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Engineered bacteria detect cancer and diabetes in urine
Science /AAAS
This week, two groups of synthetic biologists seeking to repurpose living microbes for human benefit report genetically modifying bacteria to detect cancer in mice and diabetes in humans. Clinicians have sought to exploit microbes for more than a century.
Talented bacteria detect cancer, diabetesLos Angeles Times
GM Bacteria 'Bioensors' Could Remotely Detect Cancer Tumors, Diabetes: StudiesYibada (English Edition)
GM bacteria 'sensors' could detect cancer, diabetesRT
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'3D printing' used to test a 'cure' for type-1 diabetes
Engadget
Researchers are one step closer to reducing the effects of type-1 diabetes after developing a way to implant insulin-generating cells into the pancreas. According to publisher IOP, this method was previously unsuccessful, but has begun to work now that …

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Glucose-Sensing Contacts and More Brilliant Diabetes Tech
Wired
For many of these diabetics, it's a medical version of Goldilocks that entails four or more blood-test finger pricks a day and a jab in the thigh with a needle full of insulin at mealtimes. It's a drag and I should know—I was diagnosed as a type 1

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Daily Mail
More Evidence That High-Fiber Diet May Curb Type 2 Diabetes Risk – WebMD
WebMD
Those with the highest amount of fiber in their diet (more than 26 grams a day) were 18 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those with the lowest fiber intake (less than 19 grams a day), even after Aune's team accounted for other
Porridge and high fibre for breakfast cuts the risk of diabetes by nearly a fifthDaily Mail
Add More Fiber To Your Diet To Lower Risk Of Diabetes, High Cholesterol, And Medical Daily
How a high-fibre, vegetable-rich diet slashes your risk of diabetesExpress.co.uk

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Wall Street Journal
Diabetes May Be a Risk Factor for Developing Alzheimer's, Studies Find
Wall Street Journal
Two recent studies show blood-sugar levels can affect the brain—-adding new evidence that diabetes might be a significant risk factor for developing Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis
Diabetes Raises Alzheimer's Risk: ResearchersNewsmax
Diabetes Speeds up Progression of Alzheimer's Disease by up to 40 PercentHeadlines & Global News
Studies show that diabetes could be a risk for developing Alzheimer's diseaseScience Recorder
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Vegan Diet Eases Nerve Pain of Diabetes
Live Science
For people with diabetes, switching to a plant-based diet may ease the searing nerve pain that can come with the condition, and perhaps reduce their risk of losing a limb, a small pilot study has found. More than half of adults with Type 2 diabetes may

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Dr. Roach: Control of diabetes, kidney disease related
The Detroit News
I have had Type 2 diabetes but haven't needed medicine since I lost about 40 pounds after my knee surgery, and I have kept it off. My cardiologist says the damage was done to my kidneys when I had the diabetes and is going to stay. I had sonograms of

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Statins Linked to Diabetes and Complications in Healthy Adults
Medscape
Statin use for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease among healthy adults has been linked to an increased risk for diabetes, diabetes complications, and overweight/obesity in a new retrospective cohort study that tracked individuals in a
Statins Reduce Liver Cancer RiskTargeted Oncology

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Gastric bypass helps treat diabetes, but has risks
Business Insider
(Reuters Health) – Two years after surgery, people who have had gastric bypass have better control of their type 2 diabetes than people who did not, but also had higher risk of infections and bone fractures, according to a new international study.

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Gastric bypass helps treat diabetes, but has risks
Reuters
(Reuters Health) – Two years after surgery, people who have had gastric bypass have better control of their type 2 diabetes than people who did not, but also had higher risk of infections and bone fractures, according to a new international study.

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