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Nanotech-Enabled Moisturizer Speeds Healing of Diabetic Skin Wounds

Spherical nucleic acids silence gene that interferes with wound healing ...

Children at risk for diabetes show immune response after oral insulin

CU Anschutz researcher says finding may lay groundwork for future vaccine ... Full story

Type 1 Diabetes: First hurdle taken on the way to an insulin vaccine

Dresden, Neuherberg -Scientists from the DFG Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden, TU Dresden and the Institute of Diabetes Research, Helmholtz Zentrum München, together with researchers from Vienna, Bristol and Denver (USA) have successfully completed the first step in development of an insulin vaccine to prevent type 1 diabetes: As reported by these diabetes researchers in the current edition of the renowned scientific journal JAMA, evaluations of the international Pre-POINT study point to a positive immune response in persons at risk for the disease who were given oral doses of insulin. Adverse reactions such as hypoglycaemia were not observed. ... Full story

NYU Researchers Find Diabetes Perceptions Vary According to Risk Factors

Perceptions among adults at-risk may differ from those with frank diabetes ... Full story

Deciphering the New Cholesterol Treatment Guidelines for People with Diabetes

It is no secret that maintaining healthy cholesterol levels is an important part of sustaining your overall well-being, especially if you have diabetes. ... Full story

Kids with type 1 diabetes almost five times as likely to be hospitalised

Children with type 1 diabetes run almost five times the risk of being admitted to hospital for any reason as their peers, finds research published in the online journal BMJ Open. ... Full story

Children with type 1 diabetes at fivefold risk of hospitalisation

Welsh data shows pre-schoolers and those from disadvantaged backgrounds most at risk ... Full story

Type II Diabetes Patients Gain Weight While Taking Common Medication, And Researchers Know Why

ATLANTA—Medication used to treat patients with type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people taking this drug to gain more body fat, according to researchers at Georgia State University, Oregon Health and Science University, Georgia Regents University and Charlie Norwood Veterans Administration Medical Center. ... Full story

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