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A study published in the Nature
Medicinejournal suggests a revolutionaryinsulin
pillmay allow people withtype 1diabetesto avoid
needing to take injections.
A specialist unit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
has developed a 3cm capsule which...
Tear-testing may be the future of screening for diabetic
peripheral neuropathy, a debilitating condition that affects people
with diabetes, new research from UNSW Sydney suggests.
The study, is the first to show that peripheral nerve damage -
often the earliest sign of the condition -...
People who achieve weight loss of 10 per cent or more in the
first five years after being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes have
the greatest chance of their diabetes going into remission,
according to a study led by the University of Cambridge.
The findings suggest that it is possible to...
People in certain occupations have a higher risk of type 2
diabetes compared to those in other jobs, a nationwide Swedish
Drivers, factory workers, and cleaners are three times more
likely to develop type 2 diabetes than teachers...
A new study by Australian and American researchers is
investigating the insulin dose adjustments needed for different fat
content in food eaten by people with type 1 diabetes
People withtype 1 are being advised to adjust insulin for
dietary fat. It is known...
A new study has investigated how exposure to certain triggers
can increase the risk of type 1 diabetes.
Researchers from The Westmead Institute for Medical Research are
looking at an array of potential triggers. Results of a recent
study have shown how exposure to coxsackievirus can...
Paracetamol overuse has killed more than 200 Australians in the
past decade, according to a new study published in the Medical
Journal of Australia.
The NSW Poisons Information Centre also
reports there has been a dramatic rise in people being
admitted to hospitals for...
A new study shows a cellular connection between diabetes and
blood vessel narrowing that boosts one's risk of chronic and
potentially fatal health conditions, including stroke and heart
A team of researchers at the University of California has found
a link between...
If you live with type 2 diabetes and have been diagnosed with
peripheral neuropathy, Dr Brooke Coombes may have the offer of a
lifetime for you.
Dr Coombes and researchers at Griffith University and the
University of Queensland are recruiting for 20 participants in a
study that will...
Researchers at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Brigham
and Women's Hospitaland Harvard Medical School have found
that higher plant-based dietary patterns are associated with a
lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
This lower risk is strengthened when...