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Uncontrolled diabetes tied to poorer brain power

Uncontrolled diabetes tied to poorer brain power

Diabetics with high blood sugar levels score worse on tests of brain power later in life than those whose levels are under control, according to a new U.S. study.

The findings suggest that people who control their blood sugar or glucose levels early in life may also protect their brain's health, but the topic needs further study, the researchers write in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Clinical Trial Finds Nanotube Sensor Can Monitor Cancer or Diabetes

Clinical Trial Finds Nanotube Sensor Can Monitor Cancer or Diabetes

Nanotechnology in Medicine

Most everybody knows about a litmus test, strips of paper impregnated with dyes that turn red in the presence of acid and blue if there is a base (alkaline). It’s a kind of chemical sensor. There are many kinds of chemicals that can similarly act like a sensor, detecting the presence of other chemicals...

Erectile Dysfunction – NSAIDs Linked to Decline in Men’s Sexual Performance

Erectile Dysfunction – NSAIDs Linked to Decline in Men’s Sexual Performance

A new study released in The Journal of Urology suggests that daily usage of NSAIDs, common over the counter pain medications, such as Ibuprofen, is associated with an increased risk of developing erectile dysfunction (ED)...

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