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Oz Researchers Find Potential New Way to Treat Diabetes
Med India

"Infrastructure, manpower lack cause for diabetes spread"

Statesman News Service: Bhubaneswar, 23 December: A national conference on diabetes stressed on providing better treatment at the district and tehsil levels in the wake of rise in number of patients in Odisha. The states like Odisha with ... The Statesman, 2 days ago
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The stress is likely contributing to rising rates of diabetes in developing nations.

By migrating to urban areas in search of better life opportunities, people in developing countries are increasing their risk of diabetes and other metabolic disorders. "Our findings indicate that people who leave a rural lifestyle for an urban ...
 Radio Pakistan6 days ago Stress triggering diabetes in developing nations  Yahoo! Malaysia6 days ago City Life May Be To Blame For Rising Diabetes Rates  Huffington Post6 days ago
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Examiner.com

Riverdale Urgent Care Urges Diabetes Awareness, Screening During Holiday Season

The Bronx facility stresses the importance of healthy habits throughout the year. Bronx, NY (PRWEB) December 24, 2014 The holiday season is here, and with it tends to come a few too many sugary treats and too little physical activity. November ...
 Benzinga.com1 day ago Diabetes Can Be Sweet...Once You Bury It  Examiner.com1 week ago
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Med India

Diabetes, metabolic disorders linked to urban stressors

Diabetes and metabolic disorders may be more common among people in developing nations who live in cities vs. those who remain in rural areas because of increased stress affecting hormone levels , according to recent study findings. Our findings ...
 Orthopedics Today1 week ago Relocation of Rural Natives to Urban Areas Elevate Cortisol Levels and Risk Of Diabetes  Med India5 days ago
Laboratory Equipment

Moving to Cities is Linked to Diabetes in Developing World

As people in developing nations relocate from rural areas to cities, the increased stress is affecting their hormone levels and making them more susceptible to diabetes and other metabolic disorders, according to a new study published in the ...
 Laboratory Equipment6 days ago Urban stressors may contribute to rising rate of diabetes in developing nations  EurekAlert!1 week ago
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Pancreatic Beta Cells Are Highly Susceptible to Oxidative and ER Stresses during the Development of Diabetes

Journal of Proteome Research
 Journal of Proteome Research2 weeks ago

Fit Stress-Test Patients Less Likely to Develop Hypertension

DETROIT, MI — In a large study of patients without known heart disease referred for a treadmill stress test, those who were the most physically fit, as determined by metabolic equivalents (METs) achieved, were much less likely to have or later ...
 Medscape1 day ago

Social Determinants of Health, Processes, & Outcomes in T2D

International Diabetes Federation: IDF Diabetes Atlas . 6th edition. Brussels, Belgium: International Diabetes Federation; 2013. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: National diabetes statistics report: estimates of diabetes and its burden ...
 General Medicine eJournal1 day ago Alarmingly High Number of Diabetes Sufferers in the UAE  NewsLineME.com1 week ago
MedIndia

Scientists Explore Role of Resveratrol in Stress Response

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have found that resveratrol activates an evolutionarily stress response in human cells. The researchers believe that the findings of their study should dispel much of the mystery and controversy ...
 Nutraceuticals World3 hours ago Red Wine Could Keep You Stress Free  MedIndia2 days ago Drink red wine to de-stress  InToday2 days ago Resveratrol activates ancient stress response in human cells, shows study  News-Medical.Net3 days ago
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Irish Medical Times

A Novel Role for the Calcium Sensing Receptor in Rat Diabetic Encephalopathy

Abstract Background: Diabetic encephalopathy is a common complication of diabetes, and it may be involved in altering intracellular calcium concentrations ([Ca 2+ ] i ) at its onset. The calcium sensing receptor (CaSR) is a G-protein coupled ...
 Sexual Development2 days ago Major hospitals should integrate 'a comprehensive diabetes clinic': Dr Tushar Rege  PharmaBiz4 days ago Evidence for a proactive approach to diabetic macular oedema (DME)  Irish Medical Times1 week ago Diabetacare sees women with diabetes being severely prone to CVD and stroke  PharmaBiz1 week ago
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