Submitted by email@example.com on Fri, 01/17/2014 - 11:18
It uses a "tiny" wireless chip and a "miniaturised" glucose sensor embedded between two layers of lens material. The firm said it is also working on integrating tiny LED lights that could light up to indicate that glucose levels have crossed certain thresholds.
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Wed, 01/15/2014 - 09:57
At the close of each year, we like to tap the top diabetes advocacy organizations to share what they feel they’ve accomplished, and what kinds of plans / goals / strategies they have in mind for the new year ahead.
Submitted by mariehelene.cha... on Mon, 01/06/2014 - 00:00
The treatment of diabetes could be transformed by using nanotechnology to create a 'smart delivery' system that regulates glucose levels from within the body – effectively replicating the work of the pancreatic cells that produce insulin.
Nanomedicine is booming. And where better to focus research efforts than on a disease that affects the lives of more than 350 million people around the world – nearly 4 million in the UK alone – and which is on the increase: diabetes.
Submitted by mariehelene.cha... on Mon, 12/16/2013 - 00:00
It's Christmas ... time for a huge meal with all the trimmings. Desserts by the table load?
But do you really want all that food ?
It could be what you eat now .. your eating habits could be your health habit in later years - diabetes.
From the banks of the Tamar River (in Launceston Tasmania), Sir Michael took a call from Belinda King.