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The importance of gut microbiome for Type 1 diabetes risk

A new study has highlighted that children with a high risk of type 1 diabetes have a different gut microbiome to children at low...

Wearable sweat sensors can detect what is in your blood

Needles could be a thing of the past with the development of new sweat sensors that can tell what is in our blood. Medical technology...
Smart bandages to change the way we treat non-healing wounds

Could bandages be going digital? Monitor dressing and electric pulses to revolutionise wound treatment

The University of Nottingham has received funding to start the process of creating a disposable smart bandage that uses fibre optic sensors to monitor...
T-cells can wreak havoc in those with autoimmune disorders – Could research change this?

T-cells can wreak havoc in those with autoimmune disorders – Could research change this?

Immunologists from The University of Texas, using a new imaging technique, may have discovered a way T-cells could be manipulated to combat autoimmune disorders. For...
Find out how cells that produce insulin could change the function in diabetes

Find out how cells that produce insulin could change the function in diabetes

A new study using only materials derived from humans has revealed that cells that produce insulin can change their function in diabetes - and...
Liva: Lifestyle change made easy for people with type 2 diabetes

Liva: Lifestyle change made easy for people with type 2 diabetes

An innovative new coaching app is taking on the fight against type 2 diabetes in the UK. Dr Roger Henderson, Medical Director of Liva...
Did you know that maternal gestational diabetes is linked to diabetes in children?

Did you know that maternal gestational diabetes is linked to diabetes in children?

According to research published in CMAJ, diabetes in children is more likely to occur if the mother of the child experienced maternal gestational diabetes. Early...
The SCUBY project and the world of hypertension

The SCUBY project and the world of hypertension

Discover the SCUBY project, the mission of scaling up integrated care for diabetes and hypertension in Cambodia, Slovenia and Belgium. The University of Antwerp’s Josefien...
Diabetes prevention can be achieved by healthy lifestyle interventions

Diabetes Prevention Programme exceeds expectations for patients with type 2

Patients on the NHS Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Programme have between them lost close to 60,000kg, according to new figures. In total, the 17,000 people...
The artificial pancreas: taking a closer look at type 1 diabetes

The artificial pancreas: taking a closer look at type 1 diabetes

JDRF UK chief executive Karen Addington charts progress towards the artificial pancreas, a potentially life-changing technology for people with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes treatments have...
Learn about the dedicated effort to make detailed food labelling a reality

Learn about the dedicated effort to make detailed food labelling a reality

Diabetes UK’s Bruce Warwick introduces the Food Upfront campaign, a dedicated effort to make detailed food labelling a reality for the British public. The Diabetes...
Systems medicine to RESOLVE metabolic syndrome

Systems medicine to RESOLVE metabolic syndrome

Eating differently and exercising more is the general advice for metabolic syndrome, but this may not be the whole story. About a quarter of all...

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