Sunday, July 30, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Glaxo Earnings Rise 14% on Vaccines, Avandia Diabetes Drugs


Glaxo Earnings Rise 14% on Vaccines, Avandia Diabetes Drugs
Bloomberg - Jul 26, 2006 GlaxoSmithKline Plc, Europe's largest drugmaker, said second-quarter profit rose 14 percent, led by children's vaccines and the diabetes treatment Avandia.

Gran, 71, leaves world in her wake
The Japan Times, Japan - 23 hours ago I heard a very competitive swimmer [at another sports club] saying she wouldn't do well because she had diabetes and was undergoing some insulin treatment.

Conservative approach will slow stem cell research
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - 7 hours ago In case it has been forgotten, treatment with insulin is responsible for saving the lives of 130,000 people with the juvenile form of diabetes.

Venom protein may lead to brain cancer cure- study
Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam - 11 hours ago two study patients were still alive nearly three years after the treatment. in snake venom can stop bleeding and whether Gila monster venom can treat diabetes.

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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Joslin's New Book DeMystifies Nutrition and Meal Planning to Help


Joslin's New Book DeMystifies Nutrition and Meal Planning to Help
Yahoo! News (press release) - 18 hours ago is co-author of several books, including The Joslin Guide to Diabetes: A Program for Managing Your Treatment and 16 Myths of a 'Diabetic Diet,' both available

Weight loss may cut diabetes risk
Baltimore Sun, United States - Jul 21, 2006 gene called TCF7L2 had a 40 percent greater chance of progressing to type-2 diabetes. who lost 5 percent to 7 percent of body weight through diet and exercise

Lower Levels Of Anti-inflammatory Proteins May Contribute To
Science Daily (press release) - Jul 26, 2006 These diet-related changes may Diabetes mellitus type 2 -- Diabetes mellitus type 2 (formerly called diabetes mellitus type II, non-insulin-dependent diabetes

Idol conversation
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, PA - 23 hours ago Type 2 diabetes, in which the body fails to produce enough insulin or properly use what it has, is treatable through diet, exercise, weight loss and insulin

Diabetes, Alzheimer's Linked
Los Angeles Times, CA - Jul 22, 2006 Evidence suggests diet and exercise might affect Alzheimer's rates, and researchers Disease and Related Disorders that they found clear links with diabetes.

DIET DETECTIVE: Step it up at work to help boost weight loss
Richmond Times Dispatch, VA - Jul 25, 2006 has been shown to reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases, including high blood pressure, stroke, coronary artery disease, Type 2 diabetes, colon cancer

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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Denenberg: Will Storage, Leaky Batteries, And Blissful Aging (Diabetes Mellitus)


Denenberg: Will Storage, Leaky Batteries, And Blissful Aging
Evening Bulletin, PA - 16 hours ago is there any downside for an adult who wants to drink diet sodas? have supported this hypothesis." This is reported in the magazine Diabetes Self Management

Oscient Pharmaceuticals Agrees to Acquire Cardiovascular Therapy
PharmaLive.com (press release), PA - Jul 25, 2006 studies have shown that ANTARA along with a healthy diet is effective as the incidence of serious cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes and hypertension

Endocrinologist to speak about diabetes
Sherman Denison Herald Democrat, TX - Jul 23, 2006 diabetes. The epidemic numbers are proceeding world wide, says Whitfield. Predictably, there is a direct correlation to body weight and westernized diet

Exercise and Diet Program Improves Damaged Nerves and Reduces Pain
Newstarget.com, Taiwan - 16 hours ago Patients with impaired glucose tolerance are at risk for developing diabetes, a risk which can be reduced with a program of diet and exercise counseling.

Vegan Diet May Treat Diabetes
CBS News - 13 hours ago their need to take medications to manage their disease compared with 26% of those who followed the diet recommended by the American Diabetes Association (ADA).

At-Home Genetic Tests: A Healthy Dose of Skepticism May Be the
Community Dispatch (press release) - 1 hour ago for diseases and provide a basis for choosing a particular diet, dietary supplement of developing a particular disease, like heart disease, diabetes, cancer, or

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Diabetes Mellitus - Talk on health awareness


Talk on health awareness
Times of Malta - Jul 22 11:36 PM
An evening dedicated to health awareness for men and women was recently held at the Calypso Hotel, Marsalforn. While heart-related problems and diabetes are well known, little attention is given to erectile dysfunction (ED) and prostate-related problems in men and osteoporosis in women.Save to My Web

Diet and health myths
The Manila Times - Jul 24 7:24 AM
By Philip S. Chua, M.D. AT some point in life, nearly everyone goes on a dieteither to gain or to lose weightto attain fitness and health. Often, diet foods on the market dont work efficiently or may even be downright dangerous. Health is not merely all about weight management.Save to My Web

Related News
The Shelby Star - Jul 25 6:53 AM
Rosemarie Yohannan might be the last person youd expect to join a weight-loss program like The Biggest Losers contest for Okaloosa (Fla.) County employees.Save to My Web

Can you die from a broken heart?
Daily Mail - Jul 24 4:08 PM
New research reveals grief and marital strife could be as much a cause of heart trouble as obesity and cholesterol. So should doctors be 'treating' our feelings? Save to My Web

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Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Grants $50 Million to University of


Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Grants $50 Million to University of
KPLC TV - ve made in children's health, math and science education, and instilling healthy habits to combat major risks like Type 2 Diabetes The Dell family foundation gift will provide a 1:1 match for every dollar collected through private funding. The new

Editorial: Bush allows right wing to veto health of millions
Wausau Daily Herald - Smith, who has a daughter with type 1 diabetes. "The most respected scientists in our field view human embryonic stem cells as an area of research that must be explored. Under the current restrictions, this is not happening on the scale necessary to

Apps: Rubbish, Type2Tracker, OBE
MacNN - Rubbish 1.3.1 requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later. [Download - 3.8MB ] Type2Tracker 1.1 ($15) helps users with Type 2 Diabetes track and graph their blood glucose tests as well as weight on a day-to-day basis. The update offers printing enhancements, an

Amylin Pharmaceuticals Reports Second Quarter Financial Results
Genetic Engineering News - The Company reported total revenues of $118.1 million for the second quarter, which includes net product sales of $108 sales of $108.8 million consist of $98.6 million for BYETTA(R) (exenatide) injection, a first-in-class therapy for type 2 diabetes

