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'Allergen Immunotherapy' Like Approach to Treat Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which the body loses its ability to produce insulin. During the development of the disease, the body's
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Mitochondria Size Could be Key to Maintaining Blood Sugar Within a Safe Range

Low blood sugar can be as dangerous as high blood sugar. Changes in the size of mitochondria in a small subset of brain cells, may play a crucial role
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Growing New Pancreatic Cells May Help Diabetes Patients

Reprograming liver cells into the precursor cells can give rise to the pancreatic cells by altering the single gene activity. A research team from the
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Diabetic Kidney Disease Prevented for the First Time

The progression of Diabetic Kidney Disease (DKD) has been successfully prevented for the first time by an Australian pharmaceutical company. DKD is an
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Exposure to Air Pollution Linked to Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes has quadrupled in the past four decades, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If the trend continues, one in three Americans will have diabetes by 2050.
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In Mumbai, Over 10,000 People Screened for Diabetes During a Diabetes Mela

A medical camp inaugurated by Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde, was organised to check the health status of the people living with the risk of diabetes.
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Diabetes Accounts for More US Deaths Than Previously Thought

In the United States, diabetes accounts for 12 percent of deaths, a significantly higher percentage than previous research revealed, making it the third-leading
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Deaths from Diabetes Significantly Underestimated in the United States

Diabetes is associated with a number of diseases and disabilities, including ischemic heart disease, renal disease and visual impairment. Its prevalence
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Clinical Trial of Unani Medicine for Diabetes Soon: Aligarh Muslim University

More than 62 million people in India are currently diagnosed with diabetes. The government of India's Institutional Ethical Committee has given the nod
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Painless (and) #147;Smart Patch" Developed to Deliver Insulin

A painless "smart" patch that monitors the blood glucose level and releases insulin automatically when the level raises is developed by a research team from the American Chemical Society.
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