17 Apr 2014
Melbourne: Australian scientists claim to have developed a new trial vaccine that offers the most promising treatment for Melanoma that has spread, with increased patient survival rates and improved ability to stop or reverse the cancer.
18 Apr 2014
London: Scientists have for the first time used MRI scanning to confirm the presence of 'brown fat' in a living adult, an advance that paves way for new therapies to fight diabetes and obesity.
02 Apr 2014
New York: A young Indian scientist has developed a potential non-insulin drug candidate for diabetic patients that can help eliminate the risk of low-blood glucose shock in case of an insulin overdose.
03 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Researchers have reportedly discovered a specific ingredient in chocolate that may help in preventing obesity and type-2 diabetes.
01 Apr 2014
Washington: In a heartening news for patients with severe ischemic heart disease and heart failure, a new human trial shows that stem cells, when injected directly into the heart muscle, are effective for failing hearts.
27 Mar 2014
London: He is 67 and a pensioner but full of energy. Suffering from type 2 diabetes a while ago, this man now claims that he has cured himself of diabetes after doing two intense 12-minute workouts a week.
31 Mar 2014
New York: Teenagers with stronger muscles have a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes later in life, says a study. Strong kids also have lower body mass index (BMI), lower percent body fat, smaller waist circumferences and higher fitness levels.
21 Mar 2014
Washington: In a breakthrough, Indian-origin scientists have identified a potential new therapeutic target for controlling high blood sugar - a finding that could help millions suffering from type 2 diabetes worldwide.
25 Mar 2014
Berlin: In a study published in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology journal, Scientists have linked disturbed sleep to the development of metabolic disorders, including type 2 diabetes.
22 Mar 2014
Melbourne: Australian researchers have found that there is an association between pancreatic cancer and diabetes. Researchers from the University of Melbourne reviewed data from 1973 to 2013 to conclude there was a time-dependent link between being diagnosed with diabetes and pancreatic cancer.