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Monday, July 24, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Analysis: Experts mixed on Pfizer future


Analysis: Experts mixed on Pfizer future
UPI - Jul 21 3:08 PM
WASHINGTON, July 21 (UPI) -- Pfizer, the world's largest pharmaceutical company, posted a solid second quarter that was driven by a strong performance from its cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor, but analysts are split on whether the company can continue achieving these kinds of figures in the future.Save to My Web

Roche/Ipsen: the anti-diabetics race is on
Pharmaceutical Business Review - Jul 21 6:58 PM
Roche has unveiled plans to exercise its option for exclusive rights to develop and commercialize Ipsens experimental diabetes treatment BIM 51077. While data on the compound has been positive to date, the fierce competition within the diabetes market means the success of Roche/Ipsens anti-diabetic may depend more on the success or failure of other drugs competing in the same class.Save to My Web

Gene variant behind type 2 diabetes identified
New Kerala - Jul 20 1:08 AM
Washington: A new study has confirmed that a gene linked to type 2 diabetes ups the risk of developing the disease, but a person can greatly reduce that risk through diet and lifestyle change.Save to My Web

Merck Announces Strong Financial Results for the Second Quarter 2006
RedNova - Jul 24 8:42 AM
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Sunday, July 23, 2006

Omar's pain stirs mourners


Omar's pain stirs mourners
Toronto Sun, Canada - 22 hours ago E. Omar's mother Joy placed him in the care of Children's Aid because she couldn't afford the medication for his Type 2 diabetes.

Johnson & Johnson Reports 2006 Second-Quarter EPS Increase of 10.5
Yahoo! News (press release) - Jul 18, 2006 for worldwide development and commercialization of metaglidasen and MBX-2044, two compounds in clinical development for the treatment of type 2 diabetes.

Coffee's been getting a bum rap
Kentucky.com, KY - 23 hours ago that followed huge groups of people for many years, including Finnish twins and American nurses, have linked coffee to a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.

The fat of the land
The Kerryman, Ireland - Jul 20, 2006 Overweight children are more susceptible to Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory problems. Cardiovascular disease, including

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Diabetes Mellitus - People Living In "Food Deserts" Die Early - Diabetes Heart Disease


People Living In "Food Deserts" Die Early - Diabetes Heart Disease
Best Syndication, CA - Jul 18, 2006 are more likely to suffer from hypertension, die from diabetes, cancer and across the country, the black population generally has higher diet-related deaths

What others have to say about the vote
Jackson Clarion Ledger, MS - Jul 22, 2006 high numbers of children suffering from childhood obesity and Type 2 diabetes and the just don't think school is the place for soft drinks (especially diet).

Statistics tell a sad tale of obesity in our boomers
Jackson Sun, TN - Jul 17, 2006 Daily exercise also is the best medicine for prevention of type 2 diabetes. as red meat is the primary source of health-destroying saturated fat in our diet.

Loss of central vision with age may be linked to quality of
Newstarget.com, Taiwan - Jul 19, 2006 because evidence suggests that problems with glucose metabolism, as in diabetes, may cause say, based on these data, whether or not consuming a diet with a

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Saturday, July 22, 2006

Lilly Reports Second-Quarter EPS of $.76 (Diabetes Mellitus)


Lilly Reports Second-Quarter EPS of $.76
MSN MoneyCentral - Sales of Byetta, a first-in-class treatment for type 2 diabetes marketed by Lilly and Amylin Pharmaceuticals and launched in the U.S. in June 2005, were $98.6 million in the second quarter. Lilly reports as revenue its 50 percent share of Byetta

Hypoglycemia (Diabetic) & Hyperglycemia
WCAX - SATURDAY, June 10 (HealthDay News) -- If you are already at high risk for getting type 2 diabetes, antidepressant drugs can boost that risk, according to new research reported Saturday. The report was based on a re-analysis of part of the Diabetes

Nektar Reports That Pfizer to Introduce Exubera in U.S. With a
MSN MoneyCentral - Long-term efficacy and safety data in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes support Exubera as a valuable new option that, when used as directed, could lead to better blood glucose control and potentially reduce the debilitating and costly

Diabetes on the rise
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel - If you don't know someone with diabetes, there's a good chance you soon will. A recent study found the occurrence of Type 2 diabetes has doubled over the last 30 years. Another estimated that a third of U.S. adults - more than 73 million - have

Diabetes is a major risk factor for glaucoma, researchers say
Shreveport Times - About two-thirds of all cases of the most common form of glaucoma are linked to Type 2 diabetes, U.S. researchers report. Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United States, with "primary open angle glaucoma" (POAG) the most

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Friday, July 21, 2006

Despite Bush Veto, Stem Cell Research Abounds


Despite Bush Veto, Stem Cell Research Abounds
Forbes - 11 hours ago Outside the US, adult stem cells have been used to treat patients with Type 2 diabetes in Argentina, heart disease in Thailand and India, and babies with

Antibodies offer hope for Alzheimer's patients
Chicago Tribune, United States - Jul 18, 2006 the disease affects an estimated 4.5 million Americans, and they fear the number will accelerate as a result of new evidence linking type 2 diabetes with an

Gossip can beat diabetes
The Sun, UK - Jul 20, 2006 us sick, but there are many proven reasons to show how physical inactivity increases the risk of problems we associate with obesity, like Type-2 diabetes. .

Qatar association warns of looming diabetes catastrophe
Gulf Times, Qatar - 15 hours ago Some 80% of Type 2 diabetes is preventable by improving the living environment. This includes dietary changes and increased physical activity.

A Gadget Guy Embraces Diabetes
Diabetes Interview, CA - Jul 20, 2006 In 1994 he was diagnosed with type 2. Today he treats his type 2 diabetes with an OmniPod Insulin Management System. His latest A1C was 6.7%.

Moment of Truth About Our Fitness State -- Part 2 page2
Fitcommerce - Jul 18, 2006 Overweight children face a greater risk of developing many health problems, including Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and asthma, as well as low self

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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Physical activity linked to improved glucose control in children (Diabetes Mellitus)


Physical activity linked to improved glucose control in children
Newstarget.com, Taiwan - 17 hours ago Sources guide that reveals top sources for little-known health and diet solutions organize my confused ideas about many health topics, such as diabetes and high

HEALTHY PATH TO WEIGHT LOSS
Akron Beacon Journal, OH - Jul 18, 2006 A month after starting Healthy Steps, Menendez's doctor discovered his blood sugar was high, a risk factor for diabetes. Menendez also has changed his diet.

