Cynthia Sass, a nutritionist and registered dietitian, was on the broadcast to discuss a “60 Minutes” report by Dr. Sanjay Gupta which explored studies indicating that sugar – more than any other substance – is linked to obesity, type-2 diabetes, hypertension and heart disease… Click here for the CBS News Report. Click here to learn [...]
In a stroke of shocking good luck the profile subject developed Type 2 diabetes during the study, allowing researchers to follow in real time the molecular changes that took place as the illness progressed… Click here for the complete report. Click here to learn more about Type 2 diabetes.
New FDA Guidelines for Testing Artificial Pancreas… Click here to read the entire WebMD report. Click here to learn more about Type 1 Diabetes.
Every little bit helps, a new government study suggests. Meeting just one of five key health goals reduces your odds of developing diabetes in middle age by roughly one-third, the study estimates, and the more goals you meet, the lower your risk falls, even if you have a family history of diabetes… Click here to [...]
The KLF14 gene acts as a master switch to control other genes… Click here to view the complete MSNBC report. Click here to learn more about metabolic diseases.
Stem cells, and their potential to help scientists understand and cure ills including diabetes, cancer and heart disease — have been capturing attention among researchers for years… Click here to read the entire Los Angeles Times article. Click here for more information on stem cell research.
In the latest research to test the concept of an artificial pancreas for the management of type 1 diabetes, British researchers report that they were able to improve blood sugar control and reduce the risk of dangerous low blood sugars overnight… Click here to access the entire Bloomberg Business Week report. Click here for more [...]
Most people who treat their Type I Diabetes must still rely on pricking their finger and testing their blood several times everyday… Click here to read the entire article. You may have to scroll down a bit to view it. Click here to learn more about diabetes.
That’s the suggestion made by a new study of how information from “personal genomics” companies has influenced their customers… Click here to read the entire report. Click here for more information on personal genomics.
A protein called perforin punches holes in and kills rogue cells in our bodies, researchers at Monash University and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne and Birkbeck College in London have found… Click here to read the complete report. Click here for more information on perforin.