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How Covid-19 has affected investment in life science startups

After years of sustained economic growth, the Covid-19 pandemic suddenly has unleashed an economic catastrophe, with unemployment in the U.S. now reaching levels...

Blood Test can Predict Diabetes Years Before it Strikes

"There is a metabolic dysregulation that occurs in the group of women that will go on to develop type 2 diabetes that is...

Type 2 Diabetes Reduces Cognitive Performance After A Stroke

Previous research by Sachdev and colleagues found that stroke patients with a history of Type 2 diabetes have worse cognitive function compared to...

Signs Of Glaucoma Progression Leading To Blindness Spotted By AI

Glaucoma, the leading global cause of irreversible blindness, affects over 60 million people, which is predicted to double by 2040 as the global...

Heart Attack, Stroke Risk Downs Among Diabetics: Study

"Our study found that the rate of cardiovascular complications among individuals with diabetes has declined over the past two decades," said senior author...

Sarcopenia Increases Diabetes Risk

In older adults, who have sarcopenia (age-related muscle loss), because of their lower lean body mass are more prone to developing diabetes, stated...

Potential Treatment for Early Type 2 Diabetic Retinopathy: Study

"Inflammation causes neurodegeneration as well as microvascular abnormalities in the retina," explained lead investigator Jin A. Choi, Ph.D., Department of Ophthalmology and Visual...

New Non-invasive Way of Monitoring Diabetes: Study

Lab tests of the saliva process had an accuracy rate of 95.2%. The research shows promising results for monitoring diabetes, which affects an...

New Treatment Options More Likely to Benefit People Type 2 Diabetes,...

"Recent scientific studies have shown that people with T2D may need more aggressive or different medical and surgical treatments compared to people with...

Grip Strength Evaluation can Identify Early Diabetes

"As the type 2 diabetes patient population continues to increase in the United States, diagnosing this disease in its early stages is becoming...

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