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- The Japan TimesJul 27 01:45 PM
NEW YORK – The prevalence of diabetes, particularly type 2 diabetes, is rapidly increasing in most countries in the world. The increase of cases in Russia is a cause for concern — one out of every two people do not know they have the disease — as initially it does not show any symptoms.
- EurekAlert!Jul 27 06:23 AM
( James Cook University ) A 20-year study by James Cook University scientists has found a strong link between diabetes and tuberculosis in tropical Australia.
- WebMDJul 28 08:09 AM
Diabetes news and statistics from WebMD.
- IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJul 28 02:41 AM
Melbourne, July 28 (IANS) A 20-year study has found that people with diabetes are seven times more likely to develop tuberculosis (TB) than the general population. "If a person has diabetes they are up to seven times more likely to contract TB compared to the general population," said one of the researchers Tahnee Bridson from James Cook University in Townsville in Queensland, Australia.
- RTE NewsJul 27 03:24 AM
Diabetes Ireland has said everyone with diabetes should have an annual check up on their feet in order to avoid the risk of amputation.
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 05:01 AM
(Reuters) - Merck & Co Inc reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit and boosted its full-year earnings forecast as demand for its diabetes and cancer drugs increased. The company also said it expects to reap benefits from its $8.4 billion purchase of Cubist Pharmaceuticals, the maker of blockbuster antibiotic Cubicin. Sales of Merck's diabetes drug, Januvia, rose 1.3 percent to $1.6 ...
- U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsJul 20 04:00 AM
In 2014, the International Diabetes Foundation reported 387 million people in the world have diabetes, with millions of cases going undiagnosed. Most people associate diabetes with excessive sugar intake or unhealthy living and think having diabetes means constantly taking shots of insulin. In fact, many don't realize there are actually a variety of diabetes that affect people in different ways.
- Science DailyJul 27 08:05 AM
Scientists have developed a molecule that acts as an exercise mimic, which could potentially help treat type 2 diabetes and obesity. The new molecule, called 'compound 14', inhibits the function of a cellular enzyme called ATIC, which is involved in metabolism, leading to the build-up of a molecule called ZMP in cells. This increase in ZMP makes cells think that they have run out of energy by ...
- The HinduJul 26 06:06 PM
Diabetes Mellitus, with an affected population of 387 million across the world, has been identified as the major epidemic of the century, according to P.G. Latha, Director, Jawaharlal Nehru Tropica...
- GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! FinanceJul 22 08:00 AM
Dublin, July 22, 2015-- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Disease" report to their offering. There has been a dramatic increase ...
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