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Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism—the way the body uses digested food for growth and energy. Most of the food people eat is broken down into glucose, the form of sugar in the blood. Glucose is the main source of fuel for the body.
Newly developed transplantable human cells can help cure type 1 diabetes

Newly developed transplantable human cells can help cure type 1 diabetes

Study sheds light on inner workings of the human heart

Study sheds light on inner workings of the human heart

Greater gut microbial diversity in kidney cancer patients linked to better treatment outcomes

Greater gut microbial diversity in kidney cancer patients linked to better treatment outcomes

Researchers identify key protein involved in age-related disorders

Researchers identify key protein involved in age-related disorders

Elevated levels of heart failure marker increase risk for diabetes-related complications

Elevated levels of heart failure marker increase risk for diabetes-related complications

Study shows how high-protein diet protects against fatty liver

Study shows how high-protein diet protects against fatty liver

Increased fructose intake during pregnancy can alter offspring's metabolism

Increased fructose intake during pregnancy can alter offspring's metabolism

Researchers develop new drugs to eradicate parasitic worms

Researchers develop new drugs to eradicate parasitic worms

TB vaccine research could benefit older people with type 2 diabetes

TB vaccine research could benefit older people with type 2 diabetes

Simple blood test is useful in screening youth for prediabetes and diabetes

Simple blood test is useful in screening youth for prediabetes and diabetes

Many consumers are confused by whole grain labels on food packaging

Many consumers are confused by whole grain labels on food packaging

Metabolic "switch" may offer clues to increased risk of glucose intolerance in post-menopausal women

Metabolic "switch" may offer clues to increased risk of glucose intolerance in post-menopausal women

Researchers identify receptor responsible for activating energy-burning property of brown fat

Researchers identify receptor responsible for activating energy-burning property of brown fat

Study may help identify women at risk of developing type 2 diabetes after pregnancy

Study may help identify women at risk of developing type 2 diabetes after pregnancy

Newly discovered biomarkers predict response to immunotherapy in Type 1 diabetes

Newly discovered biomarkers predict response to immunotherapy in Type 1 diabetes

How sweet-taste perception changes with age

How sweet-taste perception changes with age

Old part of immune system may influence severity of COVID-19

Old part of immune system may influence severity of COVID-19

Genetic analysis helps determine causal relationships between diabetes, obesity and NAFLD

Genetic analysis helps determine causal relationships between diabetes, obesity and NAFLD

Researchers show efficacy of phage cocktail therapy on wound infections

Researchers show efficacy of phage cocktail therapy on wound infections

Human genome may explain the neonatal origins of immune and inflammatory diseases

Human genome may explain the neonatal origins of immune and inflammatory diseases

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