics investigation suggests a group of 68 serum proteins elevated in T2 diabetes

Original article here: http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0003224 A group of Shanghai-based researchers took…

Started by tmana

0 Sep 16, 2008

senate passes the ADA Amendments Act

thought i would pass this along. September 11, 2008 Senate Passes the ADA Amendments Act By: Tyler Lewis On September 11, the U.S. Senat…

Started by debb

0 Sep 15, 2008

Beloit College football team partners against disease

http://www.beloitdailynews.com/articles/2008/09/12/sports/local_sports/sports01.txt

Started by Charles

2 Sep 14, 2008
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Survey suggests one third of men with diabetes not familiar with the condition's symptoms.

WebMD (9/11, Wilbert) reported that, according to a survey conducted by the American Diabetes Association, "only 30 percent of men with dia…

Started by Sohair Abdel-Rahman

1 Sep 13, 2008
Reply by Judith

Patients who tightly control diabetes immediately after diagnosis may have lower risk of complication later, study suggests.

In the Los Angeles Times's (9/10, Dennis) Booster Shots blog, Tami Dennis wrote that, for patients with diabetes, "blood glucose control is…

Started by Sohair Abdel-Rahman

1 Sep 13, 2008
Reply by Judith

CU Releases groundbreaking diabetes study

,In the news, CGM's; "one of the most important findings in clinical diabetes research to-date." Read the Online Article. Now maybe the i…

Started by Kristy

0 Sep 11, 2008

Researchers say physical activity may offset genetic predisposition for obesity.

The AP (9/9, Tanner) reports that through a study of Amish families living in Lancaster, Pa., researchers at the University of Maryland dis…

Started by Sohair Abdel-Rahman

0 Sep 10, 2008

Preventive medicine specialist advocates for treatment of pre-diabetes.

In the Los Angeles Times's (9/8) The M.D. column, Dr. Valerie Ulene, a board-certified specialist in preventive medicine, writes that diagn…

Started by Sohair Abdel-Rahman

1 Sep 9, 2008
Reply by Jenny

Once weekly formulation of Byetta may control blood sugar more effectively than older, twice daily formulation, study suggests.

HealthDay (9/7, Mundell) reported, "A new once-a-week formulation of the injectable diabetes drug Byetta (exenatide) controls blood sugar e…

Started by Sohair Abdel-Rahman

0 Sep 8, 2008

Researchers link type 2 diabetes, low testosterone levels in young men.

MedPage Today (9/5) reported, "Young men with type 2 diabetes have low levels of testosterone, leaving them at risk for infertility, athero…

Started by Sohair Abdel-Rahman

0 Sep 8, 2008

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