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In a surprising study, Oregon State University researchers found
that no matter how much stress they placed on mice from either a
high-fat diet or strenuous exercise, the animals' mitochondria were
able to adapt and continue their normal processes.
The findings could have major...
Genetics is a major factor when it comes to the risk of
developing autoimmune conditions such as type 1 diabetes.
In human cells, a person's genome - about 1.8 metres of DNA - is
compressed inside the nucleus via a three-dimensional folding
process. Specialized proteins decode the genetic...
Researchers from the University of Queensland are looking for
men and women with type 2 diabetesto participate in an
exercise training study involving 8-24 weeks of exercise
intervention, followed by sixmonths of self-directed exercise
To be eligible, you must be...
Researchers in the US
have developed a smart insulin-delivery patch that could one day
monitor and manage glucose levels in people living with diabetes
and deliver the necessary insulin dosage. The adhesive patch, about
the size of a 10 cent piece, is intended for once-a-day use.
Regular exercise changes the composition of the
gut bacteria and may play a crucial role in skeletal muscle
function and endurance.
The recently published review of the top studies published in
exercise metabolism conducted by John Hawley, Director of
Australian Catholic University's Mary...
New cases of type 1
diabetes are increasing worldwide. However, scientists and
researchers have struggled to identify a direct cause.
Many have questioned if changes in the environment or lifestyle
have impacted the condition. A newly released paper published in The Lancet Diabetes &...
Scientists have examined a key receptor for
the first time at high resolution - broadening understanding of how
it might function, and opening the door to future improvements in
treating conditions such as type 2 diabetes - a significant global
Study suggests noninvasive
spectroscopy could be used to monitor blood glucose
People living with with diabetes have to test their blood
glucose levels several times a day to make sure they are not
getting too high or too low. Studies have shown that more than half
Researchers at the University of Plymouth and Nestlé have
revealed new insights into the factors that predispose children to
developing type 2 diabetes in adult life.
The findings have emerged from a unique study, EarlyBird, that followed 300
healthy children in Plymouth, UK, for 15...
Researchers in South Korea, have developed smart technology that
allows for the diagnosis of diabetes and
Professor Sei Kwang Hahn and his team from POSTECH have invented
a smart photonic contact lens and a wearable medical device which