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08/12/2016 - Metabolism gene origins unveiled
Swedish scientists have unveiled new findings about a gene thought to play a key role in human metabolism. More

29/11/2016 - Gut bacterium becomes obesity treatment
Belgian researchers have begun clinical trials using pasteurised bacteria as a treatment for diabetes and obesity, it was announced last night. More

22/11/2016 - Amino acid link to diabetes
Genetic differences in amino acid metabolism are linked to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, British researchers have reported. More

18/11/2016 - Giant genetic leap for Europe
European researchers have revealed the findings of a major project that set out to investigate links between blood cell development and a range of disease. More

17/11/2016 - Fat tissue link to insulin resistance
Researchers have discovered that a central element in the development of insulin resistance is a failure in the body's ability to store excess fat safely. More

14/11/2016 - Education courses key to diabetes care - World Day campaign
Campaigners have called for patients with diabetes to take part in "life-saving" education courses. More

07/11/2016 - B12 deficiency link to diabetes risk
Pregnant women who eat a diet deficient in vitamin B12 - found largely in dairy products - may increase the risk of their children developing type 2 diabetes, a conference will be told today. More

03/10/2016 - NHS needs to tackle diabetes risk - review
The NHS is failing to identify patients at high risk of type 2 diabetes early enough, according to a review by the Care Quality Commission. More

14/09/2016 - Steroid abuse risks diabetes precursor
Abuse of anabolic steroids can raise the risk of impaired insulin sensitivity, a European conference has been told. More

25/08/2016 - Diabetes drug could benefit autistic children
A new study suggests that the diabetes drug metformin hydrochloride may help prevent weight gain in autistic children on atypical antipsychotics. More

19/08/2016 - Metformin may be cardiovascular treatment - study
The diabetes drug metformin could be used to treat cardiovascular disease in non-diabetes patients, researchers say today. More

04/08/2016 - Cholesterol-diabetes link examined
People with naturally low levels of cholesterol may face an increased risk of diabetes, researchers say today. More

03/08/2016 - Obesity linked to diabetes rather than CV disease
Lifestyle interventions to tackle obesity may be most effective at reducing the risk of diabetes, according to research on twins. More

29/07/2016 - Diabetes incidence "stabilising"
The growing number of patients with diabetes 2 is mostly the result of improved survival, according to a new Scottish study. More

19/07/2016 - Warning on hypoglycaemia admissions
Hospitals have had to admit growing numbers of patients for hypoglycaemia in the last decade, according to a new study. More

18/07/2016 - Global stroke risk factors analysed
Ten risk factors are responsible for 90% of all strokes, according to the findings of a major international study. More

15/07/2016 - Autoimmune disorder offers type 1 diabetes clue
People with a rare autoimmune disorder may hold the key to a new treatment for type 1 diabetes, British researchers reported yesterday. More

12/07/2016 - Type 2 diabetes genetics unveiled
The extent of the genetics underlying type 2 diabetes has been uncovered in the largest global study of its kind, it was announced last night. More

01/07/2016 - Artificial pancreas hope
The artificial pancreas should be available for patients with diabetes within two years, according to experts. More

27/06/2016 - Major new diabetes gene project
A major genetic analysis is to be conducted on a European population to identify causes of diabetes, it has been announced. More

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