Heart disease can be prevented in Type 1 diabetes by using the drug metformin, which is used in Type 2 diabetes. The underlying mechanism involves the modulation of the levels of microRNAs by metformin treatment.
New study discovers the link between refined dietary fiber, gut bacteria, and liver cancer. Adding highly refined fiber to processed foods may have negative impacts on human health, such as developing liver cancer, reveals a new study.
New study sheds light on how diabetes causes heart failure. Methylglyoxal (MG) is a glycolysis byproduct which is accelerated under diabetic conditions, modifies the cardiac myofilament more in diabetic heart failure patients.
The length of interrupted breathing in sleep apnea patients may be a better predictor of death risk. Men and women who have short apneas and hypopneas during sleep are at a higher risk of dying, reveals a new study.