Sisters sacrifice selves
Kansas City Star, MO - Jul 18, 2006 have nearly identical lifestyles in terms of health care, diet and routine. New studies were presented, suggesting diabetes increases the risk of Alzheimer s

High Blood Sugar Likely Induces Alzheimer's
The Common Voice, SC - Jul 17, 2006 hand with this study showing a high-fat, nearly zero-carb diet controlled the is then leading to the twin health epidemics of obesity and diabetes that brings

Your sole responsibility Proper foot care can result in lifetime
Arizona Republic, AZ - Jul 17, 2006 A good diet helps control weight and blood sugar at the same time, pluses for people with diabetes, who are at greater risk for foot ailments, he says.

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Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR) (Diabetes Mellitus)


Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR)
WHO-TV - Researchers at the Public Kiwa Clinic in Kumano measured blood pressure and cognitive function in 101 people receiving treatment for chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, chronic gastritis, and osteoporosis. "Although clinicians may be

Pfizer Delivers Strong Second-Quarter 2006 Results,
MSN MoneyCentral - In the U.S., the comprehensive physician and patient education and training program for this landmark innovation in diabetes treatment will begin on July 24, 2006, and will be rolled out in phases. This will include training and demonstration of

Danish shares close higher, led up by banks on Nordea Q2; healthcare
Forbes - They also noted that Swiss drug company Roche has decided to exercise an option to licence, develop and market Ipsen's type 2 diabetes treatment BIM 51077. Coloplast shed 0.5 to 427, while Novozymes rose 8 to 371.5 and Danisco was up 6 at 423. Bang

Researchers Believe Source Is Defective Gene For Small Intestine
CBS News - If so, the same treatment might help kids with a more common problem: type 1 diabetes. "Since patients with enteric anendocrinosis develop type 1 diabetes, we hope stem cell researchers can apply the knowledge from this discovery to the role of

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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - New Zealand: call to cut GST on fruit, vegies


New Zealand: call to cut GST on fruit, vegies
FreshPlaza, Netherlands - Jul 17, 2006 In a hard-hitting submission to the health select committee's enquiry into obesity and type 2 diabetes the health board criticised the lack of structure

Positive Link Between Glaucoma and Type 2 Diabetes - Most Common
Best Syndication, CA - Jul 14, 2006 New research has discovered a link between the most common type of glaucoma and type 2 diabetes. Primary Open Angle Glaucoma (POAG

Most type 2 diabetes is preventable
Kentucky.com, KY - Jul 18, 2006 A recent study found the occurrence of type 2 diabetes has doubled over the last 30 years. Another estimated that a third of US

New Data Finds Children Eat More Fruits and Vegetables and Drink
Yahoo! News (press release) - Jul 17, 2006 The World Health Organization (WHO) states that 80% of cardiovascular disease, 90% of type 2 diabetes and 30% of cancers are preventable by living an active

Kaiser Daily Women's Health Policy Report Highlights Recently
Medical News Today (press release), UK - 8 hours ago "A Prospective Study of Dairy Intake and the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Women," Diabetes Care : Simin Liu of the University of California-Los Angeles School of

Analysis: Diabetes cases, toll to soar
Monsters and Critics.com, UK - 10 hours ago 'We predict a drug market (for type 1 and type 2 diabetes) of $35 billion by 2012 up from $17 billion in 2005,' Duncan wrote. 'The

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Diabetes Mellitus - UB diabetes researchers participate in international study


UB diabetes researchers participate in international study
UB Reporter - Jul 13 6:57 AM
Researchers at UB are beginning two new studies as part of an international effort to prevent type 1 diabetes. The project, called Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet, involves researchers at 22 clinical centers in the United States and in centers in Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.Save to My Web

'As Long As There's Life, There's Hope': Aberdeen Woman Struggles With Host of Complications
RedNova - Jul 18 4:27 AM
By Angela Mettler, American News, Aberdeen, S.D. Jul. 18--Deb Werre of Aberdeen lives by the mantra "Never give up." Every day, she faces a barrage of health problems that would make even the most optimistic person lose hope.Save to My Web

Diet, Obesity, And Asthma Linked
Medical News Today - Jul 17 3:04 PM
Australian researchers have identified a new protein in human airway epithelial cells that regulates allergic airway inflammation. This protein - adipocyte/macrophage fatty acid-binding protein aP2 - is known to regulate the uptake by fat cells of fatty acids and has been previously linked to insulin resistance in diabetes and the development of atherosclerosis. [click link for full article]Save to My Web

Diabetes linked to higher glaucoma risk for women
Reuters via Yahoo! News - Jul 14 9:26 AM
Women with type 2 diabetes apparently run an increased risk of developing glaucoma, the eye condition characterized by increased internal pressure that can lead to blindness if left untreated.Save to My Web

Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Mondaq - 2 hours, 36 minutes ago
Canada: Defending Class Actions In Quebec: The Right To An "Undoubtedly Real, Vigorous And Unconstrained" Contestation?Save to My Web

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Monday, July 17, 2006

A coffee a day? (Diabetes Mellitus)


A coffee a day?
Centre Daily - Seven out of 10 studies that followed huge groups of people for many years, including Finnish twins and American nurses, have linked coffee to a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes. Last month in the Archives of Internal Medicine, an 11-year study of 28

Going the Distance: Walkathons Help Others and You
LEX 18 - your aerobic endurance, 1 reduces cardiovascular risks, 2 promotes weight loss, 3 and prevents loss of mobility due to aging. 4 It can even lower mortality among people with diabetes. 5 Type and intensity of activity and risk of mobility

Advanced Viral Research (ADVR) is Granted US Patent for Rheumatoid
Genetic Engineering News - Various conditions associated with cancer; cachexia, or body wasting, in patients with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), cancer, human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, including AIDS as a combination therapy; type 2 diabetes; human papilloma

Sirtris Announces First Phase 1 Trial of a Sirtuin Therapeutic
WKYT 27 - There is a significant need for novel therapeutics to effectively treat patients with diseases of aging like Type 2 Diabetes and neurological diseases," said Peter Elliott, Ph.D., Senior Vice President of Development at Sirtris. "SRT501 represents

Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Grants $50 Million to University of
KWQC - These new facilities are a perfect complement to other investments we've made in children's health, math and science education, and instilling healthy habits to combat major risks like Type 2 Diabetes in children. This is a great opportunity to take

Diabetes on the rise, but exercise and diet can help
Macon Telegraph - If you don't know someone with diabetes, there's a good chance you soon will. A recent study found the occurrence of Type 2 diabetes has doubled during the last 30 years. Another estimated that a third of U.S. adults - more than 73 million - have

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Sunday, July 16, 2006

Diabetes warnings often go unheeded


Diabetes warnings often go unheeded
USA Today - 6 hours ago Rizza says, but "our health care system is stacked against people with diabetes. It is constructed in a way that encourages treatment of complications" rather

Age at Onset of Major Depression in Inner-City Adults With Asthma
Psychosomatics (subscription) - Jul 14, 2006 of asthma, unlike coronary artery disease and Type II diabetes, would precede cognitive impairment, pregnancy/nursing, and a history of treatment-resistant MDD

Glaxosmithkline Says FDA Approves Avandamet As A Front-line
Trading Markets, CA - Jul 11, 2006 said Avandamet is indicated as an adjunct to diet and exercise to improve glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus when treatment with dual

CoGenesys Receives FDA Clearance To Commence Clinical Trials Of
Medical News Today (press release), UK - Jul 16, 2006 of aging in our society and advances in the treatment of other of diseases and applications, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes/metabolism, enzyme and

Healthlight Infrared Therapy Pads Used in Published Study on
PR Web (press release), WA - 41 minutes ago a diagnosis of type 1 (n=2) or type 2 (n=20) diabetes participated in chosen at random with the other foot serving as a within-subject control (no treatment).

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Diabetes Mellitus - Don't Let the Heat Get You


Don't Let the Heat Get You
ABC News - 18 hours ago Heat stroke can cause death or permanent disability if emergency treatment is not elderly person who's obese with high blood pressure and diabetes, who's not

Veto likely in stem cell battle
Chicago Tribune, United States - 3 hours ago stem cell research holds the promise of treatment for a variety of grave ailments, from Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases to juvenile diabetes, cancer and

Basal Insulin for People with Type 2 Diabetes Offers Better
Canada NewsWire (press release), Canada - Jul 10, 2006 A total of 405 patients with type 2 diabetes were enrolled to participate in this open that consisted of a two-week screening phase and a 24-week treatment phase

Talk, Technology Fair Offers New Options For Disabled Adults
CapeNews.net, Massachusetts - Jul 14, 2006 the technologies and answer questions about the various treatment techniques and and heart disease, back problems, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, and brain and

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Saturday, July 15, 2006

Johns Hopkins University Nursing News and Research Briefs for July (Diabetes Mellitus)


Johns Hopkins University Nursing News and Research Briefs for July
[Press Release] PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance - Jul 13 9:00 PM
The following is being issued by Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing:Save to My Web

Generex Biotechnology Makes Podium Presentation of Clinical Data at ESPE 2006
RedNova - Jul 11 9:18 AM
Generex Biotechnology Corporation (NASDAQ: GNBTSave to My Web

Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Ltd. Announces FDA Approval to Market Generic Glucotrol(R)
RedNova - Jul 12 11:43 AM
DETROIT, July 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Ltd., announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted final approval for the Company's Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) for Glipizide tablets.Save to My Web

The coffee buzz
Portsmouth Herald - Jul 09 8:27 AM
Drinking coffee is good for you, according to study after study, the most recent released last month in the Journal of the American Medical Association Archives of Internal Medicine.Save to My Web

Pune firm's molecule receives US patent
rediff.com - Jul 09 8:32 PM
In a rare instance of an Indian drug discovery firm acquiring a US patent for original research, Pune-based Indus Biotech has received a US patent for a new molecule that could cure diabetes.Save to My Web

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Friday, July 14, 2006

Pennsylvania business news in brief (Diabetes Mellitus)


Pennsylvania business news in brief
Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX - Jul 11, 2006 The Food and Drug Administration approved Avandamet as an initial treatment for Type 2 diabetes along with diet and exercise, the company said.

Soft drinks fizz out
BYU Newsnet, UT - 9 hours ago carbonated soft drinks are the single biggest source of calories in the American diet. weight gain, in turn, is a prime risk factor for Type 2 diabetes that is

Grandmother sheds four stones
Norwich Evening News, UK - 12 hours ago She embarked on diet after diet but as fast as the weight came off her husband Peter died in 1996 her health deteriorated and she developed diabetes, high blood

Disease hits mother-to-be
Border Mail, Australia - Jul 13, 2006 When my baby s born I ll continue my diet and get back into kickboxing to give myself the best chance of avoiding a type two diabetes diagnosis, she

Managing your health with Diabetes
Valencia County News Bulletin, NM - 3 hours ago There are several important health care measures diabetic patients can utilize to manage their diabetes. Maintaining a proper diet and monitoring glucose

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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Media advisory - Assembly of First Nations Releases First-ever (Diabetes Mellitus)


Media advisory - Assembly of First Nations Releases First-ever
CNW Telbec (Communiqu s de presse), Canada - Jul 10, 2006 "Existing gaps, opportunities, and promising strategies for diabetes treatment and management will be highlighted in the first part of the Report Card," said

Convergence of Disease States: Emergence of the ARBs
TheHeart.Org, NY - 13 hours ago for which they are at risk, including hypertension, diabetes, chronic kidney procedures, medications, or other courses of diagnosis or treatment discussed or

Researchers link asthma to obesity
ABC Online, Australia - 8 hours ago discovery. "AP2 is a fatty acid binding protein that is already being looked at for the treatment of obesity and diabetes," he said. "For

[GOAA] Greek Orthodox 38th Clergy Laity Congress in Nashville July
Worldwide Faith News (press release), NY - Jul 11, 2006 Seminar topics will discuss issues like stress, frustration and worry management; diet; heart disease prevention; diabetes; treatment tobacco addictions

Get up, stand up: Council
Fiji Times, Fiji - 11 hours ago in Africa right now using coconut oil as a treatment for HIV coconut oil prevented heart diseases, dissolved kidney stones, controlled diabetes, enhanced the

Men make prostate cancer treatment decisions based on fear and
Newstarget.com, Taiwan - Jul 12, 2006 say that men should not rush into a treatment decision, and yet simple prevention strategies for cancer, heart disease, diabetes, depression, Alzheimer's and

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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

A dessert for diabetics (Diabetes Mellitus)


A dessert for diabetics
Ashland Daily Tidings - His lovely wife, Shirley, monitors his diet carefully. One evening, she served a pie his diabetes can tolerate. I named it Shirley s Delicious Diabetic Dessert. INGREDIENTS: 1 - Graham cracker pie crust 1 - package sugarless strawberry Jello 1 - 8 oz

The right morning meal boosts energy and can even help you lose weight
KCTV 5 - Your Diet's Secret Weapon The right morning meal boosts energy and can even help you lose weight. More >> Drink Up? What s And, of course, fiber has other benefits, such as lowering the risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and colon cancer.

