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Complications of Type 2 Diabetes in Young People

[01/06/2007] The increasing prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus and its associated complications in young people mean better approaches and management of both are urgently needed.Complications of Type 2 Diabetes in Young People - Read more

The Sound of Proteins

[18/05/2007] Biologists have converted protein sequences into classical music in an attempt to help vision-impaired scientists and boost the popularity of genomic biology. The Sound of Proteins - Read more

State Medicaid Rankings

[11/05/2007] People with intellectual and developmental disabilities being served by Medicaid are not getting the community-based supports they need in every US state. State Medicaid Rankings - Read more

Eye Implants in Cats to Help Humans See

[10/01/2007] Missouri, USA. In "Star Trek: The Next Generation," Geordi La Forge is a blind character who can see through the assistance of special implants in his eyes. While the Star Trek character "lives" in the 24th century, people living in the 21st century may not have to wait that long for the illuminating technology. Eye Implants in Cats to Help Humans See - Read more

Cell Therapy in Diabetes

[27/11/2006] The European JDRF Center for Beta Cell Therapy in Diabetes reports its results on cell transplantation in 22 patients with type 1 diabetes. These patients had a history of failing insulin production.Cell Therapy in Diabetes - Read more

Assisted living facilities

[06/11/2006] Illinois/USA. Over the last 20 years, a housing industry has sprung up to handle elderly citizens who cannot live independently but do not require around-the-clock nursing. Assisted living facilities - Read more

Court Decision Addressing the Americans with Disabilities Act

[18/01/2006] Tony Goodman sued the state Georgia for forcing him to live in an inaccessible cell. United Cerebral Palsy, a nation's leading organisation advocating for Americans with disabilities, joined other disability advocates in filing an amicus brief supporting the inmate. Court Decision Addressing the Americans with Disabilities Act - Read more

Small Amounts of Alcohol Reduces Risk of Obesity

[05/12/2005] People who drink small amounts of alcohol regularly are less likely to be obese than people who do not drink at all. A study shows that consuming no more than a drink or two a few times a week reduces the risk of being obese. Small Amounts of Alcohol Reduces Risk of Obesity - Read more

Long Working Hours Boost Risk of Illness and Injury

[22/08/2005] The long working hours culture drives up the risk of injury and illness, reveals a study. And the risk has nothing to do with how hazardous the job is.Long Working Hours Boost Risk of Illness and Injury - Read more

USA Win World Junior Wheelchair Basketball Champs

[19/08/2005] USA defeated Japan to take gold at the World Junior Wheelchair Basketball Championships at the NIA in Birmingham.USA Win World Junior Wheelchair Basketball Champs - Read more

 
 

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