Researchers from the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ) in Tarragona, Spain and ETH Zurich, Switzerland successfully developed a process to get sweeteners, such as mannitol or ribitol, from highly available, affordable, and sustainable sources like glucose or arabinose.
Eating a handful of nut daily could reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases.
A new research reveals that hormones produced by the gut of platypus that regulates their insulin levels are also present in their venom, which can be used as a possible treatment for diabetes.
Scientists are getting closer to creating a functional bioartificial kidney, which could one day revolutionize treatments for kidney failure without the need for expensive dialysis or transplants in millions of patients around the world.
The list of advances in the field of 3-D printing keeps getting longer. Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institutes for Mechanics of Materials IWM and for Environmental, Safety, and Energy Technology UMSICHT are collaborating with industry partners in the process of producing digitalized insoles for people with diabetes by using new software and the use of 3-D printers. People diagnosed with diabetes may suffer from the nerves in their foot becoming atrophied. Specially made insoles promise relief because they are customized to be very soft in the area of the injury.
If you want to stuff your belly with the most delicious food without adding any extra weight, a new experiment recently conducted could be the answer from the divine. Sooner or later, humans will be able to taste and chew virtual food by using state-of-the-art technology.
Hydrogen sulphide, which is used in stink bombs, repair the damage done to the inner lining of blood vessels, according to scientists at Exeter University.
From haunted houses, carved pumpkins or filling up your bellies with sweets, the Halloween season has become one of the most-celebrated and spookiest holidays of the year. However, did you know that the tradition of trick or treating has a bizarre, strange history?
A new research suggests that drinking two or more sweetened beverages per day could increase the risk of type-2 diabetes.
The World Health Organization has urged countries to raise the tax on sugary drinks to combat obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. The WHO believes that lowering consumption of sodas, sports drinks, juices, etc., is an effective way to minimize obesity and diabetes cases.
Hackers with the tright tools can exploit security vulnerabilities of insulin pumps to give extra or fatal dose of insulin to diabetic patients.
A new study revealed that the exposure to air pollution could be a risk factor for type 2 diabetes.
Two newly developed drugs that tartget minute quantities of hydrgoren sulfide effective in preventing heart and blood vessel complication in mouse models.
A new study suggested that diabetes treatment should be more personalized and gender-specific.