Endocrinologist only one in region
Springfield News-Leader - I was board certified in internal medicine and in pediatrics and then went on to board certify in endocrinology, diabetes Sometimes treatment plans will involve the whole family, when talking about diet and exercise routines, for example. You

Pennsylvania business news in brief
Aberdeen News - The Food and Drug Administration approved Avandamet as an initial treatment for Type 2 diabetes along with diet and exercise, the company said. In 2002, the FDA approved the drug as a second-line treatment for patients who could not control their

Clues to Cell Suicide Could Boost Cancer Research
KESQ News - Of course, you eat a balanced diet. That's why you're sure you get all the nutrients you need. Just yesterday, for Rizzotto, M.Ed., R.D., L.D.N., C.D.E., Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston. Change happens As we age, our bodies may have

Weight Management Drugs
WTKR - If you have a body-mass index (BMI) of 40 or higher. If you have a BMI between 35 and 39.9 and a medical condition including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes or other cardiopulmonary disease. If you have tried weight loss through diet

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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

PREZISTA Receives U.S. FDA Approval As Part Of HIV Combination Therapy (Diabetes Mellitus)


PREZISTA Receives U.S. FDA Approval As Part Of HIV Combination Therapy
DrugDiscoveryOnline - Jul 07 6:22 AM
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted accelerated approval to the anti-HIV medication PREZISTAT (darunavir) tabletsSave to My Web

Food and gas: the facts
NorthJersey.com - Jul 11 4:11 AM
This is not always the most comfortable topic to discuss; however, I had questions about gas and food. So I called upon the experts -- gastroenterologists.Save to My Web

Study Sheds Light On Cystic Fibrosis-related Diabetes
Science Daily - Jul 07 7:00 AM
A University of Florida study in animals suggests diabetes in cystic fibrosis patients is not caused by the destruction of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas -- as is often the case in patients with the traditional form of type 1 diabetes -- but by differences in how these cells function.Save to My Web

FDA Approves EMEND(R) (aprepitant), Merck's Antiemetic Therapy, for the Prevention of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting
[Press Release] Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance - Jul 11 5:30 AM
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J.----July 11, 2006--Merck & Co., Inc. announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved EMEND for the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting , one of the most common side effects associated with surgical procedures.Save to My Web

Generex Biotechnology Makes Podium Presentation of Clinical Data at ESPE 2006
[Press Release] Market Wire via Yahoo! Finance - Jul 11 4:30 AM
Generex Biotechnology Corporation, a leader in the area of buccal drug delivery, announced today that on July 1, 2006 Gerald Bernstein, M.D., the Company's Vice-President for Medical Affairs, made a podium presentation in respect of Generex Oral-lyn(TM), the Company's proprietary oral insulin spray product, at the 45th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology Save to My Web

Fat-generated Hormone Drives Energetic Capacity Of Muscle
Science Daily - Jul 06 9:14 AM
The fat-generated hormone adiponectin plays an important role in the energetic capacity of skeletal muscle, according to a new study in the July, 2006, Cell Metabolism, published by Cell Press. Adiponectin is unusual among fat hormones in that its levels generally decline in those who are obese.Save to My Web

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Widow of Dr. Atkins hands over $16,000 check to (Diabetes Mellitus) Candy Strikers


Widow of Dr. Atkins hands over $16,000 check to Candy Strikers
Sun-Sentinel - Jul 06 6:45 PM
The widow of the man who created the Atkins Diet on Wednesday presented a $16,000 check to fourth and fifth grade students at North Side Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale to help pay for a field trip to Washington, D.C. Save to My Web

Health Business
UPI - 6 minutes ago
PHILADELPHIA, July 11 (UPI) -- GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Avandamet for first-line type 2 diabetes therapy.Save to My Web

Diabetes 'should be taken seriously'
Sydney Morning Herald - Jul 08 7:25 PM
Hundreds of thousands of Australians who don't know they have diabetes are being urged not to ignore the potential life-threatening consequences. -Save to My Web

Sterile 'clean room' sets Premier pharmacy apart
St. Petersburg Times - Jul 10 10:06 PM
The lab's special devices keep particles from getting into medicines compounded for doctors and patients.Save to My Web

Study Sheds Light On Cystic Fibrosis-related Diabetes
Science Daily - Jul 07 7:00 AM
A University of Florida study in animals suggests diabetes in cystic fibrosis patients is not caused by the destruction of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas -- as is often the case in patients with the traditional form of type 1 diabetes -- but by differences in how these cells function.Save to My Web

Saving failing kidneys
The Star Online - Jul 08 6:12 PM
An estimated 13,000 kidney patients are undergoing dialysis in Malaysia, causing an immense drain of resources. Can a dietary approach delay the need for dialysis? TEE SHIAO EEK writes.Save to My Web

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Monday, July 10, 2006

Risk Factors (Diabetes Mellitus)


Risk Factors
ThirdAge - Jul 09 11:13 PM
A risk factor is something that increases your chance of getting a disease or condition. Risk factors for gallstones include: Many people have gallstones without symptoms. These are called "silent gallstones." While treatment is not required, in some cases it may be recommended.Save to My Web

Let's spruce up more than one street
Tallahassee Democrat - Jul 09 11:14 PM
I was happy to read that the city and Florida State are working together to improve College Avenue. Unfortunately, College Avenue isn't the only road that gives a far less favorable first impression of Tallahassee than it should.Save to My Web

Diabetes 'Get Checked' scheme failing
Scoop.co.nz - Jul 05 5:50 PM
The uptake of free annual check-ups for people with diabetes is falling in many key affected parts of the country, says National's Health spokesman, Tony Ryall.Save to My Web

