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2010-03-22 10:40:11

A genetic accident in the sea more than 500 million years ago has provided new insight into diabetes, according to research from Queen Mary, University of London. Professor Maurice Elphick, from Queen Mary's School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, says his findings could help to explain a rare form of the disease that causes sufferers to urinate more than three liters every day. As reported in the journal Gene, Professor Elphick has discovered that some marine animals produce 'NG...

2009-05-21 09:41:18

Gestational diabetes happens in more than three per cent of pregnancies in Ontario. Usually the condition resolves itself after delivery, but many studies have shown that these women are at a very high risk for developing "regular" type 2 diabetes later in life. New research out of the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) has found that even women with mild abnormalities in their blood sugar during pregnancy, previously thought not to have any clinical significance, are 2.5 times...

2008-07-15 12:01:01

-- GelVac(tm) Nasal Powder Platform Delivers Peptide Arginine-Vasopressin (AVP) Into Systemic Circulation -- Peptide Widely Used to Control Urine Output in Patients With Diabetes Insipidus -- Additional Commercial Opportunities Could Include a Treatment for Heart Failure -- Formulation Stable at Room Temperature For More Than 18 Months IRVING, Texas, July 15, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- DelSite, Inc. (OTCBB:CARN) announced that its GelVac(tm) intranasal powder...

2008-07-07 15:00:11

Together with the Histiocytosis Association of America (HAA), EHE International is helping spread the word about a rare blood disorder called histiocytosis. The HAA and EHE have created a 115 square foot display window at 10 Rockefeller Plaza that will be featured for the entire month of July. "We hope to educate people about the disease, and encourage them to recognize and act on any Histiocytosis risk factors and warning signs they might discover," said Deborah McKeever, President of EHE...

2005-07-19 13:35:43

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colorado (July 19, 2005) "“ Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) occurs far more frequently than generally believed. Although estimates vary widely, when combined with the milder afflictions of Alcohol Related Birth Defects (ARBD) and several others, the Centers for Disease Control puts the frequency of FAS/ARBD as high as one in 100. Researchers at Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, showed that by including choline, a U.S.-required ingredient in baby formula, in the...


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