Insulin cells under skin could save diabetics from jabs

Scientists have created artificial cells that act as sugar sensorsand insulin producers, an advance that may spell an end to painful needle jabs to monitor blood glucose levels, making the everyday life of diabetics easier. Researchers have used the simplest approach yet to produce artificial beta cells from human kidney cells. The therapy involves a capsule of genetically engineered cells implanted under the skin that automatically release insulin as required. Diabetic mice that were treated with the cells were found to have normal blood sugar levels for several weeks. Previous…

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The Ultimate Guide to Gym Memberships: 7 Ways You Can Save Money

An estimated £3 billion is spent by British gym-goers annually to get into shape and it is a similar case in other countries as well. A large chunk of it goes into buying nutrition books, fitness DVDs, equipment and of course, gym clothing. The budget hits the roof in no time and when it comes to expensive gym membership, one only begins to cringe. Self-training or regular outdoor runs will always remain the best and most inexpensive ways to stay fit. However, for people with absolutely no history in fitness…

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The Ultimate Guide to Gym Memberships: 7 Ways You Can Save Money

An estimated £3 billion is spent by British gym-goers annually to get into shape and it is a similar case in other countries as well. A large chunk of it goes into buying nutrition books, fitness DVDs, equipment and of course, gym clothing. The budget hits the roof in no time and when it comes to expensive gym membership, one only begins to cringe.Self-training or regular outdoor runs will always remain the best and most inexpensive ways to stay fit. However, for people with absolutely no history in fitness and…

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