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2011-11-07 17:17:28

Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have demonstrated for the first time that the brain is a key player in regulating glucose (sugar) metabolism in humans.

2011-11-04 23:00:27

It has long been known that cancer cells use nutrients differently than normal cells.

2011-10-26 07:00:00

PositiveID Corporation (OTCBB: PSID) the parent company of the iglucoseâ„¢ system is bringing the future technology of diabeties management to consumers now has created a comprehensive video presentation

2011-10-21 09:09:05

The condition tuberous sclerosis, due to mutation in one of two tumor suppressor genes, TSC1 or TSC2, causes the growth of non-malignant tumors throughout the body and skin.

2011-10-17 16:30:00

Scientists may someday be able to develop therapies that target this pathway to treat or prevent a variety of diseases, including diabetes as reported by DiabeticLive.com. Orlando,

2011-10-17 07:00:00

PositiveID Corporation (OTCBB: PSID), the parent company of the iglucoseâ„¢ system, is bringing the future technology of diabetes management to consumers now.

2011-10-07 07:00:00

Paul Spivak invents another revolutionary product. Mentor, Ohio (PRWEB) October 07, 2011 According to company president, Paul Spivak, this patented scientific

2011-10-03 05:48:54

What do you know; two culprits turn out to be related! Cancer and diabetes appear to have some biology in common. A pathway that initially drew attention for its role in embryonic stem cells and cancer also influences the odds that mice develop or resist diabetes.

2011-09-29 22:53:02

Contrary to what you might think, cancer and diabetes appear to have some biology in common.


Word of the Day
ultimo
  • In the month which preceded the present; in the last month, as distinguished from the current or present month and all others.
  • In the month which preceded the present; in the last month, as distinguished from the current or present month and all others.
The word 'ultimo' comes from the Latin phrase 'ultimo mense', 'in the last month'.
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