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Feb 08, 2019
Scientists create a pea-sized pill that may replace traditional insulinThe pea-sized pills that can inject insulin are made of stainless steel and a biodegradable material
Oct 31, 2017
Scientists have developed smart artificial cells that can automatically release insulin and manage diabetesScientists have developed smart artificial cells that could help manage diabetes without painful and frequent injections.
May 06, 2016
Combination of insulin, diabetes pill can cut mortality risk, finds new studyInsulin when taken in conjunction with metformin has the potential to reduce mortality risk and heart attacks in people with Type 2 diabetes
Apr 06, 2016
On eve of World Health Day, WHO claims number of adults with diabetes has quadrupled since 1980To curb the intensifying burden of diabetes, huge efforts were needed to change "eating and physical activity habits," WHO said.
Jan 11, 2016
Smartphones to turn into pancreas, treat Type 1 diabetesUS researchers have developed a system that treats Type 1 diabetes automatically and effortlessly -- with the help of a smartphone -- ditching constant finger pricks and manual insulin injections.
Mar 09, 2015
Arvind Kejriwal's health improves, insulin dosage comes downDelhi 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.
Aug 07, 2014
Lupin inks 5-year-pact with LG Life to launch diabetes drug in IndiaAs per the strategic distribution pact inked between the two companies, Mumbai-based Lupin will launch LG Life Sciences' Insulin Glargine, a novel insulin analogue, under the brand name BasugineTM.
May 13, 2014
Scientists make another breakthrough in finding cure for diabetesArray
Dec 01, 2013
New research links Alzheimer's to type 2 diabetesThe 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.
Nov 14, 2012
Over 50 million in India suffer from diabetesThere 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.