The discovery of the UCLA researchers for the solution of hair loss is the answer to millions of balding individuals. The solution is at hand and patients will restore their crowning glory once more.
Women who consume large quantity of alcohol for a short period of time, even before their pregnancy, were more likely to give birth to children with high blood and sugar and increased risk to diabetes.
Scientists look into the potential of Platypus venom as basis for new treatments for type 2 diabetes in humans.
Scientists have created a contact lens that could determine your glucose levels. This new invention introduces a non-invasive way to determine one's glucose level without the hassle of blood testing.
Two newly developed drugs that tartget minute quantities of hydrgoren sulfide effective in preventing heart and blood vessel complication in mouse models.
Artificial sweeteners help curb your cravings for anything sweet. But can they still cause type 2 diabetes?
An iPhone-sized device that will allow diabetes patients to lead normal lives will soon be available.
You may think that indulging in fatty foods every once in a while isn't so bad for your health; but think again. New research shows that treating yourself to a couple of cheeseburgers, fries and donuts for even just a few days can cause your body's muscles to "protest."