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Study produces most detailed picture to date of genetics underlying type 2 diabetes

Study produces most detailed picture to date of genetics underlying type 2 diabetes

The largest study of its kind into type 2 diabetes has produced the most detailed picture to date of the genetics underlying the condition. [More]
Review highlights importance of developing effective public health strategies to prevent, treat sarcopenic obesity

Review highlights importance of developing effective public health strategies to prevent, treat sarcopenic obesity

Future Science Group today announced the publication of a new article in Future Science OA synthesizing current data on sarcopenic obesity, and looking to highlight the need for public health strategies for prevention and treatment. [More]
Fat cells could help determine most effective way to combat breast cancer

Fat cells could help determine most effective way to combat breast cancer

New research led by York University Professor Michael Connor highlights how fat cells could help determine the most effective way to fight breast cancer; including using exercise to combat the disease. [More]
Study reveals muscle activity of non-responders to diabetes interventions

Study reveals muscle activity of non-responders to diabetes interventions

It is widely accepted that physical exercise lowers the risk of developing diabetes. Yet in one in five participants in related studies this positive effect fails to materialize. [More]
Noninvasive computer-based neurotechnology helps improve concussion symptoms in athletes

Noninvasive computer-based neurotechnology helps improve concussion symptoms in athletes

Brain State Technologies announces that a series of young athletes with long-term symptoms after concussion showed a variety of lasting improvements, after using HIRREM neurotechnology. [More]
Orthopedic sports medicine specialist suggests few things that can be done to prevent knee problems

Orthopedic sports medicine specialist suggests few things that can be done to prevent knee problems

Joint aches and pains are among the most common complaints doctors hear. When it comes to the knees in particular, there are a few things you can do to prevent problems. [More]
Medical weight-loss programs help people develop healthier lifestyle habits

Medical weight-loss programs help people develop healthier lifestyle habits

Because Valerie Prim grew up in a large Italian family, food has always been an important part of her life. [More]
Losing weight can lower levels of some proteins linked to tumor growth

Losing weight can lower levels of some proteins linked to tumor growth

Overweight and obese women who lost weight through diet and exercise lowered the levels of certain proteins in their blood that play a role in angiogenesis, the process of blood vessel growth that can promote the growth and survival of cancer cells [More]
New research highlights how fat cells could help find most effective way to combat breast cancer

New research highlights how fat cells could help find most effective way to combat breast cancer

New research led by York University Professor Michael Connor highlights how fat cells could help determine the most effective way to fight breast cancer; including using exercise to combat the disease. [More]
Researchers identify PKD1 protein as potential cause for impaired insulin signaling in diabetics

Researchers identify PKD1 protein as potential cause for impaired insulin signaling in diabetics

Medication can help trigger the enzyme that kick starts insulin production in the body, but the drugs don't always work for those who are obese or diabetic, and most need to regulate their glucose and insulin levels. That's why a recent discovery made by Rudy Valentine and a team of researchers holds so much promise. [More]
New easy-to-use method may help people estimate food portions using their hands

New easy-to-use method may help people estimate food portions using their hands

Researchers from the University of Sydney's Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise & Eating Disorders have developed a portable and easy-to-use method to help people estimate portion size using only their hands. [More]
Type 2 diabetes diagnosis may increase immediate risk of developing cancer

Type 2 diabetes diagnosis may increase immediate risk of developing cancer

A new study indicates that individuals with diabetes may have an elevated risk of developing cancer before and immediately after a diabetes diagnosis. Published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the findings point to the need for a better understanding of the link between diabetes and cancer. [More]
Negative illness perceptions influence coping and health outcomes in CKD patients

Negative illness perceptions influence coping and health outcomes in CKD patients

Research involving the University of Leicester has shown people who have chronic kidney disease (CKD) form pre-conceived beliefs about their illness which can impact their health. [More]
Aerobic exercise training reestablishes cardiac protein quality control system in heart failure rats

Aerobic exercise training reestablishes cardiac protein quality control system in heart failure rats

Aerobic exercise training restored the cardiac protein quality control system in rats showed a study recently published in Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine. [More]
Electrically-powered bicycles can improve fitness levels and cardiovascular health of riders

Electrically-powered bicycles can improve fitness levels and cardiovascular health of riders

A new University of Colorado Boulder study shows that using an electrically-powered bicycle on a regular basis can provide riders with an effective workout while improving some aspects of cardiovascular health, especially for riders who previously had been sedentary. [More]
Moderate to vigorous physical activity linked to improved memory in breast cancer survivors

Moderate to vigorous physical activity linked to improved memory in breast cancer survivors

Moderate-to-vigorous physical activity is related to improved subjective memory in breast cancer survivors, who often complain about memory problems, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study. [More]
Study suggests final fusion surgery in children with early-onset scoliosis can be eliminated

Study suggests final fusion surgery in children with early-onset scoliosis can be eliminated

In a look-back study of medical records, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine concluded that a major operation to fuse the spines of children with a rare form of severe, early-onset scoliosis can be eliminated in many cases. [More]
UCI researchers use new imaging method to measure fat metabolism

UCI researchers use new imaging method to measure fat metabolism

A team from the University of California, Irvine and supported by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering has used a new imaging technique to measure how people break down dietary fat into products the cells of their bodies can use. [More]
Pediatric health educator provides tips for protecting children from heat stroke

Pediatric health educator provides tips for protecting children from heat stroke

Hot temperatures and high humidity can put nearly anyone at risk for dehydration and heat stroke, but children are especially vulnerable. [More]
Study shows twice daily exercise intervention improves bone strength in VLBW pre-term infants

Study shows twice daily exercise intervention improves bone strength in VLBW pre-term infants

Because of their low weight and premature birth, very low birth weight (VLBW) pre-term infants have lower bone mineral mass and a greater need for bone nutrients compared to most new-born infants. [More]
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