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Laboratory testing is health care's single highest volume activity, with over 5 billion tests performed each year in the U.S.
Soon diabetics may be able to use a pain-free breathalyzer device to easily monitor their blood-glucose levels.
In a published paper in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, scientists describe a newly developed sensor that is able to monitor nitric oxide in living animals and could potentially become a valuable asset to diabetic patients in the future.
The Prediabetes Center of Pittsburgh will be attending the American Diabetes Association EXPO with prediabetes risk surveys and a chance to win a two-year supply of nutrition bars.
Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine have found a more accurate method to screen for bacterial meningococcal infection in its early stages, when it's hardest to detect.
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