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New therapy speeds up wound healing

New therapy speeds up wound healing

27 Mar 2015

New York: People can soon cut down the time taken to heal their everyday cuts and burns by half with the help of a new therapy developed by researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University here.

therapy,   wound healing,   speeds healing,   cuts and burns,   diabetes,  
Why <strong>diabetes</strong> drug makes people fat

Why diabetes drug makes people fat

26 Mar 2015

New York:  Medication used to treat patients with Type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people to gain more body fat, new research has found.

diabetes,   drug,   Type II diabetes,   brain cells,   hunger ,   body fat,  
Whole grain diets reduce premature death risk

Whole grain diets reduce premature death risk

24 Mar 2015

New York: Eating every day a diet high in whole grains and cereal fibres may reduce your risk of premature death, suggests a new study.

Whole grain,   Whole grain diets,   premature death,   death risk,   diabetes,  
Blood tests unnecessary for women during acne <strong>treatment</strong>

Blood tests unnecessary for women during acne treatment

23 Mar 2015

New York:  For young, healthy women taking a drug to treat hormonal acne, frequent blood tests are nothing but unnecessary health care expenses, researchers have said.

Blood test,   Women,   Acne treatment,   Health care,   Dermatology,   Spironolactone,  
Breakthrough in genetic cancer <strong>treatment</strong>

Breakthrough in genetic cancer treatment

20 Mar 2015

Wellington: Deadly stomach and breast cancers that are genetically inherited could be treated or even prevented with existing drugs identified by New Zealand cancer researchers.

genetic cancer treatment,   breast cancers,   mutated gene,   Human cells,  
Stem cells implant may help reverse <strong>diabetes</strong>

Stem cells implant may help reverse diabetes

20 Mar 2015

Toronto:  Sweets anyone? Even diabetics may hope to gobble up one or two without feeling guilty as researchers have found that Type 2 diabetes can be better treated with a combination of stem cells implants and conventional diabetes drugs.

Stem cells,   Reverse diabetes,   Type 2 diabetes,   Drugs,  
Glenmark Pharma down over 4 percent; market capitalisation erodes by Rs 1,015 crore

Glenmark Pharma down over 4 percent; market capitalisation erodes by Rs 1,015 crore

23 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Shares of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals on Monday lost 4.51 percent after the Delhi high court barred it from making, marketing or selling its anti-diabetes medicines.

Glenmark Pharma,   Market capitalisation,   Delhi high court,   Anti diabetes medicines,   Patent,   MSD,  
Stem cells implant may help reverse <strong>diabetes</strong>

Stem cells implant may help reverse diabetes

20 Mar 2015

Toronto: Sweets anyone? Even diabetics may hope to gobble up one or two without feeling guilty as researchers have found that Type 2 diabetes can be better treated with a combination of stem cells implants and conventional diabetes drugs.

Stem cells,   diabetes,   blood sugar,   pancrea,   glucose tolerant,  
<strong>Diabetes</strong> <strong>treatment</strong> should be localised: Study

Diabetes treatment should be localised: Study

08 Feb 2015

Washington: The factors behind the prevalence of diabetes may be affected by the geography and hence the prevention and treatment should be based on the local factors, said a study.

Diabetes,   Diabetes factors,   Diabetes symptoms,   Diabetes treatment,   Diabetes study,  
Why obese men face greater <strong>diabetes</strong> risk than women?

Why obese men face greater diabetes risk than women?

18 Mar 2015

Toronto: Obese men are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than obese women due to differences in the activity of a protein in the muscle, new research has found.

obese men,   diabetes risk,   Type 2 diabetes,   overweight,  

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