Diabulimia is a new term used to describe an eating disorder that's beginning to victimize type I diabetics.
Darren Rowse posted an interesting question: "What matters most to you as a blogger".
Don't you just love it when evidence emerges challenging unprovable religious preconceptions espoused by the Pope, the Roman Catholic Church, hardline Islamists, not to mention beloved President George Bush and his own fundamentalist Christian supporters.
Speedel announced today the start of its Phase III study for SPP301, its once-a-day oral endothelin A receptor antagonist (ERA) in the indication of diabetic nephropathy (diabetic kidney disease).
We have forked of our coverage of Stem Cell Research news and views in our recently launched The Stem Cell Blog.
- Consolidated Health News for the week ending June 12, 2005
- Rep. Senator Diana DeGette supports stem-cell research; Shouldn’t you too?
- Korean Study Demonstrates Feasibility of Efficiently Harvesting Genetically Identical Stem Cells from Egg Donors
- Research discovers response to beta-blocker therapy genetically pre-determined - must read if you are on beta-blocker therapy
- Keryx announces positive interim results for mid stage trial drug for diabetic nephropathy treatment
- Research (animal study) indicates cranberries are good for heart too
- New study gains significantly better understanding of antibiotic resistance, leading to new antibiotics development
- New test of biomarkers for diagnosing and treatment of organ transplant rejections
- Russian clinics and beauty salons peddling stem cell therapy
- Three stem cell clones developed from existing cells in Australia
- Stem Cells cultivated from Hair Follicles can transform into Neurons
- Biocavity laser is now used to study stem cell functions