Boston Biomedical Scientists Discover Promising New Therapeutic Target for Heart Disease
[Press Release] PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance - 1 hour, 29 minutes ago
In the July 2006 edition of the American Journal of Physiology -- Heart and Circulatory Physiology, scientists at the Boston Biomedical Research Institute identified Puma as a potential new target for the therapeutic intervention of heart disease.Save to My Web

DrugMax Changes Name to Familymeds Group (Nasdaq: FMRX)
[Press Release] PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance - Jul 10 3:00 AM
DrugMax, Inc. today announced its name change to Familymeds Group, Inc., the recognized brand name of the Company's core pharmacy business. In conjunction with the name change, effective today, the Company will begin trading under its new Nasdaq stock symbol "FMRX".Save to My Web

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Sunday, July 09, 2006

Low-fat dairy foods may lower (Diabetes Mellitus) women's diabetes risk


Low-fat dairy foods may lower women's diabetes risk
Reuters via Yahoo! News - Jul 06 7:25 AM
A diet that includes lots of low-fat dairy products may lower the risk of type 2 diabetes in women, new research suggests.Save to My Web

Post-Menopausal Woman Gives Birth To Baby Girl
CBS 2 Chicago - Jul 06 4:11 PM
Some are calling it a miracle baby. After nearly two decades of trying to conceive, a 52-year-old Indiana woman is finally a mother. CBS 2 Northwest Indiana Bureau Chief Pamela Jones report son a delivery that gives hope to others. Save to My Web

Revamp Your Diet If You Hit a Wall
RedNova - Jul 06 12:31 AM
By Czerne M. Reid When the needle on the scale refuses to drop another bar, it can be frustrating. Jump-starting weight loss calls for understanding what causes the halt, and being willing to do something new.Save to My Web

Barb Troy nutrition chat
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Jul 05 4:48 PM
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Tourists flocking to glimpse fat cat
The Bryan-College Station Eagle - Jul 06 5:29 AM
PORT ARANSAS - Yes, the fat cat is here. Among the beach pictures, jewelry and nautical decor at The Connoisseur, Chester roams - slowly. Save to My Web

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Saturday, July 08, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Diabetes enrolments double over five years


Diabetes enrolments double over five years
Scoop.co.nz - Jul 04 7:20 PM
The doubling of the number of New Zealanders taking advantage of free diabetes check-ups is a sobering reminder of how large New Zealand's diabetes epidemic has become, Health Minister Pete Hodgson said today.Save to My Web

Problem: Implant Infection, Solution: Nanotech Surfaces
Science Daily - Jul 08 5:45 AM
For the first time, engineers have created surfaces for orthopaedic implants that reduce the presence of bacteria. The research, led by Brown University engineer Thomas Webster, may lead to a new class of artificial joints. That is a big market: More than 750,000 Americans undergo knee, hip or shoulder replacement surgery each year.Save to My Web

Prion Disease Agent Causes Heart Damage In Mouse Study
Science Daily - Jul 07 12:45 PM
A team of researchers at The Scripps Research Institute, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), and Rocky Mountain Laboratories of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has shown for the first time that laboratory mice infected with the agent of scrapie -- a brain-wasting disease of sheep-demonstrate high levels of the Save to My Web

Diabetes 'should be taken seriously'
Sydney Morning Herald - Jul 08 7:25 PM
Hundreds of thousands of Australians who don't know they have diabetes are being urged not to ignore the potential life-threatening consequences. -Save to My Web

Stroke Blood Test
KWWL-TV Iowa City - Jul 06 1:58 PM
A simple blood test could help identify who's at high risk for having a stroke. A new study found middle age men and women with high levels of a specific enzyme or protein in their blood were twiceSave to My Web

Letters to the Editor
The Hook - Jul 06 8:24 AM
Published July 4, 2006 in issue 0527 of the HooK. There are 12,000 members walking among us. Their charismatic leader has a plan for their lives, but the gospel he preaches isn't fire and brimstone; it's life everlasting-- or almost.Save to My Web

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Diabetes Mellitus - Tips for Keeping Your Teen Healthy


Tips for Keeping Your Teen Healthy
KPLC TV - Arrange for an obesity assessment and for an evaluation for the medical conditions that can be associated with obesity, such as Type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure. Don't criticize your teen's weight or body shape. Before starting any

Type 2 diabetic women may benefit from low fat dairy food
Earthtimes - A new study has suggested that women who incorporated more of low fat dairy products in their diets could be lowering their risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Even though recent studies have suggested a connection between high levels of dairy foods

TheDiabetesBlog.com blog
Orlando Sentinel - Baltimore researchers from Johns Hopkins University have concluded a study indicating that being short -- specifically having short legs and a low leg length-to-height ratio -- is linked to an increased type 2 diabetes and obesity risk in middle age

Mediterranean beats low-fat diet for heart health
CNN - The study included 769 men and women between 55 and 80 years old who had type 2 diabetes or multiple other risk factors for heart disease and stroke, such as smoking, high blood pressure and heavy body weight. For three months, participants followed

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Friday, July 07, 2006

Principal Proposed Uses (Diabetes Mellitus)


Principal Proposed Uses
ThirdAge - Jul 03 11:12 PM
The soybean has been prized for centuries in Asia as a nutritious, high-protein food with a myriad of uses, and today it's popular in the United States not only in Asian food, but also as a cholesterol-free meat and dairy substitute in traditional American foods.Save to My Web

Assessing Risk Factors for Chronic Disease - Jordan, 2004
RedNova - Jul 05 2:30 AM
By Belbeisi, A; Zindah, M; Walke, H; Jarrar, B; Mokdad, A H In 2003, chronic diseases were the leading cause of mortality in Jordan; 38.2% of deaths were attributed to cardiovascular disease and 14.3% to cancer (Jordan Ministry of Health [MOH], unpublished data, 2004).Save to My Web

General Practice In Scotland: Top Quality For Second Year Running
Medical News Today - Jul 02 12:12 AM
New Quality and Outcomes data for general practice published on Thursday 29 June 2006 show the high standards of care delivered to patients by GPs, said doctors' leaders. Commenting on the publication of national figures on the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) of the new GP contract, where the national average score per practice is 1026.3 out of a total of 1050 points (97. [click link for Save to My Web

