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Cell Applications Introduces Cellular Disease Model for Type 2 Diabetes

Cell Applications Introduces Cellular Disease Model for Type 2 Diabetes

Reporter: Evelina B. Cohn, PhD

Press release on December 11, 2015

Cell Application Inc. Company announces on December 11, 2015 the design of human cellular disease model for Type 2 Diabetes. 98 kata lagi

Diabetes Mellitus

Med Surg: Class 4:

Diabetes Mellitus

Class 4

Insulin vs. Glucagon, GH, epinephrine, cortisol

Glucagon – turns glycogen and fat into fuel

insulin – moving glucose and nutrients into cells… 771 kata lagi

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Mantra of a Happy Lifestyle

As today we all live a busy and hectic life which affects our living but our body too. As because of busy schedule a person couldn’t be able to find time for himself which is really a major issue. 248 kata lagi

Ketogenic Lifestyle Rule #2: Life Begins at the Edge of Your Comfort Zone

We have been taught for over 50 years that the minimum carbohydrate intake necessary to maintain health is 130 grams per day, with the average diet of 2000 calories per day containing around 300 grams per day based on 1977 recommendations that 55-60% of are dietary intake should come from carbohydrates.   778 kata lagi

Ketogenic Diet

Diabetes is one with which you can live!!!

    The type 2 diabetes mellitus is increasing rapidly all-round the globe. Unhealthy lifestyles, diet problems, low physical activity rates are the reasons that you can bet on if you are one of many victims of the disease. 594 kata lagi

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Breakthrough Research on Encapsulated pancreatic cells offer possible new diabetes treatment.

Breakthrough Research on Encapsulated pancreatic cells offer possible new diabetes treatment.

Reporter: Eveline B. Cohn, PhD

No more insulin injections?

Encapsulated pancreatic cells offer possible new diabetes treatment. 1.169 kata lagi

Cell Biology, Signaling & Cell Circuits

Current management of diabetes mellitus and future directions in care

The last 90 years have seen considerable advances in the management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Prof MacLean of Guy’s Hospital wrote in the  133 kata lagi

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