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  1. All over the world, the number of people with diabetes continues to be on the rise since the 1980s, with 422 million people diagnosed by 2014. The United States alone has experienced a considerable rise in the incidence of diabetes, with the number of Americans diagnosed increasing from 5.5 million in 1980, to approximately 22 million in 2014—an increase of about 400 percent in less than forty years. In the UK, in 2016, the number of people living with diabetes in crossed the 4 million mark – an increase of 65 per cent in 10 years. .... .... Source: Drug Watch .... .... Now, a team of researchers from the University of California, San Diego, led by Dr. Stephanie Stanford is proposing a remedy in the form of a single pill that aims to bring back insulin sensitivity in diabetic patients. Until recently, drugs were unable to revive the insulin signaling function in diabetic patients. The drug created by Stanford’s team, however, hopes to reinstating this function. Readmore: A New Drug Could Completely Cure Type 2 Diabetes Not familiar with the rules. I didn't post the whole article, hence gave the source. The original paper was published in nature.com
  2. Today, I learned about this forum. and now I can say bye bye to my work, as I have a LOT of reading to do now Loving the jokes section! On a related note: Today, I learned that a beach in Russia is covered in "sea glass," small, polished, colorful pieces of glass that formed from garbage dumped into the ocean. The beach is so beautiful, it has become a tourist destination. Source: http://acsh.org/news/2017/02/02/russias-beautiful-garbage-beach-10818
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