Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

A Startup Has Unlocked a Way to Make Cheap Insulin | WIRED

Houston-based rBIO has invented a new process to churn out insulin at higher yields using custom-made bacteria.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli company on the edge of finding diabetes cure

On diabetes awareness day, the world health bodies are focusing attention on making sure patients know how to manage their condition to prevent complications...

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

How the White House nutrition conference may tackle Americans' unhealthy diets : Shots - Health News : NPR

The way many Americans eat is fueling chronic disease. Here are seven big ideas from the White House's upcoming nutrition conference for how to improve Americans' diets.

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The Sleight-of-Hand, Short-Term Memory Deception of the Biden Administration on Prescription Drug Costs

President Biden took to the podium at the end of last month to rail on about the cost of prescription drugs, particularly the costs of insulin and injectable epinephrine, which delivers life-saving treatment to people suffering from severe allergic reacti

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Diabetes reversed in mice for 4 months, after one-time implant from Israeli lab

Blood glucose levels drop by an average of 26% after tissue grown at the Technion is transplanted; researchers hope to develop method for humans

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PODCAST: If You Feel Like You're The Only One, That You're Alone, You're Not

As we approach the opening day of "argument" in the unconstitutional second impeachment trial of Donald Trump - this time as a private citizen, the plague of untruths, fabrications, and outright lies by the neo-Progressive Left have to be addressed...

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Blood Vessels Grown in a Petri Dish Closely Resemble Human Ones

The lab-made organoids are fully functional, the team reports, and could aid the study of vascular-related diseases such as diabetes.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Smoking may trigger diabetes in pregnant women, Israeli/American study finds

Gestational diabetes leads to complications for mother and child; 'ideally, women should quit smoking before they try to become pregnant,' Hebrew University researcher says

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

These Israeli Companies Are Finding Innovative Ways To Improve Diabetes Care, Treatment

A number of Israeli firms are tackling diabetes with AI, stem cell therapy, and other cutting-edge methods to manage the disease. | NoCamels

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Working More than 7 to 8 Hours per Day Poses Health Risks to Women

Logging no more than seven to eight hours of work each day may be pivotal to women's health. That's because a recent study found that women who work more than 45 hours per week are at higher risk of developing diabetes compared to women who work less. 

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

How Air Pollution Causes Diabetes - The Atlantic

A massive study solidifies the link between particulates from cars and diabetes.

Health & Fitness | Health

Pictures: How Blood Sugar Levels Affect Your Body

High blood sugar can be a sign of diabetes or prediabetes. The drugs that treat it sometimes cause low blood sugar too. WebMD helps guide you through the effects of both.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Immunotherapy succeeds in thwarting Type-1 diabetes in study

A form of immunotherapy gaining ground in treating food allergies headed off development of full-blown diabetes

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Before You Spend $26,000 on Weight-Loss Surgery, Do This

Why don’t the medical guidelines reflect the evidence, and suggest a low-carb diet?

Health & Fitness | Health News

New study shows prediabetes is often ignored by primary care physicians

According to a study published three days ago in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, less than 25% of patients who met the criteria for prediabetes received lifestyle recommendations from their primary care physicians. This is a huge mis

Health & Fitness | Health and Nutrition

Some Typical Questions and Misconceptions on Fats and Oils - Weston A Price

Print - PDF - EmailThis column is dedicated to answering some of the questions on fats and oils that we receive. They are indicative of the many unfortunate misconceptions found in the popular literature, which lead to much confusion for the consumer. Que

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Is Sushi Healthier Than Ice Cream? Not Necessarily, Diabetes Researchers Say

Researchers at the Weizmann Institute show that blood sugar levels in response to foods are highly individual.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Peering into the World of Pears

Apples tend to come to mind first when we think of fall fruit, thanks to orchards offering “pick your own” days, and hot apple cider, spiced cider donuts and other warm apple treats gracing restaurant menus and curbside food trucks. But apples aren’

Food & Drink | Recipes and Food Related

The Lowdown on Glycemic Load

Glycemic load is a measurement of how many carbohydrates a food has and how it affects blood sugar. The lower the glycemic load, the better for your diet.

Health & Fitness | Health News

New study finds high prevalence of pre-diabetes and diabetes in the U.S.

According to a new study published in JAMA just three days ago, the increasing prevalence of diabetes may be leveling off. That being said, in 2011 through 2012, the estimated prevalence of diabetes among U.S. adults was 14% and the prevalence of pre-diab

Health & Fitness | Health News

You Don't Need To Go Low-Carb To Burn Body Fat, Study Says

Popular advice suggests a low-carb diet is necessary to trigger the body to shed fat. But a small, rigorous study finds low-fat diets also spark body-fat loss. The key: Choose a diet you'll stick to.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Researchers Discover Flower That Can Treat Diabetes

Israeli researchers are working to isolate an active ingredient found in the shrub sharp varthemia, which has been shown to lower blood sugar levels.

Health & Fitness | Health Articles

Gestational Diabetes May Impact Child's Autism Risk - MPR

In a study published in JAMA, intrauterine exposure to gestational diabetes by 26 weeks was linked to a risk of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Earlier

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Artificial Sweeteners May Disrupt Body's Blood Sugar Controls - NYTimes.com

New research in mice suggests artificial sweeteners may disrupt the ability to regulate blood sugar, causing changes in metabolism that can be a precursor to diabetes.