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World's first insulin pump helps 8-year-old Australian fight diabetes

Apr 15, 2015

World's first insulin pump helps 8-year-old Australian fight diabetes

Australian boy fitted with the world's first diabetic insulin pump that helps avoid hypoglycaemic attacks. #Australia #Health #Diabetes #Brisbane #Insulin punp
Arvind Kejriwal's health improves, insulin dosage comes down

Mar 09, 2015

Arvind Kejriwal's health improves, insulin dosage comes down

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's insulin dosage has been reduced, and his sugar level and cough has come down, a senior doctor treating him at the naturopathy institute in Bengaluru said on Monday. #India #NewsTracker #Health #Arvind Kejriwal #Insulin #Medical care #Aam Aadmi Party
New research links Alzheimer's to type 2 diabetes

Dec 01, 2013

New research links Alzheimer's to type 2 diabetes

The extra insulin produced by those with Type 2 diabetes also gets into the brain, disrupting its chemistry, which can lead to the formation of toxic clumps of amyloid proteins that poison brain cells, researchers said. #HowThisWorks #Health #Alzheimer's disease #Exercise #Insulin #Neuroscience #weight #Type 2 Diabetes
Biocon in conditional pact with Bristol-Myers for its oral insulin

Nov 16, 2012

Biocon in conditional pact with Bristol-Myers for its oral insulin

Biocon, India's top-listed biotechnology company, said it signed an agreement with Bristol-Myers Squibb under which the US drugmaker will have the option to get the worldwide licence to its oral insulin drug programme. #CorporateStrategy #Biocon #joint venture #Oral Insulin #Bristol Myers
Over 50 million in India suffer from diabetes

Nov 14, 2012

Over 50 million in India suffer from diabetes

There are now more people living with diabetes in Asia than elsewhere and India is among the list of top five countries with the most diabetes sufferers in 2009, organisers of World Diabetes Day have said quoting World Health Organisation (WHO) figures. #NewsTracker #World Health Organisation #Diabetes #Insulin
Men with low testosterone may be more prone to diabetes

May 07, 2012

Men with low testosterone may be more prone to diabetes

Researchers at Edinburgh University found that low levels of testosterone levels are linked to a resistance to insulin and might explain why older men are more prone to type 2 diabetes. #didyouknow #Diabetes #Testosterone #Insulin resistance #Edinburgh University
Pfizer scraps insulin deal with Biocon, stock tumbles

Mar 13, 2012

Pfizer scraps insulin deal with Biocon, stock tumbles

US drugmaker Pfizer said on Monday it has scrapped a deal to sell insulin products made by Biocon Ltd, in what is set to be a major blow for India's largest listed biotech firm. #India #NewsTracker #Biotechnology #Biocon #Pfizer #Insulin