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Paul Spivak invents another revolutionary product. Mentor, Ohio (PRWEB) October 07, 2011 According to company president, Paul Spivak, this patented scientific
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.
Contrary to what you might think, cancer and diabetes appear to have some biology in common.
Researchers at the John G. Rangos Sr. Research Center at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have identified a powerful molecular pathway that regulates the liver's management of insulin and new glucose production, which could lead to new therapies for diabetes.
If the brain goes hungry, Twinkies look a lot better.
All cells need glucose (sugar) to produce the energy they need to survive.
University of Illinois scientists have engineered a new strain of yeast that converts seaweed into biofuel in half the time it took just months ago.
Obesity and type 2 diabetes have long been linked, but a new study has discovered exactly how high-fat diets serve as a catalyst for a sequence of events that ultimately lead to the onset of the disease.
Nutri-Med Logic Corp investigation in the role of nutrients to improve metabolism of carbohydrates (glucose), expanding on the the Redox article of "Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine", shows a strong relationship between R-Alpha Lipoic and Redox Imbalance, seen in Obesity and Diabetes. Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 09, 2011 Nutri-Med Logic Corp.: Benefits of proper diet with R-Alpha Lipoic in Obesity and Diabetes. Redox Imbalance is not exclusive to over-production of free radicals, as stated...
A new study has created an analog of what researchers think the first multicellular cooperation might have looked like, showing that yeast cellsâ€”in an environment that requires them to work for their foodâ€”grow and reproduce better in multicellular clumps than singly.
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