chemical diabetes

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n chemical diabetes a mild form of diabetes mellitus in which there are no overt symptoms but there are abnormal responses to some diagnostic procedures
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Usage


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Further research could possibly lead to new therapies for Type 2 diabetes that address autoimmunity , or to prevention efforts if environmental triggers of autoimmunity — such as chemicals or pollution — can be linked to diabetes.
Researchers have discovered a chemical that could be used to develop completely new drugs to treat metabolic disorders like type 2 diabetes – a condition affecting 25 million people in the United States.
Chemical that regulates biological clock could foster new diabetes treatments.
Nicotine appears to be the main culprit responsible for high blood sugar levels in smokers with diabetes, according to new research presented here at the annual meeting of the American Chemical Society.
The red-wine chemical resveratrol has the potential to fight diabetes, cancer, heart disease and dementia, according to a flurry of studies in the past decade.
Chemicals in nail polish, hair spray may increase diabetes risk.
A group of chemicals found in personal care products may raise the risk of diabetes, a new study suggests.
Women in the study with highest concentrations of these chemicals, called phthalates, in their bodies were more likely to have diabetes than women with lowest concentrations, the researchers said.
You've probably heard of bisphenol-A, or BPA -- it's the industrial chemical found in clear, sturdy plastics and PVC, and it's been linked to higher risks of cancer, heart disease, obesity and diabetes.
(CBS News) Chemicals commonly found in beauty products such as nail polish es, hair sprays and perfumes may increase risk of diabetes for some women, new research suggests.
Phthalate chemicals in nail polish , hair sprays tied to raised diabetes risk in women.
Chemicals in nail polish , hair spray may increase diabetes risk.
According to a new study from WebMD, chemicals found in red wine may defend against obesity and diseases caused by obesity such as type 2 diabetes.
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