Women with CF may have PCOS
About.com - Jul 06 5:26 AM
In order to learn more about female fertility in cystic fibrosis (CF), researchers in Greece compared 18 females with the disorder, ages 12 to 23 years, with 18 age-matched females...Save to My Web

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Thursday, July 06, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Principal Proposed Uses


Principal Proposed Uses
ThirdAge - Jul 03 11:12 PM
The soybean has been prized for centuries in Asia as a nutritious, high-protein food with a myriad of uses, and today it's popular in the United States not only in Asian food, but also as a cholesterol-free meat and dairy substitute in traditional American foods.Save to My Web

General Practice In Scotland: Top Quality For Second Year Running
Medical News Today - Jul 02 12:12 AM
New Quality and Outcomes data for general practice published on Thursday 29 June 2006 show the high standards of care delivered to patients by GPs, said doctors' leaders. Commenting on the publication of national figures on the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) of the new GP contract, where the national average score per practice is 1026.3 out of a total of 1050 points (97. [click link for Save to My Web

Women with CF may have PCOS
About.com - Jul 06 5:26 AM
In order to learn more about female fertility in cystic fibrosis (CF), researchers in Greece compared 18 females with the disorder, ages 12 to 23 years, with 18 age-matched females...Save to My Web

Turner Syndrome
KidsHealth.org via Yahoo! News - Jul 03 5:00 PM
Turner syndrome is a medical disorder that affects about one in every 2,500 girls. Dr. Henry Turner, an endocrinologist, first described the condition in 1938, when he observed a set of common physical features in some of his female patients. It wasn't until 1960 that a chromosomal abnormality associated with the condition was actually described.Save to My Web

More than just a pick-me-up
The Daily Iowan - Jul 04 10:32 PM
Java House, Starbucks, T Spoons, House of Aromas The abundance of coffee in Iowa City is unmistakable. According to a recent study in the Archives of Internal Medicine, students consuming several alcoholic beverages may want to order up a double-shot, non-fat, sugar-free, extra caramel latt with whip - or something to that effect.Save to My Web

Infections Link With Diabetes, Suggests Biggest Study Yet
Science Daily - Jul 03 3:03 PM
A major study has added weight to the theory that environmental factors such as common infections may be a trigger for diabetes in children and young adults. The study analysed information from a register of over 4,000 people aged 0-29 years old diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes over a 25-year period.Save to My Web

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Diabetes epidemic is inevitable


Diabetes epidemic is inevitable
Lancashire Evening Telegraph, UK - Jul 4, 2006 It can appear at any age, although commonly under 40, and is triggered by environmental factors such as viruses or diet. Type 2 diabetes is the most common

Hope from despair
Torres News, Australia - Jul 2, 2006 There are now more than 186 cases of children as young as 12 with adult onset Type 2 diabetes. Their condition has been brought on by poor diet and lack of

High-Fiber Diet Wins Again!
American Chronicle, CA - Jun 30, 2006 A high fiber diet brings C-reactive protein (CRP) levels low, thereby reducing the risk of heart disease and diabetes. That's the good news a new study found.

No such thing as health by association
Vail Daily News, CO - Jul 4, 2006 "I asked him what he did. he told me, 'I read Dr. Gaul's diet book. I lost 100 pounds,'" Gaul said. Gaul said doctors are seeing more diabetes all the time.

Diabetes Mellitus

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Diabetic Retinopathy


Diabetic Retinopathy
WCAX - Patients with diabetes should have at least yearly ophthalmoscopic (eye) examination. Examination by an ophthalmologist (an eye doctor who is an M.D.) is often advisable. Treatment Early diagnosis and treatment is critical in order to prevent

New Guide May Help Lower Blood Pressure
KTRE - With our proprietary microencapsulation techniques to address immune response to transplanted insulin-producing islet tissues, our exclusive supply of islets for the treatment of diabetes from the Mayo Foundation's designated pathogen-free pig

ACE Inhibitors Pose Danger in First Trimester of Pregnancy
American Family Physician - Clinicians who treat women of childbearing age and pregnant women should be aware of these new findings and consider whether to use other treatment options to control hypertension or kidney damage from diabetes." The FDA and Agency for Healthcare

New Patent Issued to the University of Pittsburgh for 2
WIS-TV - Patent No. 6,998,395 covering 2-methoxyestradiol (2ME) for the treatment of diabetes. The patent which is assigned to the University of Pittsburgh has been exclusively licensed to PRP. The drug, known as PulmoLAR(TM), containing 2ME as active

I-Team Investigation: Medical Maggots
WNEM - TV5) -- There's a new medical breakthrough for Americans with diabetes and you will not believe what it involves but if up for good. I see myself well healed and walking on both feet, that's what I see. Dr. Dowling says the treatment

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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Trans Fat Glossary: A guide to the lingo and labels (Diabetes Mellitus)


Trans Fat Glossary: A guide to the lingo and labels
CTV - Type-2 diabetes: Also called "adult onset diabetes" or noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. It is a life-long incurable disease caused by a problem in the way the body makes or uses insulin. Insulin is necessary for glucose to move from the blood

Senior Scene: About your health: Keeping track of medications
Daily Star - Advances in health care have made doctors more aware of the value of combining certain drugs to improve some common medical conditions such as hypertension, heart disease and diabetes mellitus. Unfortunately, while proper and appropriate use of

Average American Has "Substantial" Lifetime Risk of Developing
Medscape News - WASHINGTON, DC (Reuters Health) Jun 15 - Body mass index (BMI) is tightly linked to lifetime risk of diabetes mellitus, researchers reported at the Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association. "On average, every American has a very high

Food Marketing and Childhood Obesity A Matter of Policy
New England Journal of Medicine - As one consequence, type 2 diabetes mellitus is no longer rare in pediatric practice. 2 The IOM states its first conclusion politely: the diets of American children are "in need of improvement." As its report makes clear, this is a gross understatement: at

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Monday, July 03, 2006

More Euro-Approved Info About Taking Diet Drug Acomplia


More Euro-Approved Info About Taking Diet Drug Acomplia
Acomplia Report, Fl - Jul 2, 2006 in either the detailed description of the approved use of the diet drug Acomplia cholesterol problems or showing signs of developing type 2 diabetes -- the SPC

Diabetes heart risk "equivalent to 15 yrs ageing"
Reuters India, India - Jun 29, 2006 estimated that the number of people worldwide with diabetes in 2000 cardiovascular disease include moderate exercise and a healthy diet, cholesterol-lowering

