Saturday, June 10, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Diabetes Research Takes Wing Thanks To Long-lived Fruit Fly

Diabetes Research Takes Wing Thanks To Long-lived Fruit Fly
Science Daily - Jun 07 5:35 AM
The creation of an extraordinarily long-lived fruit fly by genetics researchers has led scientists down an unexpected new path in the fight against diabetes. The mutant fly is serving as a portal for understanding the factors that determine how nutrition and stress set the foundation for metabolic syndrome and diabetes, why diabetes occurs more frequently as people age, and indeed why people live Save to My Web

Studies Aim to Preserve Insulin Production in Type 1 Diabetes
Kansas City InfoZine - Jun 10 1:55 AM
Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet Centers Begin New TrialsSave to My Web

Cyclists pedal their message across country
Selma Times-Journal - Jun 09 10:36 PM
Earl Ley is bicycling across the country to raise awareness of a little-diagnosed disease that affects millions of people.Save to My Web

Westport firm expands after TV success
Stamford Advocate - Jun 09 5:35 AM
After building a following for its Sunday night television show on diabetes, Westport-based LifeMed Media, is expanding its offerings to include a consumer services program.Save to My Web

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