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arrow Wireless sensor watches blood sugar for diabetics
9-08-2010
(Reuters) - Researchers have developed an implantable sensor that measures blood sugar continuously and transmits the information without wires -- a milestone, they said, in diabetes treatment.The device worked in one pig for more than a year and in another for nearly 10 months
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arrow Managing diabetes with tai chi
27-07-2010
Researchers have discovered that this ancient soft martial art form helps promote overall good health and lower blood sugar levels.
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arrow Black tea, chemical extracts, cells and diabetes
27-07-2010
“Scientists claim a cup of tea may help cure diabetes,” according to the Daily Mirror. The newspaper and other news sources report on research that found that somechemicals in black tea (theaflavins and thearubigins) mimic the action of insulin in the body.
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arrow Type 1 Diabetes Affects Athletic Performance, But Can Be Managed
21-07-2010
A new study led by York University researchers finds that young athletes with Type 1 diabetes may experience a marked decrease in performance as a result of their blood sugar levels.
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arrow Two Therapies Slows Progression Of Diabetic Eye Disease
21-07-2010
The VA Maryland Health Care System participated in a landmark national study of more than 10,251 high-risk diabetic adults across the nation, testing if three complementary treatment strategies can reduce the high rate of heart disease and stroke associated with type 2 diabetes and if these treatment strategies can also slow the progression of eye disease
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arrow Western food fuelling diabetes boom
19-07-2010
SYDNEY: The growing popularity of Western junk food is fuelling a diabetes boom across Southeast Asia, Australian researchers warned on Wednesday.
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