Ten factors linked to rise in obesity
eTaiwan News, Taiwan - 16 hours ago an increased risk of a number of diseases, including type 2 diabetes, coronary heart authors wrote, but only that they are as plausible as diet and exercise

Nestl : Fattening Up On Skinnier Foods
Food Ingredients First (press release), Netherlands - Jul 3, 2006 The Jenny Craig deal gives Nestl a boost in the booming diet market. Some 171 million people worldwide suffer from type 2 diabetes, and 80% of them are obese

Eating habits of successful weight losers shift
Food Consumer, IL - Jun 30, 2006 as a whole - Registry members who maintained a low-calorie diet with moderate Control Registry and director of the Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center

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Diabetes Mellitus - Health News


Health News
Canada East, Canada - Jul 1, 2006 without diabetes, a new study suggests. And the age at which diabetics move from moderate to high risk - a finding that has implications for treatment - is

Condom Catheter Makes Hospital Stay for Men Safer and More
SeniorJournal.com, TX - 17 hours ago Seeking rapid results they make emotionally driven treatment decisions influenced by anecdote and affect men, such as high cholesterol (86%) and diabetes (73

Positive Final Results, Phase 2 Dose-Ranging Study Of Zerenex For
Medical News Today (press release), UK - Jun 30, 2006 acquisition, development and commercialization of novel pharmaceutical products for the treatment of life-threatening diseases, including diabetes and cancer.

UM study: Minorities report various factors contribute to diabetes
U of M News Service (press release), MI - Jun 29, 2006 treatment patients might receive, he said. The researchers said policymakers and providers must continue to find solutions to problems that exacerbate diabetes-

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Sunday, July 02, 2006

1st Clinical Trial To Show Colesevelam HCl Plus Stable Oral


1st Clinical Trial To Show Colesevelam HCl Plus Stable Oral
Medical News Today (press release), UK - Jun 26, 2006 Poster #589 - Colesevelam HCl Reduces Postprandial Glucose In Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) : Examines the effect of WelChol on mean

Diabetes Mellitus Has Protective Effect on Bone Density Even in
DG News - Jun 30, 2006 BOSTON, MA -- June 30, 2006 -- Type 2 diabetes mellitus is associated with significantly lower bone turnover and higher results on bone ultrasound measurements

Generex Biotechnology Makes Poster Presentations of Clinical Data
Market Wire (press release) - Jun 27, 2006 reports the results of a clinical trial designed to compare pharmacokinetic profiles of metformin (used for the treatment of Type-2 diabetes mellitus in adults

Duloxetine Safe for Long-Term Management of Diabetic Peripheral
DG News - Jun 28, 2006 research team, the lack of significant cardiovascular changes with duloxetine compared with routine care suggests that patients with diabetes mellitus do not

Coffee Intake Linked To Lower Diabetes Risk
Science Daily (press release) - Jun 28, 2006 for which coffee is a good source, could explain some of the inverse association between coffee intake and risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus through known

What will you eat-II
Central Chronicle, India - Jun 26, 2006 emergence of a range of chronic non-infectious diseases - including coronary heart disease, cerebro-vascular disease, cancers, diabetes mellitus, dental and

Diabetes Mellitus

Saturday, July 01, 2006

Senate to Vote on Federal Funding for Stem Cell Research (Diabetes Mellitus)


Senate to Vote on Federal Funding for Stem Cell Research
TechNewsWorld - "How much longer can the Senate avoid debate on this vital legislation?" asked Lawrence T. Smith, Chair of the Board of the American Diabetes Association, whose daughter who has type-1 diabetes. "Every day the Senate fails to act to pass stem cell

Bobcats get 'A' for their efforts this postseason
Winston-Salem Journal - He has deficiencies to overcome on the court and issues to deal with off the court since he has Type 1 diabetes. But already it is becoming clear that if Morrison can live up to his billing, the Bobcats are several steps closer to winning big on the

Racing with a friend
Greeley Tribune - July 1, 2006 Print Email A horse is a horse, of course Unless it's Merridocs Mudbugs, and Hannah Montey is pulling the A short time later Montey was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. "I wasn't prepared to have health issues," she said. "When you're

Send us your news
Bradenton Herald - For information, call 708-9363 ext. 1 or 2. Perinatal education The Family BirthPlace, located on the third floor of A support group for parents of children with type I diabetes is now forming. Groups meets on a weekly basis, days and evenings, in

Going the Distance: Walkathons Help Others and You
WTNH.com - Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Race for the Cure Walk to Cure Diabetes References 1. Dunn, A.L., Marcus, B.H., Kampert, J.B Type and intensity of activity and risk of mobility limitation: the mediating role of muscle parameters. Journal

RMH junk food should go
Rushville Republican - one who has the right to decide for myself, to have the right to CHOOSE the type of You can imagine all of these waddling, blubber-butt kids around Rushville with diabetes That's 280 MILLIgrams--not grams--you're only off times 1,000. And no, 280

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Bobcats get 'A' for their efforts this postseason (Diabetes Mellitus)


Bobcats get 'A' for their efforts this postseason
Winston-Salem Journal - He has deficiencies to overcome on the court and issues to deal with off the court since he has Type 1 diabetes. But already it is becoming clear that if Morrison can live up to his billing, the Bobcats are several steps closer to winning big on the

Yamin raises cash for diabetes fund
Richmond Times-Dispatch - Thanks to Richmonder Elliott Yamin's high profile during "American Idol," the Central Virginia Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation has received more than $20,000 in contributions from fans of Yamin, who has Type 1 diabetes and wears

Diabetes Brings Earlier Heart Disease, Death
KCAU-TV - The study did not look at the effects of type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease in which the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas are destroyed. "We need to do work about that," Booth said. More information Find out much more about diabetes at

Making GE's devices
Wisconsin State Journal - one of the biggest companies in the world, is signing the checks of nearly 1,000 Life Support Solutions (formerly Datex-Ohmeda) and the company has added a new type in the body it can help determine how other diseases are formed, such as diabetes

More Bars Mean More Assaults
WVLT - Rash and diarrhea each resulted in discontinuation of 1 percent of Tarceva-treated patients. Grade 3-4 rash and OSI) Prosidion is committed to the generation of novel, targeted therapies for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and obesity. OSI's

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