Type II Diabetic Treatment About to Change?


The 14-shot weekly dosage currently required by type II diabetics may be about to change according to a Toronto based researcher.  The new class of drug is a long-acting mimic of a naturally occurring hormone.  In a study to be published in Lancet, 75% of patients in the clinical trial managed to get their diabetes under control with once a week injections.  Fewer side effects and some actual benefits were seen.

You can read the full story in the Toronto New.Net


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Andy writes for a number of health related sites but has always been fascinated by alternative medicine and home remedies. His deep interests in nature and the body's innate ability to heal itself (given the right condition) have lead him to a pivotal time in his life - and so, Holistic Home Fitness was born. While it's relatively new at the moment, Andy wants to build this site into a huge reference site for a more holistic approach to health and fitness.