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Low-cost wearable device to monitor diabetes through sweat

Low-cost wearable device to monitor diabetes through sweat

The wearable diagnostic biosensor can detect three interconnected compounds - cortisol, glucose and interleukin-6 - in sweat for up to a week without loss of signal integrity.

Lack of proper treatment reason behind 85 percent diabetics witnessing amputations in their lifetime!

Lack of proper treatment reason behind 85 percent diabetics witnessing amputations in their lifetime!

Stating that treatment of wounds is a challenge as the physicians or surgeons needs to assess wounds accurately, the doctors also urged hospitals for a better recognition of wound related problems and provide interventions such that morbidity reduces. 

Is broccoli the new saviour for diabetics?

Is broccoli the new saviour for diabetics?

The findings indicated that blood sugar of the animals that received sulforaphane dropped by 23 percent in four weeks.

Diabetics may be able to avoid amputation with new therapy soon

Diabetics may be able to avoid amputation with new therapy soon

It has long been known that macrophages play a key role in the normal wound healing process.

New diabetes drug in the offing: You could be saying farewell to insulin shots soon!

New diabetes drug in the offing: You could be saying farewell to insulin shots soon!

The new potential drugs have a completely different action than the most commonly prescribed anti-diabetic, Metformin, which acts on the liver to reduce glucose production

Scientists develop drug to boost fitness in diabetics, older adults

Scientists develop drug to boost fitness in diabetics, older adults

The rewards of aerobic exercise have long been out of reach for the elderly, obese or otherwise mobility-limited.

Here comes a diabetes app to forecast blood sugar levels

Here comes a diabetes app to forecast blood sugar levels

Researchers have developed a new personalised app that can allow people with type 2 diabetes to keep a track on their blood sugar levels.

Diabetic heart disease can be treated through stem cell therapy, says renowned researcher

Diabetic heart disease can be treated through stem cell therapy, says renowned researcher

Presenting clinical evidences, Katare said stem cell therapy certainly presented a new hope for successfully treating DHD.

Researchers develop magnetic implant to provide new drug delivery method

Researchers develop magnetic implant to provide new drug delivery method

A team of Canadian researchers have developed a magnetic drug implant that could offer an alternative to patients, especially the diabetics, who are struggling with numerous pills or intravenous injections.

Suffering from type-1 diabetes? You need to workout safely, warn researchers!

Suffering from type-1 diabetes? You need to workout safely, warn researchers!

Regular exercise can help individuals with diabetes to achieve their blood lipid, body composition, fitness and blood sugar goals.

Light walking can lower blood pressure in diabetics

The parallel lowering in norepinephrine levels are also an intriguing candidate in relation to the blood pressure.

Indian study on treating diabetics with heart ailments gets global recognition

 A path-breaking Indian clinical trial is making the world medical fraternity to take a re-look at the treatment of diabetics with heart ailments.

Early insulin treatment beneficial for diabetics

The current standard of care calls for initial treatment with oral therapies that suppress glucose production by the liver.

Diabetics should `dine with wine` to keep heart healthy

Drinking red wine with dinner may improve the heart health of people with Type 2 diabetes as a recent study has suggested so.

Newly found 'insulin-producing' pancreatic cells offer hope to diabetics

A team of researchers has found potential source of insulin-producing cells in the adult human pancreas, offering new hope to diabetics.

Serious liver disease goes 'unnoticed' in type 2 diabetes patients

A new research has revealed that Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NFLD) is a frequent finding problem in type 2 diabetes patients, but most of the time either this is neglected or goes unnoticed.