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Pancreatic cancer discovery to improve <strong>treatment</strong>

Pancreatic cancer discovery to improve treatment

26 Feb 2015

Sydney: Australian scientists on Thursday said they have discovered that tumours in the pancreas have unstable regions hidden inside their genomes, a finding that has benefits for cancer sufferers by developing personalised treatment.

Pancreatic cancer,   Pancreatic cancer treatment,   Australian scientists,   cancer,   pancreatic tumours ,  
Sticky protein may lead to novel <strong>treatment</strong> for Parkinson's disease

Sticky protein may lead to novel treatment for Parkinson's disease

26 Feb 2015

London: In what could potentially slow the progress of Parkinson's disease, researchers have developed a peptide that sticks to the protein that causes this incurable disease, stopping it from killing brain cells.

Sticky protein,   Parkinsons,   disease,   brain cells,   neurological condition ,  
 Heavy breakfast, light dinner controls blood sugar

Heavy breakfast, light dinner controls blood sugar

25 Feb 2015

London: Eating a high energy breakfast and a low energy dinner result in better blood sugar control in people with type 2 diabetes, says new research.

Heavy breakfast,   dinner,   blood sugar,   type 2 diabetes,  
Vitamin D deficiency can cause <strong>diabetes</strong>

Vitamin D deficiency can cause diabetes

24 Feb 2015

London: People who have low levels of vitamin D are more likely to have diabetes, regardless of how much they weigh, says a new study. The findings suggest that besides maintaining a healthy diet, people can reduce their risk of diabetes and other metabolic disorders by spending some time on outdoor activities.

Vitamin D,   diabetes,   healthy diet,   risk of diabetes,   metabolic disorders ,  
<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,  
Swine flu claims 51 more lives; death toll reaches 926, over 16,000 affected

Swine flu claims 51 more lives; death toll reaches 926, over 16,000 affected

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Swine flu has claimed 51 more lives raising the toll to 926 even as the number of those affected by the H1N1 virus in the country breached the 16,000 mark on Wednesday.

Swine flu,   H1N1 virus,   Swine flu deaths,   Swine flu treatment,   Swine flu medicine,  
Type 2 <strong>diabetes</strong> drug may protect against low blood sugar

Type 2 diabetes drug may protect against low blood sugar

21 Feb 2015

Washington: A group of drugs called DPP-4 used for treating type 2 diabetes are also found to be effective against low blood sugar levels by stimulating insulin production in the body, new research shows.

Type 2 diabetes,   diabetes drug,   low blood sugar,   diabetes,  
841 deaths so far due to swine flu, over 14000 affected: Nadda

841 deaths so far due to swine flu, over 14000 affected: Nadda

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The Government on Tuesday said that 841 persons have perished due to swine flu while the number of affected persons have breached the 14,500 mark even as it assured that no efforts will be spared for "effectively" dealing with the situation.

Modi Government,   Swine flu,   Swine flu deaths,   Swine flu treatment,   JP Nadda,  
 600 million to be afflicted with <strong>diabetes</strong> by 2035: Report

600 million to be afflicted with diabetes by 2035: Report

17 Feb 2015

Doha: A report on the prevalence of type-2 diabetes worldwide released on Tuesday warned that an estimated 600 million people will suffer from the disease by 2035 and has termed it as a "serious and urgent" challenge.

diabetes,   type 2 diabetes,   disease,   WISH,   health,  
Even insufficient sleep may lead to <strong>diabetes</strong>

Even insufficient sleep may lead to diabetes

19 Feb 2015

New York: Lack of sleep can elevate levels of free fatty acids in the blood, accompanied by temporary pre-diabetic conditions in healthy young men, a new research reveals.

insufficient sleep,   diabetes,   sleep problems,   fatty acids,   sleep loss ,  

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